Dogo Argentino: The Descendants Of Cordoba Fighting Dog Breed

When in the 1920s, Dr. Antonio Nores Martinez wanted to develop a breed that can hunt wild boars for him through the rough terrain of Argentina, he chose two dog breeds to crossbreed and make a Dogo Argentino.

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Dogo Argentinos are banned in many countries. That leads to a problem in them being trustworthy even in the countries they have not been banned in.

Contrary to the aggression that comes out while hunting, a Dogo Argentino is a happy dog in general. Towards their family, they show unusual loyalty and affection.

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A Dogo Argentino on average stands at 24-27 inches tall and weighs on average 80-100 pounds. The size of these dogs gets them sorted into the big dog’s category.