A rare breed even in it's native Hungary. This is a strong willed animal with a big guarding instinct, not for the faint hearted. They have an unusual coat which is shown corded. Once the cord has formed it is permanent, only needing a little attention to keep them separated. Washing is a must, drying a nightmare.
Colour is always white. Ideally the skin is grey but pink is acceptable.
In Ireland, they have their own rules and these are the same as the F.C.I. - CAC and CACIB can be won here. At the moment GB residents, must register with the Irish Kennel Club to compete.
F.C.I. registered breeds should be able to show there, when quarantine is lifted in 2000.
|Update||Club Name||Contact||Phone number||Homepage|
|2004||Komondor Club of Great Britain||Mr K Sear||+44 (0)1664 562307||yes||yes|
|SEARWELL||Messers K I & A T Sear||+44 (0) 1664 562307||Melton Mowbray||yes||yes|
|ZOBRAKI||Mrs Jackie Ferrigan||0044(0)1383 831584||Kelty||No||No|
|ARTICSTORM||Mr & Mrs Mitchell||0044(0)1903 850938||Sussex||yes||yes|
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LAST UPDATE Saturday, July 24, 2004