Komondor

Working Breed
komondors

Jake, Krystal, Ezter, Jingles and Gwendy from the Gybok Komondor Kennels

The Komondor will be very protective of its family and everything they own.  It must be trained and socialized at a very early age to help prevent aggressive habits as it matures.  They need a firm, consistent owner.  They may not be good family dogs unless they were socialized and trained with the family from puppyhood.  Best suited for rural areas with room to roam and exercise.  The Komondor sheds little and should not be brushed, only trimmed.

Average Height(“‘s)
Average Weight (#’s)
Personality
Coat
Grooming
Notes for owners
26
90
Independent
Corded.  Sheds little Never comb or brush.  Bathe frequently. Country dog with room to exercise.  Not recommended as a family dog.  Very protective.

Relevant Web Sites

AKC Breed Profile

Komondor Club of America

Mid-Atlantic States Komondor Club

KCA Breeder Referral

Komondor Club of America Rescue

 


 

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