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  • n. A large Hungarian breed of livestock guard dog with a long, corded coat.


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From Hungarian komondor.


  • As the most bibulous species of animal next to the sponge yak and the Himalayan Swiffer monkey, the Komondor is the perfect companion to housekeepers, butlers, and small diner employees.

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  • Komondor: If the Puli is the Rasta dog, this breed is essentially white mop.

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  • • I had to include a Komondor because, although they aren't particularly exotic, they have great hair.

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  • I'll never forget when this trainer brought her Komondor with her.

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  • Komondor, that meant putting the 85-pound-dog through a multiday bathing routine.

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  • "Thank God it didn't rain," Horvath, who wore a Komondor necklace, said.

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  • The pub and Komondor have way too much hair and needs a little haircut.

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  • Serendipitiously, she got the one person in the building that knows all the dog breeds off the top of her head (that's me!) and I was able to answer "That's the Komondor!" without a second thought.

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  • The Komondor can retain almost three times its body weight in moisture, making it a valuable asset in Central and Western Europe's housecleaning industry.

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  • Sadly, the Industrial Revolution nearly saw the demise of the Komondor when industrialists killed them by the thousands and shoved wooden poles up their asses to sell as floor mops.

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