The most striking feature of the Puli is its dense, corded coat, which consists of long, narrow curls that form naturally over time. This unique coat helps protect the dog from harsh weather conditions and gives it a distinctive appearance. While these dogs may look like a smaller version of the Komondor, they are, in fact, a different breed, bred for different purposes and with different temperaments. The Komondor is a flock guardian, and as an adult is very aloof. The Puli is a much smaller dog bred to herd sheep. The Puli needs a job and is very bonded to his owner.