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Komondor profile

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Lifespan: 9-11 Years

Avg height: 60-80cm.

Avg weight: 36-61kg

Coat type: Very long heavy corded coat, forming long tassels.

Coat colours: White.

Originally bred for: Guarding - initially livestock and people, but more recently military installations.

Breed traits: Fearless, independent, calm, affectionate. 

A little about the Komondor


The Komondor is a large powerful guarding dog, that is exceptionally affectionate to its family. However, it is strong-willed and best suits an owner with a large amount of experience and time.



The Komondor is generally quite healthy. Major health concerns include Canine Hip Dysplasia, ear infections (Otitis Externa), superficial dermatitis (Hot Spot) and eye disorders (Entropian). Like many deep-chested breeds, they are also at risk of Gastric Torsion (bloat).

Please be advised the information provided is purely an indicator of breed traits and characteristics and that within some breeds there can be significant variation.