The Dogo Argentino is an extremely powerful and intelligent breed
of dog. They are slow to mature and often act like puppies until 2+ years of age. The untrained adolescent dogo
(1.5 - 3yrs) is an enormous liability, capable of great harm. Dogo Argentinos need their minds and bodies
exercised on a daily basis. Dogos are an independent, dominant, thinking breed of dog who were bred to think and
act on their own. They need a dominant, confident, loving and trustworthy leader who has time and know-how to properly
exercise and work them. Once a dogo loses respect for someone, it is almost impossible to gain it back. This powerful
breed of dog requires far more responsibility in raising and caring for them than most other breeds of dogs.
I do NOT recommend that a Dogo share a home with same-sex dogs in the herding
or terrier group.
Jersey (Dual CH Gladiator's Del Rio Reign, RN, TT CGC) has successfully
been bred to Sirius (Multi CH 27x BIS Winner Sirius de Debonair). There are 27 Champions, INCL 5 World Champions
& 11 OFA Hip scores on the pedigree. These much anticipated puppies should arrive around December 14, 2013.
As of December 2013, Jersey is now 5 Years old, has 28
BOB, 18 Group 1, 4 BIS, 2 RBIS & 5 AKC Best in MISC Class! She has earned her UKC CH, IABCA NAT & INT CH
titles as well as passed the ATTS Temperament Test and AKC Canine Good Citizen, as of March 2013, she also has earned her
AKC Rally-O Novice Title. Jersey was invited to the 2011 AKC Eukanuba Tournament of Champions and has qualified for the 2012
AKC Eukanuba Tournament of Champions.
Thanks a Million Ben w/ Gladiator Dogos for such a wonderful puppy!