Alfredo is a friendly, well socialized one year old Komondor. He has grown up with children, dogs and birds and is very gentle with them all. He is a bundle of energy and needs a home that has the appropriate space, indoors and out for a dog of this size.
If you are interested in adopting him, please fill out the adoption form on the website and submit it to .
Fun animated GIF of a Komondor running (bouncing?) on the beach…
— The Ministry of GIFs (@GIFs) June 20, 2014
I tweeted @natgeowild asking if this episode is available to watch online or if it will be rebroadcasted. I will update this post once I hear back from them.
June 16, 2014 — More pictures of Kiki and her new family. We are told she is Queen Boss already!
June 6, 2014 – Kiki has been rescued! She now has a forever home! We could not be happier. Here is a picture of her in her new home. She looks quite happy, doesn’t she? We certainly are.
Kiki is in a shelter where her time is limited. This is urgent! We are looking for an experienced Komondor owner to save Kiki.
Please see contact info in the below image.
If you have any questions please contact.
Yola is a 7 year old female Komondor in Ohio. She is well trained and has been raised as a house dog. Yola is very gentle with people and other pets. Due to unfortunate circumstances, her owner is unable to keep her. Please complete adoption form, if you are interested in giving her a loving home. If you are interested in adopting her or have any questions please contact .
Irie is a 5 year old female Komondor with a wonderful temperament. She loves being a house dog and is well socialized with people. She is up to date on shots and is spayed. Due to unfortunate circumstances, her owner can no longer keep her. Irie is located in AK. If you are interested in adopting her or have any questions please contact .
Ghost after a roll in the leaves!
Ghost was imported from Hungary as a puppy by a family in NC that loved him very much. As with many Komondor males, Ghost grew in no time from a small sweet puppy to a 150 lb. out of control puppy. Ghost’s owner recently placed him on a farm with an alpaca breeder and Komondor owner. She was so afraid of him, she gave him back to the owner in just a few days. Fortunately, for Ghost we found an experienced Komondor owner in Texas willing to adopt him, in spite of the fact that he needed a lot of training and socialization, not to mention the fact that he is much larger than she is. A month ago, his new owner was willing to drive to NC to get him and bring him to her Komondor home in Texas. He is attending obedience classes with her and is starting to learn basic commands and he is learning how to be a canine good citizen. He has quite a way to go, but I am told he is making great progress. His new owner, who dearly loves the breed, is determined to make it work and I know she will. I am very grateful to her for taking in a sizable, but lovable project.