Kuvasz Dog Breed
- Males – 28 to 30 inches at the withers, Females – 26 to 28 inches at the withers
- Males – 100 to 115 pounds, Females 70 to 90 pounds
- Conformation, Obedience
A spirited dog of keen intelligence, determination and courage, the Kuvasz served for centuries as a companion and guard dog to European royalty. Well-muscled and agile, this ancient Hungarian breed later was found well-suited for herding livestock. The Kuvasz is a gentle, patient, devoted and protective family companion. An active working dog, he does best with daily exercise. His coat is easily maintained, needing brushing but little bathing.
Did you know The Kuvasz’s name comes from the Turkish word "kawasz," which means "armed guard of the nobility."The plural of Kuvasz is Kuvaszok.