Archive for the ‘Komondor’ Category


  • the Komondor is descended from Tibetan dogs,some think the Komondor was brought to Hungary a thousand years ago by nomadic Magyars to guard large herds of cattle and sheep,however,newer studies show it came from the Cumans,the name «Komondor» came from the name Koman-dor,meaning “dog of the Cumans”
  • the breed spread throughout the rest of the world beginning in 1920 when it began to compete in dog shows,the Komondor,still to this day,lives for many months outdoors in all kinds of weather, as they protect their master’s flocks,they do not herd the flock,but rather protect them, primarily without any human assistance
  • is a muscular flock guardian with massive bone structure
  • the head is large and the muzzle is relatively short and dark
  • its body is totally covered with an extraordinary felted and corded coat, which is 8 to 11 inches (20-27cm) long, and always white
  • this thick, corded, white coat helps the dog blend in well with sheep and also helps protect it from any prey that it might be called upon to fight in his role as a flock guardian
  • the coat of a puppy is relatively soft, but shows signs of corded-like curls. It can take up to two years for the cords to form completely and 5 years to reach the desired length
  • Komondors can be good family dogs if they have owners who know how to display a natural, firm authority over the dog, are socialized, trained thoroughly, and are raised with children from the start, but they are not recommended for most families
  • relentless against wolves and bears that would attack the flock with which it is entrusted,in a few minutes the Komondor can get the better of even the strongest enemy
  • height: 25.5 inches (65 cm) and upward
  • weight: males up to 125 pounds (59 kg) / females 10% less
  • prone to hip dysplasia, bloat and skin problems
  • this dog does best in a clean country environment where he can receive extensive daily exercise,but it will do okay in an apartment if sufficiently exercised
  • this dog can be extremely lazy and will sleep and rest for hours upon hours
  • life expectancy: about 10-12 years
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  • Kennel’s name / Επωνυμία Εκτροφείου
  • Breeder’s Full name / Ονοματεπώνυμο Ιδιοκτήτη
  • Registration number of FCI / Αριθμός Καταχώρησης FCI
  • Breed of the dog ( analytically if are more than one ) / Φυλές (αναλυτικά αν είναι πάνω από μια)
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  • Contact Email / Email επικοινωνίας
  • Photo of your kennel / Φωτογραφία του εκτροφείου σας
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