Dogue argentino

dogue argentino

What is a Dogo Argentino used for?

Dog ( domestic dog) The Dogo Argentino is a large, white, muscular breed of dog that was developed in Argentina primarily for the purpose of big-game hunting, including wild boar. The breeder, Antonio Nores Martínez, also wanted a dog that would exhibit steadfast bravery and willingly protect its human companion.

Is the Dogo Argentino A Dangerous Dog?

With his dog-fighting ancestry, dog aggression can be a problem. The Dogo Argentino should be thoroughly socialized with other dogs from an early age. He should not be kept with another dog of the same sex. With his strong prey drive, Dogos should not be kept with cats, either, unless raised with them.

Where can I find a Dogo Argentino breeder?

The Dogo Argentino is relatively rare in North America, so its best to locate a Dogo Argentino breeder. The Dogo Argentino Club of America is the parent club for the breed in the United States, and has resources such as breeder lists that can help locate a Dogo. If you like the Dogo Argentino, you might also like these breeds:

What does a Dogo Argentino look like?

The ideal Dogo Argentino is a study in harmony. He is large, powerful, and athletic. His strong head is supported by a thick, but elegant neck that connects to a balanced body, which is sustained by straight, substantial forelegs and very muscular, medium-angulated hindquarters. The Dogo gives the impression of explosive power and energy.

What is a Dogo Argentino breed?

Breed Standard. The Dogo Argentino is a pack-hunting dog, bred for the pursuit of big-game such as wild boar and puma, and possesses the strength, intelligence and quick responsiveness of a serious athlete.

Is the Dogo Argentino legal to hunt?

Hunting and legality. While the Dogo Argentino was bred primarily from the extinct Cordoba Dog, it was bred to be a cooperative hunter, i.e. to accompany other catch dogs and bay dogs on the hunt without fighting with the other dogs. The Dogo Argentino is banned, or has ownership restrictions, in certain countries,...

Are there any health problems with a Dogo Argentino?

In general, the Dogo Argentino is a healthy dog with few genetic problems. Working with a responsible breeder, prospective owners can gain the education they need to learn about specific health concerns within the breed. Beyond regular weekly grooming, the occasional bath will keep your dog clean and looking their best.

Do Dogo Argentino dogs chase cats?

Many Dogo Argentinos also have a high prey drive and will chase cats and other small pets. The Dogo Argentino was methodically developed in the Cordoba region of Argentina in 1928 by Dr. Antonio Nores Martinez, who wished to create a breed as a big-game hunting dog.

Where can I buy a Dogo Argentino puppy?

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What are the top 20 Dogo Argentino dog names of 2017?

Weve compiled the top 20 male and female names for 2017 after analyzing the sale of 562 Dogo Argentino dogs. 1. Sylvia 2. Zana 3. Bruno 4.

When did Dogo Argentino Kennel start?

We have been living with the breeds since year 1999. We started our Dogo Argentino kennel with two Argentine import dogos in 1996. Our dogs are family members, and they have been very successful at various dog shows too. Our kennel is Master Breeders in Hungary since 2006. We believe that both health and standard regulations are equally essential.

Why is the Dogo Argentino banned in the UK?

In 1991 the Dogo Argentino was banned in Britain under the Dangerous Dog Act. They are also banned in Australia. With a unique coat, extremely strong jaws, and intense expression, the Dogo Argentino is a muscular breed of Mastiff proportion.

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