Good with Kids:
Komondor is an adorable dog with felted hairs that grows over the years. They have the tendency to judge whether someone has intention for evil. Well balanced and loyal to its owner and very protected of same.
Country of Origin:
Medium dog breed
These are independent dominant and very alert dogs that are brave, incorruptible, determined, social, very loyal to their handler and family, sober well balanced and calm. They do not naturally bark much and they have the amazing ability to judge whether a person has harmful intention.
Working dog breed
The shoulder height is minimum of 65cm (25Â½in) for dogs and a minimum of 60cm (23Â½in) for bitches. It is generally preferred to see heights much taller than this. There is no minimum height.
Female: 50â50 kg
Male: 36â50 kg
Komondor will get along fine with other animals and with children provided they are part of your household and family. It will protect your children from being pestered by other children. Strangers are instinctively mistrusted and unwanted visitor get no chance to step on to your property.
The coat is the most important distinguishing feature of this breed this consists of felt like stands which form and becomes longer over the years. It can take up to three years for the eventual coat of the komondor to be formed.
Generally, Komondor is never brushed or combed since it intended that the felting of the coat will occur the strands formed becomes the soft undercoat and is not shed but catches in to tougher and longer outer hair to encourage development out by the felt strands. They can be twisted out by hand and bathing is best left until summer since it can take several days for the coat to dry.
The komondor is a dog whose natural instincts are still close to nature and it will often rely upon its own instinct its training must be consistent and based upon mutual respect. The komondor has an uncomplicated character once he understands your rule it will not overstep them.