Hungarian Komondor dog is a native breed in Hungary. The National Bank of Hungary (October 4) issued a new collection coin highlighting a native Hungarian dog breed, the second in a series of coins launched last year to commemorate Hungarian Komondor dog. The coins were issued on World Animal Day. The new coin features Hungarian Komondor dog, also known as Hungarian shepherd dog. Hungarian Komondor dog is a large white domestic animal guard dog with unique long and rope fur.
Hungarian Komondor dog was originally raised to protect livestock. Due to its dignified appearance and honest and brave behavior, they are still good at this work, so they have won the respect of animal shepherds and herdsmen. The name Komondor comes from Komondor, which means “KuMan dog”, although the breed itself is the offspring of Tibetan dogs from Asia. The American Dog Club recognized the Hungarian Komondor dog breed in 1937, but until the early 1960s, there were few Hungarian Komondor dogs outside Hungary.
Hungarian Komondor dog is sometimes described as “braided dog”, or “nature’s cutest mop”. These references refer to Hungarian Komondor dog’s very unusual hair type clusters, which naturally form long mattress strands. Therefore, the fur of Hungarian Komondor dog should not be washed, but their fur does need a lot of human intervention to keep their white color free from dirt, debris and parasites. Regular visits to beauticians should also be considered. In terms of temperament, Hungarian Komondor dog has a lot of feelings for his family. These Hungarian Komondor dogs are smart and eager to be liked. Because they are very protective, they are excellent watchdogs and bark if something goes wrong. They prefer to have enough space to run and consume energy. Nevertheless, Hungarian Komondor dog seems content to spend hours following its owner around the house, because Hungarian Komondor dog is not a high maintenance dog. Buy a Komondor.
The coins were produced in Budapest by the Hungarian mint on behalf of the National Bank and designed by the metalworker Imre bograka. The front captures the Hungarian Komondor dog with its thick linear fur, which is an excellent heat insulation material and also protects the Hungarian Komondor dog from injury when working. With its unique posture, this provides a symbolic line of sight command authority. The inscription Magyarorsz Á g (“Hungary”) is placed on top of the main design along the upper edge. The denomination of the 2000 forint is below the Komondor, the year 2020 is on the right, and the mint mark of the Hungarian Mint is on the left.
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