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A Hungarian dog who would, in groups, take down large prey, such as wolves or bear. They have worked as livestock dogs as well. They came to America in the Great Depression. The name actually means mongrel.

Very protective of the family, this dog will sometimes confuse children playing as an attack, and move to protect them. It is, as a rule, very calm unless in a protection situation.