The Hungarian Mudi (nicknamed Driver Dog of Hungary or simply Mudi) is a source of great pride amongst Hungarian shepherds. These dogs are capable of herding and guarding livestock, hunting small game and detecting bombs and drugs for police. While they're less popular than the Pumi or Puli, they are neverthelessly playful, intense and friendly dogs.
The Mudi is a herding dog breed from Hungary, closely related to Pumi and Puli, from which it was separated from in the 1930s. Today, the Mudi is bred for work, sport, companionship and sporting. They continue to be used in herding, as well as participating in a variety of dog sports and competitions. In the Hungarian language, the plural of Mudi is Mudik.