AKC Gazette. These articles first appeared in the AKC Gazette on the dates shown and are reproduced here with permission. To read or download current or past issues, visit www.akc.org/pubs. The Gazette is now provided free of charge.
Mar 2017 – Best in Show Pulik by Dagmar Fertl
Dec 2016 – The Hungarian Second Man: The Herding Puli by Dagmar Fertl
Sept 2016 – Estate Planning That Includes Your Puli by Dagmar Fertl
June 2016 – Pulik in Barn Hunt by Julie Schuh and Dagmar Fertl
Mar 2016 – How to Find a Groomer Who Knows Cords by Gin McDaniel Martinez and Dagmar Fertl
Dec 2015 – Puli Smarts by Dagmar Fertl
Sept 2015 – Puli Participation in Obedience by Dagmar Fertl & Nancy Kelly
June 2015 – What does “Medium Size” Mean? by Dagmar Fertl
Mar 2015 – What to Wear When Showing Your Puli by Dagmar Fertl
Dec 2014 – Puli: The Flying Mop by Dagmar Fertl & Cathy Pronzini
Sept 2014 – Book of Titleholders by Dagmar Fertl
June 2014 – Code of Ethics for the Puli Breeder by Dagmar Fertl
Mar 2014 – The Versatile Puli by Dagmar Fertl
Sept 2013 – The Things that Matter by Sherry Gibson (reprinted from March 2009)
June 2013 – Corded Coat Basics by Sherry Gibson (reprinted from June 2010)
Sept 2012 – Helping the New Puli Owner by Sherry Gibson (reprinted from Dec 2009)
Mar 2012 – Researching Health Information by Sherry Gibson
Dec 2011 – The Puli in Fiction by Sherry Gibson
Sept 2011 – Co-Ownership: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly by Sherry Gibson
June 2011 – The Price of Celebrity by Sherry Gibson
March 2011 – Cutting the Cords by Sherry Gibson (reprinted Dec 2013)
Dec 2010 – Selecting the Right Stud by Sherry Gibson
Dec 2010 – Corded Comics by Rebecca Wallwork
Sept 2010 – The Puli Bounce by Sherry Gibson
Sept 2009 – Pulik * Recognized 1936 * by Sherry Gibson
June 2009 – Getting Involved by Sherry Gibson
Dec 2008 – Breed Characteristics by Tom Motter
Jul 2008 – The Performer Beneath the Corded Coat by Don Gold
June 2008 – Les Was More by Tom Motter
Jan 2000 – Taking Stock of Herding Dogs by Pluis Davern
June 1997 – Beginnings of the Puli in the US by Dee Rummel & Pat Giancaterino
Mar 1997 – History of the Puli, Part I by Pat Giancaterino
Dec 1996 – How to Pick a Puli for Agility Competition by Pat Guticz & Pat Giancaterino
Feb 1994 – Top-producing Dams of All Time by Ann Bowley
June 1990 – A History of the Hungarian Puli by J. Dori
Sept 1987 – Puli Proportions and Type by Sally Hines
ShowSight Magazine. These articles first appeared in the ShowSight Magazine on the dates shown and are reproduced here with permission. To read or download current or past issues, visit www.showsightmagazine.com.
Oct 2012 – Living with the Puli by Dagmar Fertl
Oct 2012 – Judging the Puli by Irma Fertl
Jan 2012 – Living with a Puli by Susi Szeremy
Jan 2012 – Judging the Puli by Barbe Pessina
Jan 2012 – History of the Puli by Carolyn Nusbickel
Nov 2010 – Judging the Puli by Sherry Gibson
Canine Chronicle. This article first appeared in the Canine Chronicle and is reproduced here with permission. To read or download current or past issues, visit www.caninechronicle.com/.
Nov 2014 – Small Hungarian Sheepdogs by Ria Hörter
Dog News. The Digest of American Dogs. These articles first appeared in Dog News on the dates shown and are reproduced here with permission. To read or download current or past issues, visit www.dognews.com.
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Dog World. First published in 1916, ceased publication in 2012. Some historical articles from this magazine are viewable at www.dogchannel.com/dog-history/historical-dog-information-topiclist.aspx.
May 1985 – The Puli – Coming of Age in America by Mary Wakeman
National Dog. The RingLeader Way. This article first appeared in this magazine on the date shown and is reproduced here with permission. To read or download current or past issues, visit nationaldog.com.au/previous_issues.html.
Animal Wellness Magazine. To read or download current or past issues, visit animalwellnessmagazine.com.
American Herding Breed Association Events Bulletin. To learn more about the AHBA, visit www.ahba-herding.org/