ALL ABOUT LIVING WITH THE DOGO ARGENTINO


– [Announcer] Dogumentary TV producing the best breed
documentaries on YouTube. (dog barks) (upbeat electronic music) – I’m Brett. – My name is Renata and these
are our daughters. – Giovanna.
– And Gigi. – We’ve had our Dogo Argentinos
for about three years now. And we have three females
and a male, Mambo. The Dogo Argentinos
are very loyal, very protective,
they are affectionate. They’re very loving. The more love you give to them,
the more they’ll give back to you. And they’re very perceptive
of our feelings. For instance,
one time, one night Sparta was in our room with us at night when we were sleeping
and I had a nightmare. And according to my husband,
I was making some primal noises and she jumped in and started
licking me and woke me up and then she laid down right next
to me and she stayed by my side the whole night. So she’s very attentive to us
and what’s going on. – We have our Dogos in an urban
setting here at our house, so the work that they get
is more protection work. I take them to the Livingstone Ranch
where they go down these valleys and chase rabbits and they get
a taste of the outdoors and the ability to run
and be really free and do what they like to do. That kind of satisfies a little bit
of their outdoors desire. – Their hunting needs.
– Their hunting needs. – They haven’t been able to catch
a jackrabbit yet, they’re pretty fast. Although, they haven’t all been
together at the same time doing this so maybe that’ll work out good. So my situation here,
where I live, in the desert. In the summer,
there’s nothing to do. It’s very hot,
the asphalt’s super hot, so the dogs will try to play inside. They’re understanding. – During the summer when they
do their playing inside because it’s too hot outside,
sometimes they play early in the morning
or in the evening. But we allow them to play
inside of the house. So, when they were little,
I removed anything they could break ’cause they
did break some things. And we tried not to have many
things around they can destroy and when they start playing,
like the rest of the year when it’s not too hot outside,
they play most of the time in the backyard. – Sometimes I’ll hose out the grass
and get everything wet towards the evening and they’ll
come out and play a little bit. But if it’s too hot, they’re only
going to play for a short time. But they do wrestle a lot. They’ll come in the house and
they’ll wrestle with each other. And if you’ve wrestle before, you know how much energy it
takes to do that for a long time. These guys do it for a long time. We also play in the backyard
with a fishing rod. The dogs go crazy trying to catch,
when they’re all out there. Walking them is something that we
do when we feel like we wanna do it. Which we try to do often
but if we can’t, for some reason, they have each other and they
play so hard in the yard they wear each other out. Like one of them is a pig
and they come inside and just crash for quite a while. So if we don’t give it to them,
they’ll go in the yard and create enough energy. So they figure out how to
get their exercise. – They run up and down the stairs. – Yeah, we allow them to do
that type of exercising when we know they haven’t
had an opportunity. They’ll run up the stairs
and chase each other around this house. One thing that is good about
our house if you’re gonna have Dogo or any dog, actually,
is the hard floors. Ours are all stone and the
maintenance is really easy. The dogs love it, and Dogos don’t have
a smell but if they did, your really wouldn’t
get too much of it ’cause that’s where a lot of
house odors come with dogs, it’s in the carpet. – But most of the time
inside of the house, they sleep a lot, they take
long naps during the day. They just hang out with us. If I’m upstairs on the computer,
they’ll hang out by the desk, lay around the desk. If we’re in the kitchen, making
dinner, preparing a meal, they stick around, some of them. Maybe they’re hoping to score
a snack or something. And at night, they like to stay
in the bedrooms with us when we’re watching TV or when
the girls are in their rooms doing what they do with
their electronics, they hang out. – [Interviewer] So you guys have
four dogs, four people, right? – Yeah.
– Okay, so Mambo’s your dog? – I think Mambo is my boy.
(giggles) – Yeah, I’m kind of the leader
of all of them so, I don’t… Tequila probably trusts me
more than anybody. They all trust me a lot ’cause
I’m the main feeder. – Well, Tequila and Sparta are
crazy about him too, they’re very close to him,
they always wanna be with him also and Mambo
is more on his own but he’s very affectionate with me. He communicates
with me very well. Sometimes when I’m at a computer
and he need something, he always talks with his paws,
so he comes to me, he taps me and I know he
wants to show me something, what he needs and I follow him
and he keeps on looking back to see if I’m coming,
if I’m following him and then sometimes the doggy door
is closed so he will take me to the door so I can open the
door so he can go outside. Or he will show me that the water
bowl is empty and I’m like, oh okay, or it’s time to eat and
I forgot that’s his time to eat. I’m like, oh, you’re hungry
and he goes to his bowl. So he communicates a lot. I feel like he’s very
expressive with his eyes. – The reason we have four,
one is, that’s our limit, we can only have four. There would probably be more
because they’re a little bit on the addicting,
’cause they’re really cool. If you hold on to them long
enough, it’s hard to let them go. The right kind of person that
would have this breed would be somebody who
has time already to put into a dog. That’s the biggest
part of it. I’ve mentioned before, some
people aren’t physically capable. So they wouldn’t work
for that either. You have to really look at that. But mostly it’s, are you ready? Is that person ready to bring
in another life that’s really going to change things? How they see life,
what they do, vacations they go on
or don’t go on now. The dog is a big changer in how that person
is going to live. So if you’re ready for that,
then great. If you’re life’s all full
and you really can’t see that you got time to
change for a dog, then that’s not a good
person either. – They require a lot of attention
and a lot of training, especially as puppies. They need to be challenged. If they’re bored,
then they will destroy things. So they wanna learn,
they want a job so they require some attention,
a lot of attention and training. – These dogs could live in
an apartment. I know that only because we
have sold puppies, probably to half the people
live in apartments. And from what I hear everything
works great for them ’cause they’ve planned a
time to take their dog out. It’s a part of what they do. With umbrellas, it’s part
of their program. So yeah, they could do that. Also, work schedules,
some people, when they work more
than eight hours, sometimes that’s too
tough on a dog. An adult dog can get up
to there, maybe. I tell people get doggy doors
if you can handle that because that is an instant
game changer. ‘Cause the dogs don’t
want to do it in the house. I know, even some of our dogs,
they get upset stomachs holding it because we weren’t
there at the right time. So, give them a doggy door
and everything changes as far as a dog who has a
problem going inside the house. (dog barks) The Dogo typically behaves perfect
indoors as an adult. It’s the puppy period where
they really don’t know what they’re supposed
to do and not do and they just,
they will destroy things if you’re not on them. I’ve had a lot of puppies
that have left here that people say, oh,
the dog’s perfect, it’s never done anything wrong,
I’m like, wow, ’cause I’ve had some things, carpet,
ends of rugs. But as adults, they aren’t
really allowed to do that. They get in trouble. When they’re in trouble, I pretty much talk to them,
I show that I’m upset. I show that I’m upset
at what just happened. And I look at that, because
if I look at them, they get scared and they don’t even process
what I’m talking about. So, I look at the problem and
I make a big deal about the problem and the dog, at that point realizes,
don’t ever make problems like that ’cause this guy doesn’t like it. And that seems to work. The other ways just haven’t
worked so well when you get in their face
about what they’ve done. I think you scare them
and they’re disconnected. And they’re in fear of
what you’re doing. It works for me with Dogos.
– Yeah, they’re very sensitive. – We don’t have our dogs outdoors. That’s the place where they play, that’s the place where they
go to the bathroom. When they’re done,
they come in here. It’s like your kids, when
they’re done playing they want to come inside
and the Dogos are like that. So we accommodate that part
of their personality because we like it,
we like our dogs in here. I like them playing. I seldom don’t want them around. The only time I think I don’t
want them around is when somebody comes over
who is uncomfortable with dogs. And I know they’re not going to
get over that with a bunch of Dogos sitting around. So I put the dogs away,
they hate that. They love to hang out with people. So, like right now,
it’s their quiet nap time and they don’t know
this is going on. If they did, they would be
all begging to come out here. – Dogos love to be
around their family, around their people. They love people, so they do not
like spending much time alone or in a backyard alone,
specifically. And they also have
problems with their skin because their skin is sensitive. So during the summer, it’s not a
good idea to leave them outside very long but I would say it’s
mostly because of their personality and how they are. They enjoy being with people
so they want to stay inside of the house most of the
time just to be around us, to be with us. So I would say Dogo would not be… If you wanna have a Dogo but
you plan on leaving them, the Dogo most of the time
in the backyard, that’s not a good idea, the dog
would not be happy and it will not reach its
potential as a Dogo. They do much better when they have
a lot of love and attention, when they are with people. – As far as rules
for our dogs indoors, I’m not big on rules. There’s certain, like the recliner,
they just know not to go there. They will go on the couch, we accommodate for them
to come on the couch with some throw blankets
and stuff. They have their places on the floor,
their beds and stuff. And that’s it. As far as when we’re eating,
they’re not supposed to bother us. They can stand close by but, every once in a while,
Ava will try to break the rules and get her head up there
and see what’s going on but that’s not really allowed
so we can be comfortable. The dogs learn to work around us
and what we’re doing. After a while, they get everything
we’re doing, so it’s an easy, you don’t have to say too much. Getting them to go outside when
you know that you’re going somewhere and they need to go to the
bathroom, get things done and they don’t have to,
sometimes they’re like, why. There’s no reason,
they’re not gonna play. They put up a little,
then you have to put on your mean face
and then they go. As far as people coming
into our house and our family, the rules that we have, I just tell people to be normal
and if they’re uncomfortable for whatever reason then
I’ll do something about it but usually the dogs, they’ll
smell you up and down and I tell them, they’ll smell you
and they’re just smelling smells want to see where you’ve been. And after that, they will go
and sit over there, they’re done. They did their job. They’re not interested in
playing with you. – The schedule that we have with them
is mostly about their feeding. He wakes up very early with them. Usually, they’re on his schedule
or his and their schedule. They wake up around five, six
and he feeds them in the morning around between
six and seven. And then I take care of them
at night, I feed them around six and 7pm, so they eat every
12 hours around twice a day. Usually, when he feeds them
in the morning, he gives them their kibble. They are on a grain-free, salmon
and potato dry dog food. But he gives them also
lots of meat, usually pork most of the time. And we also, use some supplements
there’s some enzymes granules that we sprinkle on their food
to help them with their digestion and immune system, it’s just good for their
health in general. We like to put coconut oil
sometimes on their food to help with their coat. And sometimes at night
when I feed them, I don’t give them much meat, I give them their kibble with
honey or with cottage cheese and it’s a lighter meal than what
he does, what he feeds them in the morning. We also put some little herbs
to help with the dental hygiene and that’s done once a day. Usually, he gives that
to them in the morning. – The drawbacks of having
Dogos in the house, I would say would be you now have hair,
extra hair to vacuum that wasn’t there before. It’s short and it’s not,
I mean, we have four running around so you’d
think it’s a lot. It’s not a lot but it’s enough
that you have to be regular. And that’s a big game changer. The other one is, as far as having Dogos is,
you’re vacations, if you have like more
than two, let’s say. Or maybe just two or one. It’s the vacations that you have
to plan with or around your dog and then who can watch your dog,
that becomes a big thing. – How do Dogos interact
with other dogs? I guess it depends much on
their training and their individual personalities. Mambo is very friendly,
very social, he loves playing with other dogs. Ava, she’s a very good girl,
she’s very obedient so she also doesn’t have any
problems playing with other dogs. The two alpha females,
Sparta and Tequila, they have a stronger personality. Sparta, in particular, she does a… She’s not fond of small dogs. We try to keep her apart. – If you’re considering getting
a Dogo for the first time, if you have the time to
spend with the dog, it’s gonna be an amazing animal. These dogs are so in-tune
with their owners from the day people
pick them up. I only know ’cause I get
all this feedback of how the dog is so
connected to them and it’s amazing
and that is just, that’s the breed. The Dogo, they’re so wanted
to be a part of the poeple that own them, so if you can
handle a big dog, then they can definitely bring
a beautiful relationship to the family and the kids. They teach you patience
because they’re so loving. You learn to be a little
more patient with them ’cause you know how cool
they are in the end. And so it helps people to
train them how they think and view everything. Even around here,
so we have four dogs but we have a lot of peace
in those four dogs. And sometimes they
even teach people to be a little nicer if you
just follow how they are.

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  2. Anuprita Duggal says:

    Lovely family , totally agree with ur views,thanks for sharing

  3. Kzeefly D says:

    Take them hog hunting

  4. Amanda Rivera says:

    My son adopted a dogo on accident. He was told by the shelter that she was an American bull dog, a little over a year old. He really was her last chance, though because he's already her third parent and the shelter said she is bad with other animals. I did research into her breed because she really doesn't look or act like American bull. Unfortunately, coming from a shelter, you don't have a choice on spaying. I do prefer a dogo who's ears aren't cropped, they just look happier. We've also found that everything the shelter said was untrue. She does well with other animals, but the other people were lazy. They also forgot she's puppy and didn't exercise her properly. My son walks her frequently and we don't have problems. She's just a little kid who doesn't like to be without her daddy! And what a lap baby! My only disagreements are that I've found she sheds less than most other breeds, but she has BAD gas (so yes, there's an odor). But, then that just might be the brand of food he gets her. They're probably the most friendly and happy breed I've come across, but very vocal.

  5. Susie Day says:

    Ok guys … good job on "manners" training,nice to see someone else that trains for a gentle dog.

  6. The Locust says:

    Had a sweet girl for almost 13 years….beautiful breed, everything they say about dog is pretty much the experience we had. Looking forward to adding another Dogo to my family.

  7. Michael Bennett says:

    Those girls awkwardly sat there the whole time

  8. Mr. America says:

    Dogos are pretty much like 125 poind lapdogs. So sweet.

  9. Stphe Wox says:

    Bullshit excuses for not walking the dogs! The walk is just not burning energy its a bonding pack oriented activity! These dogs are not given what they need!! This really bugs me..every dog i had or ”baby sat” for someone else i walked them minimum two hours a day,allways mentally challenged them by letting them work with theire nose with seek games! 2 hour walks split in two long walks then i gave them short walks 3-4 times a day just so they could pee etc and i used to hide small pieces of liver in the house and make them find it by using the nose..if i did not have the time to walk two times i gave them intensive walk with throwing a tennisball up a hill and make the dog sprint the hill for 45min and go out with them morning,mid day(if i could come home on my lunch break) and then when i came home after work and somewhere in the evening i do the high intensity walk so they can relax before they go to sleep,thats the least i do for the dogs i owned or ”baby sat”..

  10. edgar zavala says:

    Hinata

  11. Sadiq Khan says:

    Renata looks very pretty like Melania Trump

  12. Nadeesh Parmar says:

    "I'm kind of the leader of all of them". 5:38 Looks at him and thinks 'No you're not!"

  13. life is give or taken says:

    I wish I had one it is the dog I need to keep up with my energy or I keep up with it but is it a good swimmer

  14. Jimmy Hagar says:

    I'd sure like to get one of them dogs

  15. Artur Zathas says:

    fascinating…. lemme smash

  16. Julia. says:

    Beautiful dogs thanks for sharing

  17. Kieran Arcand says:

    They run in the house ? They need training

  18. Ccumfort says:

    R.I.P. ZackTv smh

  19. Ajay R Warrier Warrier says:

    Girls hang out in their room doing what they do with their electronics? Haha did that hear that right?

  20. TURBO MAN 94 says:

    Brazilian women are the best, bit tits, big ass and big lips, perfect.

  21. Peace World says:

    These are beautiful dogs (Dogo)! They are very intelligent and so attentive. They almost look like they want to talk to you. Beautiful. 🐶

  22. yeah boi says:

    Beautiful dogs <3

  23. Aranyo Zorba says:

    The ladies look so uncomfortable here

  24. Donnie McLeod says:

    These people do not deserve those beautiful dogs.

  25. The walrus was Paul o says:

    Don't get any dog if you're not gonna walk it everyday, lazy idiots!

  26. Crystal heart kitty love says:

    How many weight dose she have?

  27. itsdaroach says:

    I get the feeling that guy is full of shit

  28. MONSTA says:

    By far my favorite dog. But not a big fan of this interview. Would love to have heard the children's interpretation on the dog as well. A specific line of questions directed at each family member separately/individually then collectively as a whole.

  29. Andre DeeVee says:

    Where can I get a dogo ?

  30. sjdhjfghg sghdgj says:

    He definitely threatened her to marry him or he would deport her

  31. James Woodard says:

    On having hard floors: yes it is good for cleanliness and maintenence, but if you have a breed that is prone to hip dysplasia, hard floors make that problem more likely. If you have a breed with a prevalence of hip problems and they spend a lot of time indoors, it is good for them to have carpet or some other grippy surface to walk on. I don't know if this applies to Dogos or not.

  32. sjdhjfghg sghdgj says:

    they look like prisoners of white genocide. did he steal their land?

  33. putapepe03 says:

    put 5 wild timberwolves in your backyard too

  34. Ivan Marques says:

    Lindos

  35. El Subterraneo says:

    I love your channel! Can you please do a video on the Saint Bernard.

  36. Mark Dickenson says:

    10:13 he's actually talking about his wife and kids 😂

  37. Carlos Winner says:

    Chévere!!!

  38. Dire Will says:

    This video would do better with less awkward couch talk and the dad constantly grabbing his crotch.

  39. Pamella J. Daniels says:

    Anyone knows that all puppies will chew when bored. All dogs need daily exercise. If your only gonna walk them once a week, you shouldn't own them. Let's be real when raising your daughters, you never took them out daily for walks or playground time, learning how to ride a bike.
    Really people how many times are you gonna say the same things over and over again.
    Sorry I dont mean to be rude just honest. Commonsense a 4 legit family member(dog) is the same as raising 2 legit family members (kids). They need attention, play time/exercise, walking hiking, and they dont come born knowing where to and not to go to the bathroom.

  40. THIS AINT IT CHIEF says:

    That families energy kinda Weirds me out lol

  41. Victoria Hatzson says:

    Dogs are very well fed and taken care of from what it looks, I love the fact that they give them protein and take care of their dental hygiene

  42. Augustya Sing says:

    thank you is due *)

  43. walter kurtz says:

    I had one for 10 years and he was completely deaf best friend I've ever had he got me through the worst shit i have ever been through he passed away a couple of weeks ago and i knew he was dying and i wasn't sure that i wanted another dog for awhile after he was gona go but about three days before he died he was layin next to me on the bed with his head in my lap and I was cryin like a baby and he looked up at me and it was like he was tellin me i didn't have a choice but to go get another dog because he knew how bad i was gona hurt when he was gone so two days after he died i went to the dog shelter to look and see if there was a dog i might want i looked through most of them then got to the back and there he was standing there like a fucking ghost a dogo looking just like my boy I looked at the name on his cage and it said wraith it also said he was deaf he is now laying on my bed next to me

  44. Harish Bhumbu says:

    Ii need dogo +91 9829889838

  45. That Husky is Crazy says:

    We met a guy about 12 years ago who had a Dogo at a local "informal" dog park. He was a real nice dog. Very well socialized.

  46. Sop Lim says:

    What’s the ransom on the two girls?

  47. T W says:

    Mixing kibble with raw 😲
    Not letting these dogs actually hunt 😲
    Daughters looking like hostages 😲

    This video is giving me a stroke.
    These dogs look good but they could benefit from more physical activity. They are not very muscular, like most raw fed dogos are. Well cared for, but they need more spice in their life.

  48. Raecy Adair says:

    I love my dogos

  49. Javier Sabanes says:

    No se que mierda ablan pero aguante el dogo argentino jaaa

  50. Jason Clement says:

    As a dogo owner I'm appalled that this breeder sells his pups to people in apartments. I love this channel but please don't give these people the platform. I know they probably love their dogos but putting this breed in an apartment is recipe for disaster especially for the owner. I don't care how active you think you are this breed easily hits 70lbs as a puppy. That's why they end up in shelters. They're the cute Lil polar bear puppies and before you know it they're a 100lb beasts. Apartments? Are you kidding I wouldn't recommend this breed to 75% of dog owners in general.

  51. Cliff Roberts says:

    Great Video

  52. fD1193 says:

    Can you do another video but with a different family?

  53. B J says:

    Your doing an interview not defusing a nuclear bomb

  54. HAWG! says:

    The mom is super hot.. those girls have a nice example to follow.

  55. Cris Garcia says:

    Cane corso 🤘🏻

  56. David Hernandez says:

    By the dawn, early night, WHERE CAN I GET-1, please!

  57. Christian Brown says:

    Some primal noises lol

  58. Christian Brown says:

    Very weird people but the mom is hot.

  59. Christian Brown says:

    Molossus of Epirus please!

  60. MishMish💜💎💋 says:

    I love my Dogo!

  61. chitownpolack says:

    Painful to watch bizzare people

  62. GringoBrandon says:

    This dudes stoned to the bone!!

    Beautiful dogos though 👍🏽

  63. DogDaybreak says:

    Spicoly's Dad?

  64. DrexeliousYT says:

    i own a dogo

  65. Danny Wilson Jr. says:

    They look nervous

    He’s sitting there smiling uncomfortably at her like he’s nervous she’s about to forget her script.

    Anyways, your daughter in the white is gorgeous. What’s her @? Asking for a friend 🤧

  66. Jason Brown says:

    The girl on the left is she died

  67. Hakuna Matata says:

    No Bambo NO tequila , NAMES ARGENTINOS FOR DOGOS : Tango, Pibe, Argento, Puma, Leo( for Leo Messi), Eva , Boca, River , Zamba , asado,

  68. SamuraiAtlas TSM says:

    Damn the daughter is stunning I'll give you 12 cows 4 bulls and 15 sheeps for her

  69. D mo-ra says:

    Watch the video and don't look at the comments everybody's trying to make it Comedy Hour there definitely not dog people

  70. todd lecher says:

    my favorite breed,soft heart but fearless will protect the family with every breath

  71. dragon3831 says:

    Thankyou for posting… I heard about quite a few health problems with this breed. What are your experiences with your dogs and there health? Thank you.

  72. Dog Channel says:

    Gg goog game😂😂😂

  73. Hank Moody says:

    Love the video. Is the father Drunk?

  74. Logan Micheals says:

    I noticed you took down my last comment concerning cropping the dogs ears huh,😹 🙀like they say the truth hurts😿😿!!

  75. DB&K Jacobs Family says:

    They look like bigger pitbulls on steroids lol

  76. cash royale says:

    Gi gi is cute

  77. Kassie Rivera says:

    Sounds like the First Lady had a gun to her head

  78. Iftinchi Manuel says:

    Ladies look ok for me ! What would you want them to do ?? Jump around ??and smile like idiots like almost every teenager today? Obviously girls are very well educated

  79. Jess Blackwolf says:

    Amazing creatures. Looking to buy a house now and would absolutely love to get one or two to add to the (small) family. I personally could really use a companion animal again and the Dogo looks perfect. My last boy was an American Bull Terrier and a great animal for me. I have PTSD and terrible social anxiety. I keep my exposure to the public and groups of people to a minimum. If someone came to the house (invited and announced, as I don't allow uninvited visits) and I let them in, my boy was very accommodating and friendly. Outside though, he would keep others (human and canine alike) at a certain distance, even those I considered something of a friend at the time, until I approached them. Nobody approached without warning/permission and that is perfect for me. I love the physique, size, and overall demeanor of the Dogo, and being that i"m on permanent disability, I have the time to work and bond with such an animal. When the time comes, I will be searching out a reputable breeder. If anyone has any information on that, please leave a response.

  80. ARusso22TV says:

    I had a dogo, amazing dogs so loyal and very good with family I highly recommend them to anyone whos willing to give one the proper home and care

  81. Dogo Power says:

    😍😍😍💕💪🐶👍

  82. Mario Lopes says:

    family, very happy for the treatment, and the attention that those dogs have, you have to like a lot to do what you do. to raise them I in my humble opinion, I would ask them to do more videos like this, so that people become aware of the responsibility that comes with the upbringing, this and all dogs, in general

  83. Hawkeye_The Taco Kola says:

    Why are the girls in the video look so scared

  84. PaceMaker and Buttons 2023 says:

    Beautiful Dogs!

  85. Anna Baranska says:

    What a wonderfull race of dog , similar to a Rhodesian ridgeback.?

  86. Jacob Ragle says:

    Bruh this mans said hair Is a negative…bruh I HAVE AN AKITA DONT EVEN TALK TO ME ABOUT HAIR XD

  87. Zaphod7835 says:

    Sort of wondering what he's getting at when he says someone should be "physically able" to handle a dog of this size… is he implying that these dogs require physical domination to respect people? That doesn't seem to jibe with what they say about their affectionate nature and trustworthiness with children. Maybe that he doesn't fully trust them not to attack someone they see as a threat without physical restraint from a handler?

    Asking as a wheelchair user with lots of time to spend with a dog… looking for a companion animal with substantial intimidation factor, but also the disposition to be trustworthy without having to be physically restrained when out of the home.

  88. YBP chopperboy Damon says:

    Any body 2019

  89. Tracey Cahow says:

    Loved loved loved this video this family is DEAD ON not any point I did not agree with they absolutely know and love their beautifull (btw) dogos! Loved it!

  90. Lara Fox says:

    Best Dogo Argentino documentary around; a special thanks for the specifics and in-depth commenatry on their special psychology.

  91. Jarrod Dorsey says:

    My cousin has a dogo argentino

  92. Alex Rivard says:

    I absolutely love my dogo. One of the best dogs I've ever owned. I will say that the breed is not for everybody.

  93. Gerard jorefjord says:

    very good , cool, dog. I like Dogo argentino too (: !!!

  94. Jamstxr says:

    Can dogos live outside of house?

  95. Robert Lulek says:

    I have an 11-week toggle male pup I wanted to get a pump around the same age that it would be problems in the future.I had planned to spay the female and keep the male unneutered I know that he would try to mate her later and that could cause conflict.what is your experience on having two puppies of the same letter growing up together is it possible? Or having another pop from another letter I was considering that as well

  96. Oluwaseyi Otinwa says:

    Is there any dogo WhatsApp or Telegram group I can join to know more about the breed I just got one.

  97. comprensión lirical del regaeton REAGUETON says:

    Good documentary

  98. Reverb2020x says:

    So, in other words, the Dogo is a dog very much like other dogs.

  99. Steven Benavides says:

    Imagine a robber walking in that house seeing these mf💀 all i got to say is good luck 😂😂

  100. Unique Home says:

    You can give dog raw pork, that's NOT good

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