CimarrÃ³n Uruguayos are generally healthy dogs, but they may be prone to hip dysplasia and eye problems. Regular vet check-ups are recommended.
CimarrÃ³n Uruguayos are intelligent and trainable, but they require a firm and consistent approach to training. Early socialization is also important.
CimarrÃ³n Uruguayos require a high-quality diet that is appropriate for their size and activity level. They typically eat 2-3 cups of food per day, divided into two meals.
The average weight of a male CimarrÃ³n Uruguayo is 38-45 kg, while females weigh 33-40 kg.
Yes, CimarrÃ³n Uruguayos are natural guard dogs that are protective of their family and territory. They require early socialization and training to prevent aggression.