The Dogo Argentino
The Dogo Argentino is also called the Argentinian Mastiff or Argentine Dogo. It is a large, well-muscled dog. The deep-set chest is wide. There is an abundance of skin on the muscular neck. The head is massive with a rounded shape from front to the back. The argentinian mastiff muzzle concaves upwards slightly, with a slight stop and is about the same length as the skull. The jaws are strong. The teeth should meet in a scissors bite. The nose is black.
The dogo argentino puppies eyes are set well apart, and are dark brown, light brown or hazel in color. The rims of the eyes should be pink or black. The dogos argentinos ears are set high and are usually cropped to make them stand erect, and triangular in shape. The thighs are very muscular with a short hock.
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