Country of Origin: Hungary
Descending from various Tibetan dogs and the Aftscharka, a breed discovered by the Huns while passing through Russia, the Komondor was imported to Hungary in the 14th century by nomadic Magyars. The distinctive corded coat of the Komondor, which begins to cord at 9 to 12 months of age, protects the guard dog from attack and weather extremes.
||Height: males - at least 27.5 inch at the withers (70cm), females - at least 25.5 inches at the withers (65cm). Weight: males - at least 100 pounds (46kg), females - at least 80 pounds (37kg)
Alert, confident, fiercely loyal to his human companions, this courageous breed is extremely territorial and thrives on having a responsibility.
|Overall Exercise Requirement
|Suitability as a Guard Dog
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