Argentine Dogo - Training Course on Argentine Dogos

The Argentine Dogo Trainers -
Argentine Dogo Facts & Information
All About Argentine Dogo Training & Care

Argentine Dogo image
Our Products:  Free Course on Argentine Dogo | | Potty Training |

The Argentine Dogo training information you will read here was developed by a panel of renowned dog training experts whose combined wisdom represents nearly 100 years of specialist experience training dogs.

Here are a few of our experts:

Ty Brown

Ty has been featured in National TV and Radio shows like Voice of America and has been

training dogs ever since he was 14 years old.

NBA players, NFL players, professional golfers, singers, wrestlers, governors, CEOs, billionaire entrepreneurs, and many other celebrities trust Ty because of his unique approach to training their pets.

He has trained dogs in 18 states in the U.S.A and four other countries worldwide and has spent several years working with high level executive protection dogs who make wonderful family pets, but potent guardians if called upon.

Val Heart

Val is an internationally recognized Expert Animal Communicator and Master

Healer who has authored 6 books on Animal Communication and has been featured in several TV and Radio shows such as the Wayne & Jayne Radio Show and Whole Life Radio with Carmen & John LaMarca.

Her uncanny insight into 'animal thought' comes from having intimately worked with over 6,200 animals during the past 30 years, which is why we trust her profound experience when she speaks.

Dr. Susan Lauten

Dr. Lauten has a Masters in Animal Nutrition and a Ph.D in Biomedical Sciences.

Recently a guest of

Dr. Marty Becker on "Top Vets Talk Pets" and interviewed by The Oregon Live, she has authored several peer-reviewed articles and veterinary nutrition reference book chapters.

With 5 years of experience teaching Veterinary Nutrition at a Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Dr. Lauten brings unequalled veterinary perspective into how your dog should be cared for both medically and nutritionally.

Sally Rushmore

Sally has a current practice which teaches nearly 200 young dog owners to train their dogs in obedience and

agility each year.

Having spent over 40 years training dogs, Sally has proven experience in helping dogs to love and obey their owners and bond deeply with them - while guiding owners to truly appreciate the wonderful gift of friendship this inevitably brings.

Argentine Dogo - Free Online Seminars and Free Training Course on Argentine Dogos

Argentine Dogo - Free Online Seminars and Free Training Course on Argentine Dogo Puppies

Argentine Dogo - Free Online Seminars and Free Training Course on Argentine Dogos

Free Training Course on How to Stop Your Argentine Dogo from Barking

Free Training Course on How to Stop Your Argentine Dogo from Biting

Free Training Course on How to Stop Your Argentine Dogo from Being Aggressive

Free Training Course on How to Cure Your Argentine Dogo's Separation Anxiety

Free Training Course on How to Housebreak Your Argentine Dogo

Free Course on Obedience Training Your Argentine Dogo

Get Instant Access to Your Training Now - For Free

Sign up to be notified of our next free online seminar as well as subscribe to the Argentine Dogo Mini Course and Learn New and Advanced Argentine Dogo Training and Argentine Dogo Care, Tips, Methods and Strategies, FREE!

You'll learn new Commands to Obedience train your dog to finally end bad habits like barking, biting or pulling on the leash.

Housetraining and Feeding your Argentine Dogo the right way will suddenly become easy and fun.

The Free Online Seminars and the Free Argentine Dogo Mini Course offers:

  • How to lead and think like a pack dog - the new psychology
  • How to handle this muscled and powerfully built breed.
  • Potty training step-by-step guide for the easiest yet most effective ways to avoid 'accidents' from your Argentine Dogo.
  • How to improve your Argentine Dogo's lifespan with a healthy and nutritious diet.
  • How to teach your Argentine Dogo to listen to you all the time.
  • How to turn your unruly, disobedient Argentine Dogo into a loving, friendly companion.
  • Getting Pro help fast - how to get access to our expert trainers when you need them most
  • One hidden psychological trigger that all Argentine Dogos have... that practically allows you to "analyze" and "control" your Argentine Dogo's every action
  • A surprisingly easy way to teach your Argentine Dogo cool new tricks

875,000 others have already taken the free mini course training and proven its power to breathe happy, obedient life into their dogs and inspire a loving new relationship with them.

If you want to know the secrets to successfully raising a Argentine Dogo into much more than just a loving companion then get started right away - it's the simplest way to get back 100 times what you put into training your Argentine Dogo today.

Dogo Argentino: Origin, Personality, Fitness & Health (Argentine Dogo, Dogo)


Group: The Argentine Dogo is classified under the Mastiff group. It has been given the Working Group designation.

Also Known As: Argentine Dogo is also known as Dogo Argentino and Argentinian Mastiff. It is commonly referred to by its nickname Dogo.


About Argentine Dogo

Country of Origin, History of the breed

Origin and History of the Breed

The Argentine Dogo breed was developed in the 1920s in Argentina. Dr. Antonio Nores Martinez had given rise to this breed.

The objective of the breeding endeavor was to create a dog that could be a good pack hunter and guardian and could also be trusted with the family.

The Cordoba Fighting Dog was chosen as the base for the breed. Upon crossing it with Great Dane, Boxer, Spanish Mastiff, Old English Bulldog, Bull Terrier, Great Pyrenees, Pointer, Irish Wolfhound and Dogue de Bordeaux the Argentine Dogo was finally created.

The Dogo’s features suitably met the initial expectations of Dr. Martinez and also turned out to be a worthy guide dog.

It also proved to be successful in military and police work.

Breed Selector Tool - is the Argentine Dogo the right breed for you?

Is the Argentine Dogo the right breed for you and your family?
Find out by using our Free Dog Breed Selector Tool

Check Your Argentine Dogo's Learning Style

Are you aware dogs also have a learning style that can greatly affect their ability to housetrain as well as be trained correctly. Evaluate your Argentine Dogo's learning style and personality using our free Learning Style tool so that you are better able to provide him with the proper training methods.

Is your Argentine Dogo dominating over you?

Does your Argentine Dogo bark unnecessarily? Does your Argentine Dogo come to you when you call? Download a FREE Report on Dog Dominance for you and your Argentine Dogo and learn how to control your dog.

Do you make these mistakes with your Argentine Dogo?

Are you inadvertently snow-balling bad behavior in your Argentine Dogo? Evaluate your Dog Training Style from our Free Tool and learn how best to deal with your dog.

Argentine Dogo Calorie Calculator

Do you know how many calories your Argentine Dogo needs every day and how many cups of food you should be giving it every day? Click here to use our Argentine Dogo Calorie Calculator.

A General Description of the Breed

The Argentine Dogo is a graceful dog having a smooth and muscular body. It is large in size and has superior athletic abilities. The dog has got very strong and tenacious jaws. It has got a short, sleek, glossy, thick and white coat that is capable of reflecting heat. It does not have an undercoat. The length of the body of the Argentine Dogo is slightly longer than tall. The females are found to be somewhat longer in body than the males.

The skull is slightly domed and massive in size and the front of the dog’s head is convex with a moderate stop. The muzzle is powerful and is slightly higher at the nose than at the stop. The skull and the muzzle are of nearly the same length. It is customary to keep the ears of the dogs cropped. However, they may also be allowed to hang naturally- close to the skull. The eyes of the dog are dark brown or dark hazel in color and one can find an alert, intelligent and intense expression in them. The nose is black. The Argentine Dogo’s chest is wide and deep. This makes it look strong. The neck skin is loose and this offers protection during hunts. The tail is relatively short. It is set low and is thick at the base and tapering. It reaches to the hock. The tail is never carried over the back of the dog. When excited, however, the dog can swing its tail and carry it high.


Heights of Argentine Dogos vary between 23.5 inches and 27 inches.

Male dogs: 24.3 inches
Female dogs: 23.5 inches.


Argentine Dogos’ weights vary between 75 pounds and 100 pounds.

Housetraining Dogo Argentinos
An Unique Guide to Housebreaking Your Dog, Quickly and Easily

Help Your Dogo Argentino Live Longer
Make Your Dog Radiantly Healthy with
130+ Delicious, Lip Smacking, Safe, Home-cooked Food

Planning To Adopt A Dogo Argentino Puppy?
Get "Super Dogs and Puppies" and
Learn How to Choose a Healthy and Trainable Dog

Dogo Argentino Training Secrets
Train Your Dog to Obey You and
Stop All Bad Behavior, Excessive Barking and Biting



Temperament of the Breed

Argentine Dogos are affectionate dogs. They are loyal to the members of the families that keep them as pets. They crave for attention and seek a firm and consistent but loving hand to take care of them. The Dogos are playful and intelligent creatures. They love to kiss and cuddle with the members of the household where they are kept. They have high pain bearing capacities and are tolerant towards children who may playfully cause them pain.

The Dogos act protectively about what they perceive as their territory and guard this fearlessly. If properly socialized from young age, especially with dogs of the same sex, then they can get along pretty well with other dogs later. However, that does not ensure that they will never pick up fights with other dogs trying to assert dominance over them.

The Argentine Dogo is exceptionally skilled in hunting, tracking, acting as a watchdog, guarding, police work, military work and narcotics detection.

Better suited to outdoor or indoor lifestyle?

Argentine Dogos can be kept in apartments provided they get enough exercise. It is best for the dog if the home has a yard of average size. It is important to bear in mind that even though the Dogo can be kept outside the home at other times it needs to be brought indoors in case temperatures drop below freezing point.

How active is the breed?

The Argentine Dogo needs to be exercised regularly. A daily long walk or jog will meet the exercising requirements of the Dogo.

Housetraining Dogo Argentinos
An Unique Guide to Housebreaking Your Dog, Quickly and Easily

Help Your Dogo Argentino Live Longer
Make Your Dog Radiantly Healthy with
130+ Delicious, Lip Smacking, Safe, Home-cooked Food

Planning To Adopt A Dogo Argentino Puppy?
Get "Super Dogs and Puppies" and
Learn How to Choose a Healthy and Trainable Dog

Dogo Argentino Training Secrets
Train Your Dog to Obey You and
Stop All Bad Behavior, Excessive Barking and Biting



The nails of Dogos grow pretty fast. Hence these need to be frequently clipped. The dog is an average shedder and the single white coat is easy to care for. It does not emit doggy odor too.


Health and Care

Though the Argentine Dogo is generally considered to be a healthy dog breed, yet, like other breeds the Dogo too may be having certain genetic disorders. Deafness is a problem especially associated with white dogs like the Dogo. The Dogo may be born partially or completely deaf. Thus it is important for all Dogos to be BAER (Brainstem Auditory Evoked Response) tested. Hip Dysplasia is yet another disorder of Dogos that needs to be checked out.

Subscribe Now - For Free!!

Get Access to our Free Online Argentine Dogo Training Seminars and Subscribe to the Mini Course, today!

Get insider secrets on Housetraining, Obedience Training, Teaching Commands, Diet and How to Control its Bad Behavior like Barking and Biting - delivered to your email Inbox for FREE.

Just fill in your details below and get started...

Privacy Policy: Your email address is 100% safe. We do not Spam.You may Unsubscribe from our mailing list anytime you want.


Life Expectancy

Dogos live for around 10 or 12 years.





Don't want our free course? Check out our premium training product:

Regular Price: $97
Current Special Price: $37

What Others Say...

Did you know we have over 875,000 subscribers of the FREE Argentine Dogo Training mini course?

You can also subscribe for free, but first...

Read what other dog owners just like you found when they subscribed to this mini course:

"I was amazed at how quickly he (Buttons) picked up the commands... Your mini course taught me the most efficient, gentle, fun way to bond with my dog.

My dog is my buddy, now, instead of being a nuisance. That little dog did everything I asked of him, almost flawlessly. I can't remember a time when I was any more proud."

Ben Bartlett,
Jerome, Idaho

"I trained Hamish from your Mini course. He is now an obedient dog, he understands all my commands, I feel proud when people comment on how well behaved he is."

Doug Eames,
Riga, Latvia

"Without this mini course, Ginger's aggressiveness towards other dogs would have escalated. I would recommend everyone to get this course - you will be glad to get a well trained puppy at the end."

Karla Robertson,
Woodbridge, Virginia

"The mini-course gives insights into the way a dog thinks and reacts to behavior training. I have been able to stop T Bone's chewing habits because of this course."

Helen McCormick,
Montvale, Virginia

Free Course on Argentine Dogo
Potty Training

Argentine Dogo Potty Training

Pet Affiliate Program - Make Money from Your Website | Potty Training Your Dog | Dog Grooming | Best Homemade Dog Recipes | Adopt a Dog or Puppy | Stop Dog Barking | Dog Biting | Dog Products | Dog Blog | Dog Exercising | Dog Health
Dog Training - Home Page | About Us | Privacy Policy | Terms Of Use | Sitemap | Resources | Training Small Dog Breeds | Training Medium Dog Breeds | Training Large Dog Breeds | Our Tribute | TrainPetDog Reviews | Contact Us

Copyright © 2007 - All rights reserved.

All trademarks, trade names, service marks and logos referenced herein belong to their respective companies. The use of the trademarks, trade names, service marks or logos of other companies does not necessarily mean that those companies are associated with, or endorse,