|Macker, stop embarrasing urself.
I dont belive u seen much, honestly, just wanna give the dogo a bad name in a place where it dont fits just cause of its looks that resembles to a giant pit, but a dogo differs alot from a pit.
If you go for dogfighting, go for the game breed lines of tosa inu and the pitts.
If you want a pp dog go for GS or a mallanois.
If you want a hogdog, finding catching and holding, then i go for the dogo as the first choice.
If you want a short range hog catchdog, ill go for a AB working lines or a good pit even tough the dogo are as good but has a nose and therfore a huntingdog with finding, winding prey abilities. not just a short range dog that you release when the prey is in sight jam up and catch a hold of it.
Most AB and pits are good at catching but not in finding, they lack nose.
Others than that youll find better examples in almost any area in other breeds.
The dogo is a huntingdog, traditional monteria criolla.
It would be useless if it had all the strong dogfighting instincts as some of the breeds who made it, referring to the early english bulldog,boxer,douge de bordeaux, EBT and foremost the perro presa cordoba fighting dog.
Many of the breeds who made the dogo at that time among them the EBT is almost unrecognizable comparing then and the standards today.
To balance these traits the pointer and irish wolfhound for example was mixed in`, breeds that has minor interest in fighting amongst eachother or at all, but good preydrive and noses, very important traits for a hunting dog.
Dogs that when released, focus the fight on THEMSELFES instead of the boar would be totally useless as u need to hunt with a pack of dogs when taking on a 200 kilo + boar.
Thats why sometimes a gamebreed dog can be a disadvantage in this way of hunting, and therfore are not used so often.
Yes, the dogo can fight and will in some cases do so, same sex, teritory and food and so forth, but thats the case with most dominant breeeds including GS, Dobies, rotts, and even poudles. Thats a thing that occours in almost every breed, and goes with individuals.
The dogo is by those who now the breed known for not being the part to start the fight among two dogs, even tough it clearly in same sexes case will try to dominance the scene.
A gamebreed dog such as a gamebreed pit will behave clearly different. will see a upcoming fight as play, wagging its tail, fun and clearly provoke and start a fight,not to defend it self not by aggression but by lust.
It has great eager to fight, it will do what it was made for naturally.
Just as good dogo would, but not fighting a dog, just the boar.
The dogo was made for big game hunting, secondly pp, even tough there are many better choises in that arena for several reasons.
But the purpose with the dogo argentino has never been to create a new fighting dog, if that was the case the the now exstinct, and also the base of the dogo the fighting dog of cordoba would have been just fine.
But shure the fighting dogs qualities are desireble traits in boarhunting, but with the dogo it is preserved but not with the tought of a another dog or for that case a human to be the target, only the boar.
If you want a fighting dog, then u should go with the pitts and tosas who has dogfighting in mind when was made and will be the most sucessfull choise in thet arena.
But dont dont spread your crap of all your false crap, and things you have not and will not see.
Best wishes with your dog, hope ur not will destroy him as his owner seems to bee.