The Puli Club of America invites you to learn more about this ancient breed. The Puli is very intelligent and excels at many activities. Whether you are interested in conformation, performance and sporting events, herding or just having a fun-loving, smart and loyal family member, we hope this website will help acquaint you with this very special breed.
The Puli Club of America is the national breed club for the Puli and a member of the American Kennel Club.
The Puli Club of America was founded in 1959 to ensure the continued health and preservation of our breed. Become a part of PCA and with your voice, help PCA shape AKC policies to protect our very special breed. Receive the Puli News, Puli Post and share your love of Pulik. Join now.
Latest News and Announcements
- Latest issue of Puli News is now available! Check it out - articles, photos, news and more.
- Online Book of Titleholders updated with new AKC titles through April - Check out your Puli's pedigree!
- PuliWorld - the classic and one of the first ever Puli websites (1996-2002) is available again!
- Scans of the historical Puli Parade newsletter!
- Scan of The Best of PuliKeynotes - 1971 -articles from the Puli Club of Southern California newsletter
- AKC Gazette article: Coursing With a Puli? Of Course! by Dagmar Fertl
- Articles about Puli Coat Color on our Historical Articles page
- Grooming the Brushed Puli from April 1991 Puli News by Ann Bowley, Susan Maas & Nancy McGarvey
- Grooming the Corded Puli summary by Peg Stiff from Walter Langerbein's book About the Hair Care of our Corded Breeds - from April 1990 Puli News
- Members: Online BOT updated in May with latest AKC titles
- Latest Puli News for Members is here!
- Check out the new Versatile Puli point schedule! Lots of new ways for your Puli to earn a VP Award
- Results from the 2019 PCA National
- Scans of classic Books of Titleholders from 1969 and later are available. Thanks to Dagmar Fertl for doing the scans
- Coat Care articles by top Puli Club experts - from Puli News, Feb 2007, thanks to Dagmar Fertl, who found and scanned the article