Are all Dogo Argentinos white?
The Dogo Argentino has a short, all-white coat, though there is sometimes a black spot on the head. Though the coat is short and fairly easy to maintain, the size of the Dogo Argentino makes the grooming process a little more difficult.
What color eyes do Dogo Argentinos have?
Eyes are of medium size, almond shaped, and set well apart and deep in their sockets. Eye color may range from very dark brown to dark hazel, but darker eye color is strongly preferred. Eye rims are tight and preferably black in color, although lack of pigmentation is not a fault.
Can Dogo Argentinos have blue eyes?
Sometimes you come across a Dogo Argentino which has one dark eye and one light blue eye. It’s also seen that a dogg has two light blue eyes. This is called a glasseye and is an unwanted caracteristic for a Dogo Argentino.
How much is a Dogo Argentino worth?
While this dog is rarer, they typically aren’t that expensive. The price of a puppy averages from $1,000 to $4,000, assuming you purchase them from a qualified breeder. Some dogs may cost as much as $8,000 if they have a particularly good bloodline.
How can you tell a pure Dogo Argentino puppy?
Check the coat color. Dogo Argentinos are purely and entirely white in color. They can have one small spot of black or a dark color somewhere on the head, such as on an ear or around one eye. Other than one potential spot on the head, or several small spots on one ear, a Dogo is completely white.
How much is a Dogo Argentino without papers?
It is an extremely strong dog, which makes it suitable for a wide range of jobs. It can also make a good companion dog if raised correctly. While this dog is rarer, they typically aren’t that expensive. The price of a puppy averages from $1,000 to $4,000, assuming you purchase them from a qualified breeder.
Why do Dogo Argentinos have spots?
It is very typical for Dogos, especially as they mature, to have black skin pigment – spots of black visible beneath the white coat. In fact, some have nearly all-black skin with no coat color as they age. My personal theory is that this may somehow be connected to sun exposure in this sun-loving breed.
Do Dogo Argentinos have blue eyes?
How much is a full breed Dogo Argentino?