Underneath all that hair is a lively, energetic dog. With a big personality to match its big size, the Komondor is intelligent, independent and protective of their family. The Komondor needs a confident owner who is able to socialise them well with any animals or people that will regularly be in the house.
As they are prone to bloat, Komondors should be fed two or three small meals a day rather than one large one.
Adult Komondors need regular care of their corded coats. The cords needs to be separated in order to prevent matting, particularly around the mouth and eyes. The coat can be trimmed although this takes away their most distinctive feature. Professional trimming and bathing is suggested if owners feel they are not up to the task.
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