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  1. Arti says:

    Descending from Tibetan dogs and the Russian Caucasian Ovcharka (also spelled owtcharka) and originating from Hungary, this ancient breed’s earliest records date back to the 16th century. You can’t miss a Komondor coming. Strong, tassel-like cords that run from head to tail forms the outer coat. Striking and unique in appearance, these dogs are easy to identify with white coats that often resemble dreadlocks. The litter size is about 3-10 puppies, and the Komondor price for a puppy can vary from $800 – $1200. Their coats need attention and care, you’ll need to exercise them daily, and their domineering nature can be a lot for people to handle. We’re not going to sugar coat it; Komondor dogs are high maintenance.

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