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The Komondor Dog: Bizarre Animal of the Week

The Komondor Dog: Bizarre Animal of the Week

The komondor, well-known for resembling a mop head, is one of the world’s most established dog breeds. They originated in Hungary and are considered one of the nation’s national treasures, due to their incredible pedigree and long-held status as guardians to livestock and property.

And standing at over 30 inches tall, the komondor is one of the largest breeds of dog. Beneath their heavy, corded fur sits a heavily muscled body – which may come as a surprise to many considering their “sheepish” appearance.  But komondors are actually quite quick and agile.

If you are interested in learning more about komondor dogs, we’ve assembled a few links below:

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