The Mudi is a rare herding dog breed from Hungary. It is closely related to the Puli and Pumi, from which it was separated in the 1930s. Today, the Mudi is bred for work, companionship and show. They continue to be used in herding, as well as participating in a variety of dog sports. Mudi usually weigh 8.2 to 13.2 kg and stand 15 to 19 inches high at the withers. The coat is medium wavy or curly, with short hair on the face and legs. The accepted colors are black, brown, white, yellow, gray, graybrown etc. Mudi have short tails.