Free for Mudik

We rely on our Mudi experts to confirm this, but our reading tells us that in 2002, the Hungarian Kennel Club (MEOE) Mudik were allowed to enter dog shows for free as there were so few registered Mudik in the country and only 100-200 puppies being born and given pedigrees a year. The rough-haired Magyar Vizsla, Magyar Agár, and Erdélyi Kopó were the only other breeds given this priviledge, a pleasant opportunity, but also a sign that the breed was at risk.

Image of “Taz” by Pat Edmonds courtesy of the Mudi Club of America where the image was a 2016 calendar winner

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