Komondor Livestock Guardian Puppies
Thank you for your interest in our Komondor puppies. We will be breeding out female again in 2024. If you would like to be put on a waiting list please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
They can go to their new homes at two month of age. The puppies will be taken to the Armstrong Veterinarian Clinic for their check-ups, vaccinations and dewormer prior to sales. They will be sold with their puppy health documentation.
Dignified, loyal and brave the Komondor is an ancient breed. It is called the "King of the Working Dogs" and is a renowned livestock guardian dog. The breed was revered in Hungary, used for centuries to guard—not herd—flocks of sheep. His ancestors date back to the 10th century. Their long white coats allow them to camouflage among curly-haired sheep to stealthily attack predators. The Komondor breed has been declared one of Hungary’s national treasures, to be preserved and protected from modification.
The American Kennel Club recognized the Komondor in 1937. The breed was nearly wiped out during the World War II era, leaving only a few dozen individual dogs. The breed was slowly re-established in Hungary but remains a fairly rare breed to this day.
The Komondor is a large breed of dog, and many are over 30 inches tall. Komondor females on average weigh between 88–110 lb. and Komondor males weigh on average between 110–132 lb. It is calm and steady when things are normal, but, in case of trouble, the dog will fearlessly defend its charges. It was bred to think and act independently and make decisions on its own.
Their long curly hair that does not shed. As a show dog, breeders let the Komondor hair grow into long cords, but we have found that clipping their hair in the late spring works well for our farm environment. Their natural curly hair is basically self-cleaning. The Komondor curly corded hair is a form of defense from biting predators as well as camouflage to blend in with a herd of sheep/livestock. The Komondor dog forms a strong bond with their human family.
We have found this breed of dog to be a good fit with our chickens, waterfowl, goats, horse and farm cats. They have not hurt any of our livestock and enjoy our company as we do our chores and spend time outside with them.
Our male Komondor, Somogyi (Samu) was registered in Hungary, and he was imported by us in June 2021. His ancestors were both show dogs. Our large impressive male Komondor is playful, friendly and eager to please. We have included a picture of Somogyi's dam and his registration papers in the picture section. We also have pictures of his sire, and they can be seen on our Komondor webpage Komondor Livestock Guardian Dogs | Wild Acres
Our purebred female Komondor, whom we named Rogue was tested as a puppy for hip dysplasia by a veterinary and vaccinated but she was not registered. She is currently 2.5 years old, and this is her first litter of puppies. Rogue has proved to be an excellent mother as she has a gentle protective nature with her puppies and us.
Both of our Komondors are very alert to danger, and they stay up all night to protect us and the animals from the coyotes that lurk around our farm at night. We have not lost any of our livestock to predators since we have purchased our Komondors, and we love them as family dogs too. It is nice to be able to sleep without the worry of losing your livestock and to be able to leave our home knowing that everyone is safe and protected.
Feel free to email us or call us if you have any questions concerning out Komondors.
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