Dear Pumi Aficionados,
We have a Pumi litter of seven puppies born March 30, 2014.
Please, follow our blog page, “Planet Pumi,” on this website to see photos, videos and read the stories of the preparation for the new arriving litter, the daily life of the new puppies and the adventures of our Pumis on the farm.
The Pumi is not for everyone. He is a terrier type herding breed, highly intelligent and easily trainable, however, he needs a great deal of mental stimulation as well as regular daily exercise. Therefore, the Pumi is certainly not a backyard dog to be left alone. The Pumi does not take a raincheck easily. Although, he might appear to be tough and invincible from the outside, he can be fragile and a delicate soul. Pumis want to be partners, family members and not only mere objects or just meaningless ignored “pets.”
It is important that the Pumi gets a proper training to earn the full reward of his wonderful personality and character. He likes guidance and tend to be a one person dog, whom they are the most loyal to in the family, however, they also listen to and obey to the rest of the “pack.”
While the Pumi is a vocal breed by nature, his voice can be effortlessly controlled if he is properly cared for.
Therefore, before making an impulse buy, one should ask him/herself wether, he or she 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 healthy blood lines with working history, physical and mental health, correct anatomy, correct hair type, characteristic head, pigmentation, and desired colors. In breeding, titles and popularity are among the last items we consider based on our criteria.
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.
All Pumi puppies to be sold, are 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,
firstname.lastname@example.org or (917) 488-1015, (917) 375-7029