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Which are the most common pumi colours?

Submitted by on Aug 28, 2009 – 3:29 PMNo Comment
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The most common colour is grey in all kinds of shades. Grey pumis are usually black at birth and will fade to grey with time. Pumis, however, exist in many other colours. Apart from grey and black, the FCI standard recognizes white and fawn (red, yellow, cream, and their sabled varieties) pumis. These, just like black pumis, are very rare. There are some other colours in which pumis exist, but beware! Although – depending on the bloodline – they sometimes appear in litters, black-and-tan, black-and-silver, wolf-grey with tan marks, brown and apricot coat colours are disqualifying faults. Unlike pulis, pumis of standard colours compete for the same prizes in dog shows and are allowed to be bred with any other standard-colour dogs.

For more information, read our article on Pumi colours.

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