The Dogo Argentino was created in Argentina by Dr Antonio Nores Martinez with the help of his brother Agustin Nores Martinez in the 1920’s. Their aim was to create the ultimate big game hunter. The foundation breed of the Dogo was the now extinct Fighting dog of Cordoba which was a local fighting strain created from crosses between Spanish Bulldogs, English Bull and Terrier types and German dogs taken to Argentina over the years. MORE INFO COMING SOON!
A hunting Dogo Argentino in America
This female was an early Dogo Argentino owned by the creator of the breed Dr António Nores Martínez
‘Chacho’ de los Andes with Dr Raul A. Zeballos in 1970, Colombia
A hunting Dogo in America
Two working Dogos in Italy
Dogo Argentino in Italy
A pair of hunting Dogo Argentinos in America