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- n. Plural form of Komondor.
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Komondors are best known for their thick locks called cords, which Horvath began washing on Saturday.
However, several hundred Komondors are being used in Newfoundland as working dogs with environmental clean-up teams, and have been trained to deal with the frequent oil spills from offshore Hibernia platforms.
Since then Komondors have been bred to absorb dirt better, be less prone to streaking, and are now lint free.
There were only 40 Komondors in Britain but the breed's population has gone up by a quarter thanks to the unprecedented litter.
Kyra gave birth to Britain's biggest-ever litter of Komondors, which are worth £1,000 each.