Kevilyn's Blizzard Blowing
Blizzard was placed in a home in Illinois when he was ten weeks. Kevilyn's stayed in touch with the owner and all appeared fine. The owner sent pictures and updates regularly. When Blizzard was 15 months, Kevilyn's received word that a couple in Iowa was selling a Komondor, thought to be one of Kevilyn's, on an internet site . After contacting the original owner we discovered our contract had been breached and Blizzard had been sold to the people in Iowa. Unprepared to deal with a Komondor, they placed an ad for him three days after he arrived. Kevilyn's immediately made arrangements to buy Blizzard back and traveled to bring him back home to South Carolina.
Kevilyn's rehomed him with Joyce and Harry Henderson of Rock Hill, SC.
Their previous Komondor (who was also re-homed with them by the breeder when the original home did not work out) had recently passed away.
It could not have been a better placement!!!! Blizzard has "blossomed" under their care and has healed both emotionally and physically at a great cost to them.
A special thanks to Joyce and Harry
for always being there when a
Komondor is in need!!!
Kevilyn's Blizzard Blowing shown here with the Henderson's granddaughter
We are forever responsible for those which we have tamed
Below are examples of why ALL Kevilyn's puppies are placed with
a binding, non-negotiable contract and we do take our contract seriously!
Home Sweet Home
Did you know...
At the end of the Beatles' song "A Day in the Life", an ultrasonic whistle, audible only to dogs, was recorded by Paul McCartney for his Shetland sheepdog.
This page was last updated: May 5, 2014
Kevilyn's Icys of Ari
Icys, a puppy from our first litter, shown here at her first show at six months winning Best Puppy
Bred By Me and Loved By Others.....
"The dog was created specially for children. He is the god of frolic."
Henry Ward Beecher
Komondors and Children
Komondors love children. If raised with a child, they will always love children... A word of caution, however due to the size of a Komondor puppy close monitoring is advised when interacting with a toddler. A Komondor puppy is as immature as a toddler and can easily knock over a toddler during normal puppy play.
Komondors and Other Pets
I am often asked if Komondors get along with other pets....The answer is yes, provided they are
raised with them. The Komondor will actually consider the other pet as a part of his flock.
Kevilyn's Komondors as Beloved Family Members
Did you know...
An estimated 1 million dogs in the United States have been named the primary beneficiary in their owner's will.
In the following case, our contract was honored and the Komondor was returned to us. We are very appreciative!!
Who says a "showdog" can't work????
Cain, a puppy from our "A" litter was originally placed in a show home and was shown sporadically the first two years of his life. Unfortunately, as Cain matured and the novelty of owning a Komondor wore off, his owner found he just did not have the time to devote to Cain. Komondors are always a work in progress. Kevilyn's Komondorok rehomed him in an experienced working home where he has remained for the last four years and has exceeded all expectations.
We are very proud of Cain!
Cain watches over his farm in Blackville, SC.
We hear he is a wonderful guardian!!
Photo used with permission
Kevilyn's Dori's Delight
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