Dogo Argentino

The Life of Animals | Dogo Argentino | The Dogo Argentino is a large white short-coated dog with a smooth muscular body That rarely has any markings (any type of markings or spots on the coat is Considered a flaw). Height From 23 ½ inches to 26 inches (females) or 24 to 27 inches (males), Measured at the withers. The length of the body is just slightly longer than the height, but female dogs may be somewhat longer in body than male dogs.

As in the Dalmatian, white Boxer, and the white Bull Terrier, the Dogo-related pigments may experience deafness. Hip dysplasia is also a possibility in this breed. While the Dogo Argentino was primarily from the Extinct Bred Fighting Dog of Cordoba, it was Bred to be a cooperative hunter; to accompany other dogs catch and bay dogs on the hunt without fighting with the other dogs.

Aggressive traits inherent in the Cordoban Dog Bred specifically were the resource persons out; to enable a stable cooperative nature in a pack. However, in particular areas where dog fighting Continues, Dogos Argentinos have rarely been used for fighting due to Their non-aggressive nature.

In the United Kingdom, it is illegal to own Dogos Argentinos without specific exemption from a court per the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991, and dogs of the breed may be seized by the police The maximum fine for illegal possession of a Dogo Argentino is £ 5000 and / or up to six months' imprisonment Breed-specific legislation varies in the United States, with bans on the breed enacted in Aurora, Colorado and New York City public housing. The Australian government has banned the importation of this dog.  Dogos are big-game hunters and are Sometimes Trained for search and rescue, police assistance, and military work.

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