The Mudi

The Hungarian Mudi

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Alert, active, and intelligent, the Mudi (pronounced “moody”) is a highly trainable dog capable of performing just about any task well, including  hunting, watchdog duties, performing in agility competitions and obedience contests,  search and rescue missions,  and more! Also known as the Hungarian Mudi, this breed originated in Hungary where it was used for its natural instincts to herd large flocks of sheep.

Common Traits

Eye Color: Brown

Coat Color: Black, White, Brown, Fawn, Gray, Marbled

Coat Length: Medium-Long

Coat Density: Dense

Coat Texture: Wavy/Curly

Average Size

Height: 14-20 Inches

Weight: 18-29 Pounds


Mudis are eager to please and full of enthusiasm, characteristics that combine well with their high intelligence and alertness to make a well-rounded four-legged friend. They are also easily trained and make excellent watchdogs. Mudis can make a great family pet if properly trained.

Activity Needs

Activity Level: High

Weekly Walk Mileage: Varies

Activity Per Day: 60-90 Minutes


Maintenance Tools: Pin Brush, Comb, Nail Clippers

Brushing Frequency: Weekly