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Dogo Argentino 


Dogo Argentino has a massive head with a bold look and a smooth white coat which is considered as a powerful and loyal breed for the human family. This large dog breed was first bred in 1928  which is originated in Argentina and popularly known as Argentinian Mastiff.The main purpose of this dog is for hunting and wild boar.

Dogo Argentino

As Dogo Argentino is a giant breed so it requires more food as compared to other dogs.   This dog must be prevented from killing cats and small dogs. So if you bred this dog you have to be very careful about it.

Dogo Argentino

Life Span 10 – 12 years
Color White
Temperament Cheerful, Affectionate, Loyal, Protective, Friendly, Tolerant
Height Male: 60–68 cm Female: 60–65 cm
Weight Male: 40–45 kg Female: 35–40 kg
Origin Argentina
Group Miscellaneous Class

With proper training and socialization, he will become an excellent companion and watchdog.

One more thing you should know about this impressive dog that he needs to stay active and if they become bored they will create a destructive behavior. He should not be left alone for long period of time.

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Dogo Argentino is often used for work with food police,  military, and rescue operations. This breed is popularly beloved for its loyalty which makes them excellent Watch Dogs.

Dogo Argentino Breed Characteristics

Adaptability
Adapts well to Apartment Living
Sensitivity Level
Tolerates being Alone
Friendliness
Kids Friendly
Dog Friendly
Friendly toward Strangers
Playfulness
Trainability
Easy to Train
Intelligence Level
Grooming
Shedding
Easy To Groom
Exercise Needs
Energy Level
Exercise Needs

List of the countries in which this breed is totally banned is Ukraine, Denmark, Iceland, Fiji, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and the Cayman Islands.

 In the United Kingdom, it is legally banned from owning a Dogo Argentino without a lawful Authority under the dangerous dog act 1991.

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