The Hungarians are very clear on this subject: If it isn’t big and impressive, even if it has cords, it isn’t a Komondor. This is a breed whose size should be large enough to command instant respect. Slightly longer than tall behind the neck (the withers), the Komondor isn’t for everyone, but a well-bred, properly socialized “Kom” is a fabulous breed for the right person.
Komondorok are quite fast and agile, engaging, and, unsurprisingly for a LGD (Livestock Guardian Dog), protective of their “flock” be it people or animal.
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