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Puli

a medium-sized dog distinguished by its long, wiry haircoat, usually black, gray or white, that forms long, tightly coiled cords in adults which obscure the body features. In the United States, dogs may be shown either corded or brushed. The breed was developed for guarding and driving sheep.
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