Komondor

A.K.A. : Hungarian Komondor, Hungarian Sheepdog, Mop Dog
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Overview: The Komondor love the outdoors. He's descended from sheep herding dogs and some of this instinct is still seen in today's Komondor. He loves being with a family who will provide a lot of space to run ' and enough attention and affection to handle this breed.
Breed Group: Working
Weight (lbs): male: 80, female:70
Height (in): male: 27.5, female 25.5 and up
Colors: White.
Coat: It's double, consisting of a dense, wooly undercoat and a coarser outer coat, that is wavy or curly. The undercoat is trapped in the outer coat, so that itforms strong, felty, tassel-like cords.
Character: Komondors are dominating and assertive dogs. They are known for being obedient and protective, so serve as great companion dogs.
Temperament: This breed is very protective of and loyal to its family. They have a good deal of courage and strength, so must be trained early to get along with other animals and small people.
Care: The Komondor should not be brushed or combed. Its cords must be regularly separated. Bathe only when needed and allow the hair to dry thoroughly. (This can take an entire day!)
Training: This breed requires firm and consistent rules and should receive socialization at an early age. Obedience training is essential.
Activity: Komondors need lots of exercise, including frequent long-distance running.
Country of Origin: Hungary
Health Issue: This breed is prone to hip dysplasia, bloat, and skin problems.
Life Expectancy: 10-12
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