Kuvasz


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Kuvasz

a large, sturdy Hungarian dog breed used for guarding livestock. It has a thick, pure white or ivory coat, dark eyes, small, pendulous ears and a moderately long tail.
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The most common breeds used for guarding livestock in the United States are Great Pyrenees, Akbash, and Komondor, whereas Anatolian, Kuvasz, Maremma, and Shar Planinetz are less common (Green and Woodruff 1988; Andelt and Hopper 2000).
The largest entry was 500 Golden Retrievers and the lowest were five Hungarian Kuvasz.
American Kuvasz Association, Linda Harvey, S94 W7495 Edgewood Ave.