The Komondor (in Hungarian, the plural form of komondor is komondorok), also known as the Hungarian sheepdog, is a large, white-colored Hungarian breed of livestock guardian dog with a long, corded coat.
Sometimes referred to as 'mop dogs', the Komondor is a long-established dog breed commonly employed to guard livestock and other property. The Komondor was brought to Europe from 1544. The Komondor breed has been declared one of Hungary’s national
treasures, to be preserved and protected from modification.
A properly socialized komondor from a reputable breeder can live with other dogs or pets without any problems. On the street, he won’t tolerate another dog dominating him, but if they approach him in a friendly way, the well-bred komondor will also approach him in a friendly way, so the well-bred komondor will also respond amicably. He loves children, but you definitely need to know that if your peers annoy or hurt the little ones in your “family,” the komondor will immediately come to their defense. This breed is very effective in guarding and protecting your home and family members, but it already accepts regular visitors. He usually does not harass anyone outside his territory.
Beating and shouting is completely meaningless, in fact, the use of such methods can cause the owner to lose the dog’s respect. The Komondor will only carry out the commands he receives if they seem to make sense to him. Man will be his friend, not his slave: he will not perform stunts for his sake. Due to its domineering nature, it is best suited for a farmer who knows exactly what he wants.