Pumi Puppies



May 28, 2017

 Farewell Catskill Pumi F- litter

A last good bye before Fatyol Felho leaves his Catskill family

A last good bye before Fatyol Felho leaves his Catskill family

The pups of our F-litter have moved to their new home this weekend, to destinations in Florida New York, Massachusetts and Ohio. The last day with the visitors went fast while playing with the pups, sharing food and stories. Thankfully the weather was collaborating.

We are thankful for Marika and Paul Foreman and Martha and Bob Fisher to stop by and help this joyous event to be as smooth as possible.

As the pups have moved to their new homes and paved the road to build new friendships and Pumi camaraderie, our Catskill family has grown bigger. When we search for the best homes for our Catskill Pumi puppies, we also build relationships that offers reciprocal growth and learning opportunities for the new owners and us the breeders. Once the pups leave us, the proverbial umbilical cord is not cut, rather our connection gets stronger.

Maria, JoAnn, Nanci,  Cathrine and Dana, Jane and Mark, Lisa and Barry, thank you for opening your homes for our pups raising them to be warriors and happy members of your family. We hope to hear from each of you often!

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Health certificates and titles are available upon request
All inquiries to info@catskillpumi.com


The Pumi is not for everyone!  It is a terrier type, highly intelligent herding breed with an off-switch. The Pumi is  easily trainable, however, he needs daily off leash physical exercise and mental stimulation. The Pumi does not take raincheck easily.  He is certainly not a backyard dog to be left alone.  Although, he might appear to be tough and invincible from the outside, he can be a fragile and delicate soul. A Pumi wants to be a partner,  a family member and not only a mere object or just a meaningless ignored “pet.” The Pumi thrives the most in active families.

The Pumi excels in most dog sports and trials. He is also a great companion sport and recreational dog. He is naturally good off-leash and can have a fantastic recall.  Still it is important that the Pumi gets proper training, socialization and exposure to various stimuli of versatile environments to earn the full reward of his wonderful personality and character. He tends to be vocal, however, his voice can easily be controlled if he is properly cared for.  The Pumi likes guidance and even though, tend to be a “one person dog,” he also listens to and obeys to the “rest of the pack.”

The Pumi is not a shy breed…! He might be reserved and cautious when introduced to strangers and unfamiliar places , however, a Pumi with the right disposition and proper socialization should recover fast, act naturally and happy with new people in new surroundings.  Before making an impulse buy, one should ask him/herself whether, he or she has a compatible temperament and  is committed for a 12-15-year long relationship that involves an active, fun and healthy lifestyle.

When we plan a Pumi litter, we focus on temperament, physical health, correct anatomy, correct hair type, characteristic head, pigmentation, and desired colors. We try to see several offsprings, siblings and other relatives of the dogs whom we consider in our breeding program. Therefore, we extensively travel to Europe, collaborate with breeders and research different bloodlines to find the best possible match for our dogs.  While titles and popularity are important, they are secondary in our selection process to pick a quality dog. 

We plan to have one or two Pumi litters per year and we try to sell our puppies only to the most dedicated and committed potential buyers. We screen everyone and whom we think are the most suitable and can provide the best home, will be able to purchase dogs from us.

We do not sell dogs to people who plan to keep our dogs in kennels and/or plan to debark them. A Pumi must live together and share the home of its owner… Well, train them!

All Pumi puppies to be sold, will be registered with the AKC, microchipped, vaccinated with the first round of shots and dewormed up to date.

If for any reason, (and we believe there are almost none) a Pumi from our breeding needs a new home, regardless of age or health condition, we reserve the right for that dog to be returned to us.


So if you feel that you are up to the Pumi challenge, please contact us at,

info@catskillpumi.com or (917) 488-1015, (917) 375-7029.

You can see our Pumis in action and our puppies the way they grow up on YouTube by typing in the search box “Goatsheepshop” lean back and enjoy!