Argentinian Mastiff

Argentinian Mastiff
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Overview: The Argentinian Mastiff was originally bred by a doctor in Argentina for big game hunting and as a companion and protector. They are sometimes used for fighting and have gotten a bad reputation. They are banned in Britain.
Breed Group: Mastiff
Weight (lbs): 80-100
Height (in): 24-27
Colors: white
Coat: The single coat is short, sleek, glossy and thick.
Character: The Argentinian Mastiff is intelligent and trainable. They are used for police work, narcotics detection and in the military.
Temperament: The Argentinian Mastiff is a good guard dog and is good with children living in the home. They are usually good with company, but don't do well with other dogs.
Care: This breed has no odor and needs infrequent bathing. They shed at an average rate.
Training: The Argentinian Mastiff needs obedience training from a puppy. They need consistent, firm training and do best with owners knowledgeable about training dominant dogs.
Activity: Argentinian Mastiffs need exercise in a yard. They can live in an apartment, if taken for walks regularly.
Country of Origin: Argentina
Life Expectancy: 10-12
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