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The Komondor is aggressive, serious, alert, highly territorial and protective.
30 The coat of a komondor consists of cords formed when the outer and inner coats cling together.
Well-trained guard dogs (usually Great Pyrenees, Komondor, Anatolian Shepherd, or Akbash breeds) and donkeys and llamas help prevent predation on sheep.
Away from work: Lives with wife, Arna, and their Komondor, Paprika, in the River Road area.
The most common breeds used for guarding livestock in the United States are Great Pyrenees, Akbash, and Komondor, whereas Anatolian, Kuvasz, Maremma, and Shar Planinetz are less common (Green and Woodruff 1988; Andelt and Hopper 2000).
Some of the rarest breeds within the city limits include the Finnish Spitz, Komondor and the Pharaoh Hound.
Other breeds also perform this same specialized task (and most of them are derivatives of the same type of dogs) such as Maremma, Akbash and Komondor.