In the following video, you will see the ultimate battle/comparison between two hunting, large guard dogs. cane Corso vs Argentino. We hope you enjoyed the video. #canecorso #rawfeeding #canecorsopuppy #guarddog

cane corso in garden
cane corso

Key Difference Between Cane Corso and Dogo Argentino:

CategoryCane CorsoDogo Argentino
Life Span11 to 12 years11 to 12 years
BathRareRare
DroolingNoYes
EffortsHeavy Exercise and Obedience TrainingHeavy Exercise,Obedience trainning, Socialization
Food ExpenditureHighHigh
Visits to GroomerLowLow
Coat TypeShortDense
BiteScissorScissor
Guide DogNoYes
Under CoatNoNo
Prone to ObesityNoNo
Veterinarian VisitsFrequentRare
Affinity to waterLowMedium
Guide DogNoYes
Complication in BreedingNoNo
Litter Size6 to 9 puppies (approximately)6 to 9 puppies (approximately)
Ear TypeFoldedcropped, triangular in shape
Eyes Shape/TypeMediumDark or hazel, almond shaped
Tail TypeStraightWhip
Wrinkles & FoldsYesNo
BiteScissorScissor

Dogo Argentino looks like a very serious and angry dog, and you are cold in the eyes, but that has nothing to do with reality. The point is, it is a breed with a very kind character, which is very fond of communication with people. The only group of people that the dog can be aggressively disposed towards are strangers who are potentially dangerous to family members, including the owner. Argentines are very loyal to their families and they will protect them for the rest of their lives.

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