By the end of World War II, nearly all the Kuvasz dogs in Hungary had been killed. The dogs had such a reputation for protecting their families and homes that they were actively sought and killed by German and Soviet soldiers, while at the same time some German police used to take Kuvasz puppies home with them. After the Soviet invasion and the end of the war, the breed was nearly extinct in the country of its origin. After the war, it was revealed that fewer than thirty Kuvaszok were left in Hungary and some sources indicate the number may have been as few as twelve.
Compact Disco feat. Columbo - Leave It Up To Me
It’s already Christmas in Hungary! Yeey!
I never had this ‘wakin’ up at the 25th and find gifts at the end of my bed’ experience. Since here we celebrate at the evening of the 24th all I could do is running up and down madly, waiting for the skies to darkening. I’ve learnt…
some accurate thing
EASTERN EUROPE STYLE H-EEEEEEEEEY SEXAY KURVAS