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.
This is Wash, a neutered male Komondor in the San Diego area, in great need of a new home. He is eight months old and is up to date on his vaccines.
Wash has been in puppy obedience classes and is very good on a leash. If you are not in that area, transport can be arranged.
Please contact, if you are interested in adopting Wash. He needs an experienced LGD home, preferable as a house dog.
Middle Atlantic States Komondor Club
While trying to find where else “haromhegyi_11m 006.avi” might be shared, I stumbled upon “YouRepeat.com”. So many Komondor videos neatly tucked into one link. Enjoy!
Sept 15, 2013 – UPDATE ***
It has been brought to my attention that the owner of the video below has changed the privacy settings of the video to private. I am leaving the link in place in hopes that the owner updates the privacy settings again to make “haromhegyi_11m 006.avi” public again.
Stumbled across this video this morning, which has been online for a few years now. Adorable! Enjoy.
Meet Bunny who lives in Florida and just LOVES the water! Enjoy these pictures of Audrey and Bunny on a recent trip to the beach. If these pictures don’t make you smile…
A note from Bunny’s guardian,
Bunny is 9 and will be 10 in February. She joined our family when she was 1 year old. We were shopping at one of the super market pet stores in Daytona for our two other rescue dogs and fish. Bunny was at the door with her two humans. Our daughters (elementary and middle school age) ran to her and fell in love. The owners were looking for a new home for Bunny They were keeping her in the garage because their other dog (some little snot dog) was mean to Bunny.
When I made it to the Bunny Love Fest, I said “NO, Definitely not. We do not need a third dog.”
My husband took their phone number and we picked Bunny up from their garage three days later. Best decision ever.
Audrey and Bunny go to New Smyrna Beach. The pics are at the dog park at New Smyrna Beach.
Thanks for all you do for such a wonderful breed.
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Audrey is a talented musician,
Currently, Audrey is on a partial scholarship at The Florida State College of Music as a Jazz Performance major and studying under the finest Jazz musicians in the World and directly under Count Basie Orchestra feature soloist, Scotty Barnhart. As a first year member of FSU’s Marching Chiefs, Audrey was awarded the coveted “Rookie of the Year” award for outstanding performance in FSU’s World Renowned 400 member marching band, having been chosen from a field of over two hundred stellar first year band members!
Learn more about Audrey at www.audreyallgood.com
Update! This male has been rescued and is now on a farm with sheep! Lucky boy!!
This young male Komondor (2 1/2 yrs. old) is an import from Hungary, and is neutered and up to date with his shots. His owners got him at 8 weeks of age. He has been living with an older Komondor and St. Bernard and has become dominant over the other two dogs, as well as the wife of the owner.
He is in great need of a home. Please contact for more information.
I want to thank people for their interest in adopting Leela and Barley. Their owner relocated to KY and decided to place them in a home nearby, rather than turn them over to the Middle Atlantic States Komondor Club rescue and have them go to a home some distance away. However, I am very happy to report that the owner allowed our Club to pay for having both girls spayed before placement and both dogs are now up to date on vaccines. I especially want to thank Grants Lick Veterinary Hospital for all they did for both dogs and for assisting our Club Rescue.
Middle Atlantic States Komondor Club
We need to find home(s) for two female Komondors, ages 3 & 6. They reside near Baltimore, Maryland. Please contact for more information.
I have two female Koms that sadly I have to find a new home for. One is turning 3 years old on June 1st and the other one is around 6 years old (rescued her from a shelter). Leela, the 3 year old, is good with other dogs/cats and good with kids, she is hyper as most puppies are. Barley, the 6 year old, would be best in a home without other dogs; she was mistreated in her last home and so she has some food aggression but she is calm and really lovable just as long as the other dogs don’t go around her food. We are located in Maryland.
Found a fun Komondor photo this morning on Tumblr. Google Translate reads that this is a watercolor from an unknown painter in Texas, “A sheepdog waiting in front of the kiosk.” and mentions the name “Rachel Orban”. Guess this is the lady in the photo? Not sure how much Kikáltási price: 2000000 EUR translates to.
From the tumblr page of “Reblog like follow” (http://egyszavak.tumblr.com/)
Ismeretlen texasi festő-A komondor várja Orbán Ráhelt a trafik előtt
500 x 240 mm
Kikáltási ár: 2000000 euro