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Many people believe the Mudi and Puli are formed from the same ancestor, and this might very well be true. We don't know for sure. We do know that the Mudi is not created, but discovered as a naturally occurring shepherd's dog type, and it is the last naturally developed herding breed that still works with shepherds and livestock.
The breed is loved and mentioned as one of the best herding breeds, a good hunting dog, watchdog, and companion. It does well in sports, and loves to swim and play in water.
Mudis are generally black, but can also have a merle coat, or be completely white.