A male Dogo Argentino can grow up to 62-68 cm in height, while females can reach 60-65 cm.
Dogo Argentinos are generally healthy dogs, but they may be prone to hip dysplasia, deafness, and skin allergies. Regular vet check-ups are recommended.
Dogo Argentinos are intelligent and eager to please, but they can be stubborn and require consistent and firm training. Professional training is recommended for first-time owners.
Dogo Argentinos have a strong prey drive and can be aggressive towards other dogs if not socialized properly. Early socialization and training are crucial.
Yes, Dogo Argentinos are known for their affectionate and protective nature towards children. However, proper socialization and training are necessary.
Yes, Dogo Argentinos are natural guard dogs and are protective of their family and property. However, proper training and socialization are necessary to prevent aggression towards strangers.