Argentinsk Dogge
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Anerkjent av FCI
FCI nummer: 292
Gruppe 2: Pinscher-, schnauzer-, molosser og sennenhunder
Seksjon 2: Molosser
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Foundation Stock Service (FSS)
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ANDRE NAVN: Dogo Argentino, Argentinian Mastiff
VEKT: Hann: 40-50kg
Tispe: 40-50kg
HØYDE: Hann: 61-69 cm
Tispe: 58-66 cm
FARGE(R): Hvit
PELS: Glatt

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Argentinsk Dogge
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Dogo Argentino
Om Dogo Argentino:

Eligible Registries: Argentine Dogo Club of America, Dogo Argentino Club of America, Any Acceptable Domestic or Foreign Registry

Contact: Argentine Dogo Club of America, Amanda Jones, President and Registrar, 302 E. Plank Rd., Port Matilda, PA 16870,

Contact: Dogo Argentino Club of America, Beau Collins –, Katherine "Mixie" Kubicek –


  • From the May 2010 Board Meeting – The Argentine Dogo will be eligible to compete in the Miscellaneous Class, effective January 1, 2011.
  • From the May 2007 Board Meeting - The Argentine Dogo will be eligible to compete in Companion Events effective January 1, 2008.


This breed has its origin in the province of Cordoba, in the central (Mediterranean) region of the Republic of Argentina.

Its creator was Dr. Antonio Nores Martinez, a (renowned) doctor and member of a traditional family. In 1928, his passion for dogs, perhaps a family legacy, led him to set the bases and a standard for a new dog breed which he named Dogo Argentino. His work was based upon the methodical crossbreeding of several purebreds with the old fighting dog from Cordoba, a dog which was very strong and vigorous.

After a thorough and minute character study and selection, through different generations, Dr. Nores Martinez accomplished his purpose, obtaining the first family. At the beginning it was generally considered a dog for fighting but Dr. Nores Martinez's liking for hunting led him to take the dog to one of his habitual hunting trips, where the new breed demonstrated its skills, thus becoming a key figure in all his trips. Thus it became quickly an excellent big-game hunting dog.

With the passing of time, this adaptating capacity has made this dog very versatile as regards functions; it has proved to be a noble companion and a loyal and insurmountable protector of those it loves. Its strength, tenacity, sharp sense of smell and bravery make it the best dog among those used for hunting wild boars, peccaries, pumas and other country predators which can be found in the vast and heterogeneous areas of the Argentinean territory. Its harmony, balance and its excellent athletic muscles are ideal characteristics for enduring long trips in any weather conditions and then fighting fiercely with the pursued prey.

In 1973 the breed was accepted by FCI as the first and only Argentinean breed, thanks to the great passion, work and effort of Dr. Augustin Nores Martinez, its creator's brother and successor.

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  • The Argentine Dogo has been assigned the Working Group designation.
  • The Argentine Dogo is also known as the Dogo Argentino and the Argentinian Mastiff.
  • The Argentine Dogo was developed in Argentina by Dr. Antonio Nores Martinez in the 1920's.
  • The Argentine Dogo has been recorded in the Foundation Stock Service since 1996.
  • The Argentine Dogo is one breed developed from ten. One of those breeds includes the now extinct Fighting Dog of Cordoba.
  • In Argentina, the Argentine Dogo is bred to hunt big game, primarily boar and mountain lion.
  • In 1964, the Argentine Dogo achieved recognition with the Argentine Kennel Club.