This is what MY Angle Baby would look like if I would let her Cords Grow out. But, because she lives here in
Texas I do cut her down for the summer. Infact her hair grows so fast I cut her down every 7 weeks.
So you want to own a Komondor?
When you see a dog in a white Corded coat there is no mistaking it for a Komondor. The
Komondor's coat is cord-like and requires a lot of work to maintain. And I do mean a lot of maintains.
was bred to think for itself and is usually intelligent. Given the proper care and home, a Komondor is a responsible, loving
dog. Obedience training is a must... This independent smart dog needs obedience training starting early .
They have a job to do and they will find it and do it. There job is to Gard....
The Komondor is a flock guardian, not a herder.
The mature, experienced dog tends to stay close to his charges, whether a flock or family; she is unlikely
to be drawn away from them in chase, and typically doesn't wander far. Though very sensitive to the desires of his master,
heavy-handed training will produce a stubborn, unhappy Komondor.
While reserved with strangers, the Komondor is demonstrative with those he loves, selflessly devoted to
his family and his charges, and will defend them against any attack.
I do not breed Komondors. There are very few good Komondor breeders. I do know good Komondor people
but, as for me" My Angle Baby " is a Pet and a working part of my Kennels.
The Komondor Rescue center is a non-profit referral organization dedicated to placing unwanted Komondors
into new carefully screened homes.
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