It has come to our attention today, that a 3 year old black Puli bitch is at the Dogs Trust Kennels near Heathrow.
She is apparently healthy and sociable and they are looking to rehome her. Owing to the Dogs Trust regulations they will not pass her to the Hungarian Puli Club of Great Britain’s Welfare scheme and insist on rehoming her direct.
We have passed this information onto the people on our current list of potential foster homes and would ask if anyone reading this notice can help or would be interesting in rehoming the Puli, please telephone the Dogs Trust direct:
Mr Daniel Thompson 07887 536371
The Dogs Trust have confirmed this Puli has been successfully rehomed and is doing well.
It is with great sadness that we inform you that Avril Lacey passed away on Friday 18th March 2016 following a courageous battle with cancer. She will be sorely missed by all of the Puli family and indeed the dog world. Our thoughts at this time go to Stan and their respective family and friends. Her funeral will take place on Wednesday 23rd March 2016 in France.
Stan has requested that flowers are not sent however any donations will be given to Cancer Support Deux-se.
Please can you contact Lesley Cook at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 07795435489.
Crufts 2016 10th – 13th March 2016
Its Crufts week and the HPCofGB are excited to announce the details of where you can meet our lovely Hungarian Pulis.
Pulis are being shown on Saturday 12th March, in Hall 4, Ring 21. Judge is Mrs A Brown
We are second in the ring after Lancashire Heelers, judging for Heelers starts at 9am.
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.