Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

The Officers and Committee of the Hungarian Puli Club of Great Britain are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

As the country mourns her passing, the Queen will be remembered for her lifetime of dedicated service and leadership in a world that has evolved dramatically throughout her reign. She led her country and the Commonwealth through some truly challenging times with dignity, decency and grace, and has been an inspiration to many generations throughout her 70 years as our Monarch.
Rest in peace Your Majesty.

Our thoughts are with the Royal Family at this difficult time.

William Fulton
Hungarian Puli Club of Great Britain.

Stan Szyczewski

It is with great sadness that the Hungarian Puli Club of GB has learned of the sudden passing of Edward “Stan” Szyczewski.
All the more shocking as we saw him only last week at our Champ Shows.

May I, on behalf of the Hungarian Puli Club of GB, offer our most sincere condolences to Stan’s friends and family.

William Fulton,
Hungarian Puli Club of Great Britain

Photo taken at our recent Champ Show when Stan won Best Veteran in Show 2

Hungarian Puli Club of GB Championship Show cancelled & AGM postponed


In the interest of the health issues/risks arising from the Coronavirus (COVID19) pandemic, the Hungarian Puli Club of GB Committee have taken the unanimous decision to relunctantly cancel the forthcoming Championship show and postpone the Annual General Meeting due to be held on Sunday 4th October 2020. It is hoped that we will be able to re-arrange the show in tandem with the 2021 Championship show.

With regard to the Annual General Meeting and with the Kennel Club permission, it is anticipated we will hold the Annual General Meeting in 2021 alongside the Championship shows.

Under the circumstances, we trust everyone will understand the action we have taken.

Emergency Dog Contact form

As the UK is still in Lockdown, things are slowly returning to the new normal. However, if the worst should happen and you’re admitted to hospital, have you thought about who’d look after your dog(s) if, for whatever reason, there’s nobody else at home? With that rather depressing thought in mind, the committee, mostly Hannah, have produced an “Emergency Dog Information Form”. You can fill in this form with information such as your dog’s name, breed, age, vet details, likes/dislikes etc.

This would be vital information for anyone asked to look after your dog(s) whilst you’re incapacitated for any reason, and not just the Covid-19 virus. We recommend that you download the form and fill it in, one form for each dog, and leave it easily accessible if you are in the unfortunate position that someone needs to collect your dog(s).

Finally, keep looking after yourselves and those wonderful Pulis. Try to stay sane and above all stay safe.