Crufts 2017

Crufts 2017 9th – 12th March 2017

Crufts is fast approaching and the HPCofGB are excited to announce the details of where you can meet our lovely Hungarian Pulis.

Pulis are being shown on Sunday 12th March. Judge is Mrs M Froome

We will be at Discover Dogs (Located in Hall 3) throughout the show, so please come and visit us and do send in any photos of the Pulis you meet on the stand.

Best of luck to all exhibitors and we hope you all have a wonderful time.

Did you know?

  • Crufts began in 1891
  • Hundreds of crossbreeds take part in Crufts, through agility, flyball, obedience, heelwork to music, Scruffts and Friends for Life competitions.
  • There have been 78 Best in Show champions, with 43 different breeds winning the title over the years.
  • The Cocker Spaniel has won the most Best in Show titles, with seven wins, followed by the Irish Setter, Poodle and Welsh Terrier which have won on four occasions each.
  • The first Best in Show was won by a Greyhound.
  • Vulnerable British and Irish native breeds have won Best in Show at Crufts a total of eight times.
  • Crufts covers more than 25 acres of the NEC in Birmingham. This includes 5 halls, the Pavilion and the Genting Arena.

2017 Puli Best of Breed winner

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Catherine Knight from Rusden with Polly a Hungarian Puli, which was the Best of Breed winner today (Sunday 12.03.17), the final day of Crufts 2017, at the NEC Birmingham.

2016 Puli Best of Breed winner

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Picture shows Kim Sear from Melton Mowbray with Fergie a Hungarian Puli, which was the Best of Breed winner today (Saturday 12.03.16), the third day of Crufts 2016, at the NEC Birmingham.
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