Argentine Dogo

The Argentine Dogos (also known as Argentino Dogo or Argentine Mastiff) are large, white and muscular dogs developed in Argentina. They are bred for big-game such as hunting, including wild boar and puma. They are also called Argentine Mastiff and Dogo Argentino.

These dogs are naturally robust, very intelligent and have a quick response as of a serious athlete. Their short, plain and smooth coat is completely white although a dark patch around the eyes is allowed as long as it does not go more than 10% of the head.

The Dogo is cheerful, humble and friendly dog. They don't bark so much and are never aggressive. They are very affectionate to their family and love children. This dog needs extensive daily exercise to keep their athletic condition and pleasant disposition. Grooming for them are fairly easy. They need proper leadership and sufficient exercise to make living with these dogs a delight.

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