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Breed Group: Working

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The Kuvasz is incredibly intelligent, is very devoted and loyal, and makes an excellent working dog. This breed does have a strong protective instinct over his family and territory, which makes him a good watchdog.
The Kuvasz is somewhat suspicious of strangers and requires much socialization to avoid shyness or aggressiveness. A very obedient breed, this dog is very willing to protect his family no matter what the circumstances.

Does your Kuvasz bark, howl, and cry whenever you leave the house? Separation anxiety is extreme anxiety experienced by your dog when you are away from him.
This breed has been used in herding so he does have a protective instinct, which makes him not quite right for the average family. However, he can do well with children providing they are always supervised. The Kuvasz is also very gentle and affectionate towards his family.
The Kuvasz should be brushed on a regular basis all the way down to the undercoat. This will remove excess hair during shedding, and will keep the hair free from mats. This breed does best in colder climates mentally, and physically. In warmer climates, the Kuvasz tends to shed quite a bit all year round, while in cooler weather, he sheds seasonally.

If your dog is displaying behavior uncharacteristic of his normal actions, call the Vet.
The Kuvasz has a very sturdy double coat. The outercoat should always remain moderately coarse, and should never be smooth. The undercoat is fine, soft, and somewhat silky. This breed may have either a straight or wavy coat.
This breed is naturally very intelligent and obedient, however he should require a firm handler yet gentle training as this breed can be sensitive to the tone of your voice. The Kuvasz does remarkably well in herding and obedience. Teaching your dog to sit, lie down, and stay is vital to the training of your new puppy. There are several accepted methods of house training your new Kuvasz puppy. Consider crate training if you need to adapt your dog to a safe and confined environment for various safety and comfort reasons.
The Kuvasz should have regular exercise, preferably daily. This breed bores easily and can become destructive without the proper entertainment, so he should always have room to run. A medium fenced yard will suffice. Socialization is one of the single most important things you can do for your puppy.
Male: 100-115; Female: 70-90 lbs
Male: 28-30; Female: 26-28 inches
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Glacier Creek Kuvasz
Member Since: July 2005
Location: Helena, Montana
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Top Grand Champion producing Hungarian Kuvasz breeder. Puppies imprinted on goats. Montana is a healthy environment free from fleas, heartworm and tick diseases. Puppies will be sired by a male imported from one of the top breeders in Hungary! Summer litters planned with Tezla, #1 Kuvasz and Teslina. There should be some outstanding show prospects as well as experienced farm guardians. Puppies are raised on our rugged forested property that backs up to the continental divide. Bears, wolves, mountain lions, coyotes, eagles etc all cross the property where the pups learn to patrol. Now taking reservations for puppies due soon!

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Anonymous asked:
We acquired my parents dog which is Kuvasz and Great Pyrenees (jewel). She is very loving and constantly wants attention. We love here dearly. We already had 3 other dogs, a Pomeranian (male), a black lab (female) and a 13-year-old Shepard Mastiff mix (male). None of our current dogs are aggressive what so ever. Jewel has now attacked our Shepherd Mastiff a few times, and it has always been right after feeding. The attack has always been unprovoked from the Shepherd Mastiff (he was just walking by). Jewel has never shown aggression to the other 2 dogs. We are unsure what to do. Jewel is not fixed but thinking that might help. Is this a common problem with this breed?



Jewel should be fixed. But what could also be the problem is food aggression or possession aggression. Meaning she feels possessive of her things, such as a food bowl, because she is used to being alone and now she's not. Since your Shepherd/Mastiff is the largest of the three, she could feel him as a threat.


Maybe you should have researched the breed, visited several breeders before bringing Jewel into that environment. I have had Kuvaszok for 25 years and it's hard to mix them with other dogs. Definitely take Jewel to obedience classes.

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How many weeks until you can bath a Kuvasz puppy?



Puppies can be bathed anytime after their eyes are open, which happens at about 2 weeks old. But it is best to allow the mother to clean her pups until they are at least 6-7 weeks old before you do their first bath. Spot clean if they have poop or pee on them with a warm/wet cloth.


You may bathe a dirty puppy but as a rule you never bathe a Kuvasz. Buy a good brush and avoid shampoo, it's bad for their skin.

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Does the Kuvasz breed shed?

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Yes, Kuvasz shed profusely.

Anonymous asked:
I have a 14 month Male Berner who is absolutely gorgeous and has a fantastic demeanor. We were thinking of getting a Kuvasz but were not sure whether the Kuvasz (Male or Female) would be an issue with the Berner.

Thanks a ton!

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In general, there should not be an issue, I know a gal who owns Kuvasz and Berners. The issue is individual dogs, and particularly at what ages you get them/introduce them. Again, in general, getting a female Kuvasz (is your Berner neutered??) is the safest bet for making fast friends, but males can get along just fine. In Kuvasz, if any combination is more likely to have issue, it's two females not getting along. Good luck!

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Are Kuvasz good with children?

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Are the children good with dogs? If the children are dog savvy and you know what makes a Kuvasz tic, then Kuvaszs can be quite nurturing with children and will lay down their lives for their families.

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Updated: 7/5/2015