7 edition of Kuvasz (Comprehensive Owners Guides) found in the catalog.
May 30, 2007
by Kennel Club Books
Written in English
|Contributions||Isabelle Francais (Photographer)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||155|
The Kuvasz (Template:IPA-hu), is an ancient breed of a livestock dog of Hungarian origin. Mention of the breed can be found in old Hungarian texts. It has historically been used as a royal guard dog, or to guard livestock, but has been increasingly found in homes as a pet over the last seventy years. Kuvasz on unkarilainen paimenkoirarotu tai oikeammin -rotu kehitettiin vuosisatojen saatossa suojelemaan karjaa, omaisuutta ja omistajaansa susilta, muilta pedoilta ja varkailta. Muita suuria valkoisia vartioivia koiria ovat slovakiancuvac, owczarek podhalanski, maremmano-abruzzese, pyreneittenkoira ja komondor.
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Stud books for the Kuvasz date as far back as the mid th century, when the dogs were bred for guardian work and hunting on great estates. King Matthias I of Hungary -- whose reign () occurred during a turbulent period in Hungarian history -- kept a . Kuvasz were also used at that time for large game hunting. Today, Kuvasz work as livestock guardians, protecting flocks of sheep and goats from many predators. They are similar to other Middle Eastern guardian dogs such as the Maremma and the akbash. In the Disney movie "Homeward Bound II," the lovely Delilah is a Kuvasz.
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Kuvasz temperament, personality, training, behavior, pros and cons, advice, and information, by Michele Welton, Dog Trainer, Behavioral Consultant, Author of 15 Dog Books A cuddly white fluffball as a puppy, the Kuvasz matures into a bold, spirited dog, determined to protect those who are dear to him.
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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. /5(4). An ancient breed from the Middle East region, the Kuvasz is hailed as one of Hungary’s fearless and courageous flock-guardian dogs. His large, muscular frame is enrobed in a solid white, full, luxu.
Kuvasz 6 months+ For Sale; Want to Learn More About Hungarian Kuvasz. Years ago, a good friend of mine, Steve Hounsell wrote a small book about The Hungarian Kuvasz.
He has graciously allowed Kuvasz book to share it with you. Simply click on the ebook cover to get access. (The photo is of. The Kuvasz (Hungarian pronunciation:), is an ancient breed of livestock dog of Hungarian origin. Mention of the breed can be found in old Hungarian texts. They have historically been royal guard dogs, or guarded livestock, but have been increasingly found in homes as pets over the last seventy years.
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Vol 2,includes a DVD. _____ Top. Kuvasz Breeders. In the event you decide to go looking for Kuvasz puppies, be SURE to Kuvasz book reputable breeders that REALLY know what they. Breed Profile.
The Hungarian Kuvasz is among the oldest of all the dog breeds, dating back some 7, years. It is believed that he is descended from the Tibetan Mastiff and may be related to the Great Pyrenees and Maremma. He was a favourite guard dog for nobility and was also used for hunting, herding and protecting livestock, which he still does today.
The year is the year the very first Kuvasz was entered in the American Kennel Club Stud Book. The Slovakian Kovasz is also known as the Hungarian Kuvasz and Ku Assa.
The life expectancy of a Kuvasz is between 10 and 12 years. I have a question about the Kuvasz that I don't see answered on your web site. It's probably answered in one of my books: If it's a question about training a puppy (2 to 18 months old), you'll want Respect Training For Puppies: 30 Seconds to a Calm, Polite, Well-Behaved Puppy.
The Kuvasz is a healthy breed overall, and responsible breeders will screen their stock for health conditions such as elbow and hip dysplasia, autoimmune thyroiditis, patellar luxation, cardiac.
VERY RARE & Hard to Find Book on the KUVASZ dog (Kuvasok). Gorgeous GLOSSY Paper used through-out this unique HARDBACK book. Hardback book w/ Dust Jacket. OUT OF PRINT IN THE USA.
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An ancient breed from the Middle East region, the Kuvasz is hailed as one of Hungar 5/5(1). The Kuvasz originated in Tibet, but developed into the breed it is today in Hungary. Some authors claim that the Kuvasz has been known since the age of the Huns.
Others describe it as a sheepdog that accompanied the Turkish refugees and their flocks fleeing the Mongols into Hungary in Its name in Turkish means "protector.". Kuvasz, plural kuvaszok, Hungarian breed of guard and shepherd dog whose reputation as a watchdog was unexcelled during the Middle Ages, when it was kept by kings and nobles.
The breed originated many centuries ago, perhaps in Central Asia, whence it spread to Hungary, Turkey, India, Tibet, and kuvasz of modern times stands about 26 to 30 inches (66 to 76 cm) and weighs about 70.
Kuvasz definition: a breed of large dog from Hungary with a long white coat | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
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.
The Kuvasz is a large dog, slightly longer than tall, with medium bone. This breed is not bulky, but is light-footed, with a free, easy gait.
The breed’s combination of power and agility stems from versatile roots as a guardian, hunter, and herder. INTRODUCTION The current American Kennel Club standard on the Kuvasz was adopted by the parent club on July 9,re-formatted on.
History of the Kuvasz --Characteristics of the Kuvasz --Breed standard for the Kuvasz --Your puppy Kuvasz --Proper care of your Kuvasz --Training your Kuvasz --Healthcare of your Kuvasz --Showing your Kuvasz.
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FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters. Author: Nikki Moustaki.A Kuvasz is pages of Hungarian text, color photos, historical color prints, tables, charts, and drawings.
It was edited by Kuvasz Judge József Hódosi and published by the Hungaria Kuvasz Klub in The page English translation of the text was commissioned and edited by the International Kuvasz Book Project to supplement the Hungarian language book.