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Komondor Dog

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The Komondor also known as the Hungarian sheepdog is one of Hungary’s national treasures, to be preserved and protected from diminishing. Komondor is a breed of dog that was known for their “mop look” coat, they were bred as a flock-guard dog and a loyal, responsible family pet companion.

Having a strong faithfulness to its family Hungarian sheepdog become one of the great family pet companions in the house for a small or large family. They are not advisable to live in a small house or apartment, they need to get lots of exercise in the outdoors, enough playtime, and exercise will help them keep fit and healthy and most important well socialized, a house with a yard is much advisable for them just make sure to have a tall fence so because they have a tendency to run after small animals they will see. This dog is a great guard dog, they will surely bark to notify you that there is a stranger.

Komondor Dog Breed Pictures

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Vital Stats:

Dog Breed Group

Working Dogs


26 to 28 Inches


80 to 100 Pounds

Life Span

10 to 12 Years

Komondor Appearance

The Komondor has a strong, well-muscled body, it has a broad head with a slightly shorter muzzle, its nose and lips are always color black. Komondor is well known for its “mop look” long, corded white coat. It is a double-coated dog that comes in soft and woolly undercoat, and coarse topcoat.

The Komondor puppies have a cream or buff shading to their coats, but this color fades to white as they grow up, they have a soft curly coat that grows heavy as they mature.

Most of the fur parents of Hungarian sheepdog decide to bring their dog to the expert groomer to maintain its healthy corded coat. They don’t need an everyday brushing of hair but it needs to be regularly separated the cords to avoid hair matting. Like other breeds of dog, it is better to bathe them every once to twice a week or if needed, Use the right shampoo and conditioner for their fur to make it soft, silky, and to eliminate any doggy smell.

It is also best to keep their dental hygiene properly too, periodontal disease is very common to dog whatever their size, brush their teeth several times a week to help remove tartar and bacteria and maintain the good condition of their teeth.

Trimming your dog nails once or twice a month will prevent injury in your dogs, long nails can cause arthritis or other health concern in dogs. Short, neatly trimmed nails keep their feet in good condition and it will prevent our dog’s legs and our legs too from getting scratched when they excitedly jump up to greet us.


The Komondor is a large dog weighing around 36-45 kg (80 to 100 pounds), their height range from 66-71 cm (26 to 28 inches). Female Komondor is slightly smaller than the males.

Komondor Personality

Komondor playing in the field

Calm, loyal and very affectionate Komondor is like any other livestock guardian dogs they are always ready to protect and become fierce if they see any threat to their animals that is guarding.

They are naturally active and have high energy, they were bred to think and act independently and make decisions on their own. Komondor is a very intelligent dog, they need a daily walk to keep them fit and healthy. If you are an adventurous person and love mountain climbing or beach getaway this dog can be your best companion.

Komondor Health

Komondor dog has an average life span of 10 to 12 years, They are generally healthy, but like other breeds of dogs, they are also prone to some diseases. It’s very important to schedule regular visits with your dog’s vet to keep them healthy.

Not all of them will get any or all of these diseases but the following are the common diseases they can have.

Ear InfectionsIt is a common canine health problem, and it can be caused by allergies, yeast, ear mites, bacteria, hair growth deep in the ear canal, and more.
Periodontal Disease In DogsIt is an inflammation of some or all of a tooth’s deep supporting structures, it happens when food and bacteria build up along the gums and form plaque that when combined with saliva and minerals will transform into calculus or also known as tartar.
Hip DysplasiaIt is an abnormal formation of the hip socket that, in its more severe form, can eventually cause crippling lameness and painful arthritis of the joints.
Canine Eye InflammationThe Canine Eye Inflammation may occur with unknown causes or event but it is often connected to many serious health problems. If your dog is suffering from eye inflammation in the outer skin and middle (muscle, connective tissue, and glands) of the eyes it is classified as Blepharitis, and if your dog is suffering from eye inflammation in the iris and ciliary body of the uvea of the eye it is classified as anterior uveitis, this may affect your dog’s vision and needs meditate veterinarian attention.
Legg-Calve-Perthes DiseaseIt causes a dog to limp on the affected leg. Some cases, the pain and lameness can develop suddenly.

Feeding & Nutrition

Dog’s diet should be appropriate to their age, size, and activity. The Komondor can do well in dry dog food or even home-cooked food as long as it suits their needs, they don’t eat a lot for their size. Don’t give too many treats because it can make them obese.

Don’t forget to have clean, fresh water available at all times for your dog.

If you have any concern about your dog’s health especially weight ask your vet for proper advice.

How much is Komondor?

In buying to a decent breeder of purebred Komondor puppy you will cost about $800 to $1000. While the basic cost of owning a dog range from $109 to $370 per month, it includes the food and treats, grooming, routine veterinary care, preventative medications and supplements, and lots more.

The Basic Costs of Owning a Dog

Type of ExpenseYearly Estimate
Food and Treats$250 to $700
Routine Veterinary Care (healthy dog)$700 to $2,000
Preventative Medications (to prevent heartworms, fleas, ticks, and other parasites) and Supplements (e.g. Vitamins, glucosamine or omega 3s)$200 to $600
Training Classes or Resources$25 to $300
Grooming$30 to $500
Dog Accesories (Toys, Beds, Leashes and Collars, etc.)$100 to $300
Average Monthly Cost of Owning a Dog$109 to $370
Average Yearly Total$1,305 to $4,400

The legit breeder puts a lot of effort into high quality and healthy breeding of dogs. They provide healthy Dog Foods, visit the Vet for check-ups, Vaccinations, Vitamins, and proper Grooming of the dogs. The breeder will coup up all the expenses he/she spent to provide a healthy breed to you so expect a little expensive.

Komondor eyes cover by his/her hair

Nowadays hundreds of thousands of dogs are being abandoned that’s why instead of buying I suggest you adopt! Support those in need give them love and a home to stay for the rest of their life.

Note:  The expenses of Taking care of a Dogs does not end in buying one after you bought or adopt your Dog you must provide their necessary needs, like Visit Vet ones a year for their health check-up, Complete and follow up Vaccinations, Foods and provide Vitamins as their maintenance and the most important is Time to play and cuddle with them, I think that’s the most affordable one, giving attention to them, proper care and lots of love from you…

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