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The Ultimate Guide To The Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mix

The Ultimate Guide To The Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mix

Parallels between the Dogo Argentino and the American Pitbull Terrier dog breeds are hard to ignore. Apart from the fact that they look alike, they also have a similar reputation, although it’s not entirely accurate. Sadly, there are a lot of unfair myths that follow these breeds.

Even though their personalities aren’t as similar as you may think at first, these two parent breeds were made for each other, in a lot of other aspects.

Much like its parent breeds, the Dogo Pit is sometimes thought of as an aggressive and mean dog, but that couldn’t be any further from the truth.

We decided to write this article to dispel all the myths surrounding this mixed breed, as well as its parent breeds, and tell you all the real facts about these lovable dogs. If you are interested in adopting a Dogo Argentino Pitbull mix, then it would be wise for you to learn everything you can about its temperament and health, as well as its needs when it comes to diet and exercise.

This article covers all those topics, as well as some other interesting information about Dogo Pits that you may not have known before.

What Is The Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mix?

Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mix

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The Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mix, sometimes referred to as Dogo Pitbull or Dogo Pit, is a crossbreed between a Dogo Argentino and a Pitbull.
The Pitbull variant that is most commonly used for producing this mixed breed is the American Pitbull Terrier, although it can occasionally be the American Staffordshire Terrier.

Despite the physical similarities between Argentinos and Pits, they generally have contrasting personalities, so it wasn’t really easy to predict how a mix between the two would behave. However, it would be fair to say that it turned out having the best of both worlds, in some sense.

The Dogo Argentino Pitbull mix is a unique dog that physically resembles a Pitbull but combines a lot of other contrasting personality traits of both its parent breeds in its temperament. To really grasp everything that there is to know about this crossbreed, we first need to learn about its ancestry.

Parent Breeds

As we said, the two breeds that are crossed to create this mix are the Dogo Argentino and the Pitbull. Both of these are relatively well-known and have been mainstays in the homes of many dog owners across the world.

You might think that we already know everything that there is to know about these breeds, but that simply isn’t true. And besides, even if we did know everything, that doesn’t mean that we would be able to predict what a crossbreed between the two would be like.

As we said, there are still some things about them that you may not have known before, and that’s where we come in. The following couple of sections of this article will be dedicated to describing the appearance, personality, and history of Dogo Argentinos and Pitbulls.

Dogo Argentino

Dogo Argentino, also known as the Argentine Mastiff, is a breed of dog that has a very long and complicated history. It was first bred in 1928 by a doctor from Cordoba, Argentina whose name was Antonio Nores Martinez.

His intention was to create a powerful, brave dog who would act as both a hunting and a fighting dog. To achieve this, he crossed the Cordoba fighting dog with a number of other purebred dogs, particularly those from the Bulldog and Terrier families of breeds.

Some of the breeds that Dr. Martinez included in the breeding process were the Great Dane, Irish Wolfhound, Dogue de Bordeaux, Pointer, and Bull and Terrier.

As you can see, all these breeds have exhibited similar traits, such as great awareness and instinct, strength and stamina, obedience and discipline, as well as a keen sense of sniffing out and chasing down prey.

Soon enough, the Dogo Argentino dogs became one of the most popular pets among hunters in its home country, the continent of South America, and eventually, the entire world.


As with many dogs that were bred for this purpose, Argentinos have a very muscular and powerful look. Their bodies are very proportional and elegant, which makes them very agile, alert, and dynamic.

According to the Dogo Argentino growth chart, their average adult height is around 27 inches, and their average weight is between 70 and 80 pounds, which means they are pretty slim for their size.

Their coat is very short and typically white, with occasional markings of other colors. Some kennel clubs don’t accept any markings as the breed standard, but they can still occur, particularly in black or brindle.


Being hunting dogs, Dogos Argentinos are known for their bravery, intelligence, and sharp natural instincts.

They are very protective of their families and would do practically anything to keep them safe. While they are not usually known for being playful and sociable, the truth is that they actually enjoy being a part of family activities.

However, they do draw a line between family and outsiders, as they are extremely skeptical toward strangers. They aren’t as territorial as some watchdogs, but they will not immediately trust people whom they are meeting for the first time.


Dogo Pit is sitting on the grass

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While Dogo Pits can sometimes be bred by crossing the Dogo Argentino with an American Staffordshire Terrier, the more common option is the American Pitbull Terrier.

Pitbulls were first bred in mid-19th century England, by combining the now-extinct Old English Terriers with the Old English Bulldogs. The purpose of this crossbreed was to create an aggressive, athletic, and powerful dog that would be good for hunting and fighting.

The original English breeders dubbed the breed Bull and Terrier, but after its arrival in the United States, the name American Pitbull Terrier (APBT) took root and remains the most popular way for these dogs.

When it comes to their genetic place in the world of dogs, as well as their physical appearance, APBTs are closely related to many other breeds, such as the American Bulldog, the Boxer, the Staffordshire Bull Terrier, and the American Bully breed, to name a few.

While the word “Pitbull” is often used to describe a whole category of dogs, a lot of people maintain that only APBTs are true Pitbulls, so we will only use it in that context throughout this article.

They were primarily used for brutal bloodsports like bull baiting and bear baiting in their early history, which lead to them developing a lot of the aggressive characteristics that people know them for.

Thankfully, such sports were banned in the United Kingdom toward the end of the 1800s, and nowadays Pitbulls are bred for companionship.


Pitbulls are a medium-sized breed, known for their muscular, but stocky frame. Fully grown Pitbulls have an average height of 18 to 21 inches at the withers, along with an average weight of 35 to 60 pounds.

They typically have round or almond-shaped eyes, tiny, pointy ears, and a thick, tapered tail. Their coat is notably short and smooth, but also very shiny and stiff.

When it comes to coat colors, there are a variety of different combinations that are recognized by kennel clubs, with the exception of the merle pattern, which isn’t considered up to standard.

The most common colors are black, red, and buckskin, while the two most frequent patterns are solid and tuxedo.


Pitbulls are some of the most energetic and joyful dogs around. Their excitability and enthusiasm make them very active pets who need a lot of space and exercise.

However, if not properly trained, that energy can be misguided and turn into unwanted aggression toward other dogs or even people. A lot of people misinterpret Pitbulls as a naturally aggressive breed that seeks out conflict, but that’s not really the case.

They just require a lot of training and socialization early on in their puppyhood so that they learn to channel their energy properly. Properly trained Pitbulls are absolute darlings who enjoy playing and cuddling with their humans.

The History Of The Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mix

Designer breeds, unlike purebreds, are more difficult to trace through history. Unfortunately, the very first Dogo Argentino Pitbull mix dog has never been officially recorded or documented anywhere, but there are still a lot of historical titbits that we know about it.

Dr. Antonio Nores Martinez, an Argentinean surgeon, created the Dogo Argentino breed for the first time in 1928.

He was set to produce a dog that is deft at seeking out and hunting down wild animals. Dr. Martinez was a big dog lover and hunting was his favorite hobby, so he essentially found a way to combine the two.

The modern Dogo Argentino breed was eventually created by crossing various purebred canines with the now-extinct Cordoba Fighting Dog.

On the other hand, Pitbulls were first developed in England before being imported to America in the 1870s. The American Pit Bull Terrier was particularly bred to be an exceptional fighting dog, which was one of the reasons it was most often selected for breeding.

Pitbulls and Dogo Argentinos both have a long history of being fighting dog breeds, and this leads us to conclude that breeders desired to combine the traits of the two breeds to produce a more robust and powerful dog.

The Dogo Argentino Pitbull crossbreed currently isn’t officially accepted by the American Kennel Club (AKC).

The Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mix Appearance

Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mix sitting on the beach

Photo from: @delhihellhound

After explaining their complicated and tumultuous history, we can now move on to other aspects of this fascinating breed.

One of the main topics when discussing any particular dog breed is its appearance. The Dogo Argentino Pitbull mix draws a lot of physical traits from its parent breeds, so much so that people often have difficulties telling them apart.

Due to its physical characteristics, you could initially believe that this dog is just an ordinary Pitbull, but if you look closer, you will see that it’s actually a mixed breed. They also possess a combination of the conflicting personalities of a Pitbull and a Dogo Argentino.

However, there are some distinctions that this crossbreed can be identified by. So without further ado, let us describe exactly what these dogs look like.


When they’re all grown, Dogo Argentino Pitbull mixes are truly huge dogs. They can weigh anywhere between 35 and 100 pounds and have a height of about 18 to 27 inches. They normally reach their full size at the age of a year and a half.

As you can see, they are usually larger than Labrador Retrievers, and about as big as Dobermans or Cane Corsos.

The dog has broad shoulders and longer, stronger legs than a standard Pitbull. Typically, the body is lengthy and has a short, whip-like tail at the end.

The overall appearance of the Dogo Argentino Pitbull hybrid dog conveys a sturdy and strong stance. Its intimidating-looking athletic build starkly contrasts with its more mellow behavior.

However, you should be aware that the Dogo Argentino breed matures slowly. If a Dogo Pit puppy inherits the genes of this parent breed, you can anticipate that it will reach adulthood at three years old.

If they are raised in a small space that discourages movement, they may grow lethargic and prone to gaining weight.

Coat Colors

The color of a mixed-breed dog’s coat is one of the best visual representations of its complex genetic makeup. It’s nearly impossible to predict the color of a puppy in a litter of crossbreeds.

However, when it comes to the Dogo Argentino Pitbull mix, there aren’t as many variations, and that’s mostly due to the colors of the Argentine Mastiff parent breed.

Dogo Argentinos are all completely white. They are expected to have a completely white coat, per the breed criteria published by the AKC in 2020. The only permitted color is a black or dark spot that appears on the head and takes up no more than 10% of the entire surface.

Because of this, a Dogo Pit typically has a short, straight coat that is pure white in color. Others could have a tiny black spot like a pirate’s eye patch on one ear or around the eye.

Any exotic coloring that you might get on a Dogo Pit will usually come from its Pitbull genes. This includes shades such as fawn, brown, black, and other Pitbull coat colors.

The Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mix Temperament

The similarity in appearance between the Argentino Dogo and the APBT aside, their temperaments are not particularly comparable.

A Dogo Argentino/Pitbull combination is the ideal mix of a Pitbull’s loving nature and the innate protectiveness of the Dogo Argentino. This hybrid’s unique qualities make it the ideal family pet, guard dog, or even service dog.

This dog is well renowned for being incredibly patient with kids. However, due to their strong prey drive, they might not be the best option for families with young children. Playtime should always be closely monitored.

Being a Dogo Pit owner is also not for the timid. This mixed breed requires an authoritative owner who can act as the pack leader. When handled by a first-time owner, the Pit Dogo can be stubborn and refuse to follow instructions.

Dogo Argentino Pitbull mix dogs are mostly reserved around strangers, and they can even become apprehensive if they sense any potential threat. They are distrustful of strangers and are capable of defending themselves and their belongings if they perceive a problem with themselves or their pack.

To alert their owners of prospective intruders, they may bark loudly. If properly raised, they will develop into obedient, balanced pets that are perfect for the whole family.

Is The Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mix A Good Family Dog?

Dogo Pits can become wonderful house pets with appropriate owners that teach them the right manners while they are still little pups. These dogs are devoted, kind, and sociable by nature, and if you nurture them properly you will see those traits blossom.

They are known to get lively and friendly with the members of their human family, and they often wish to participate in family activities.

Additionally, Dogo Pits are fiercely protective of their owners, making early socialization and training crucial. If you manage to pull that off correctly, you will have a best friend for life.

Is The Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mix Good Around Children?

One of the main qualities of Dogo Argentino Pitbull mixes is their unconditional and unwavering loyalty. And that loyalty includes children, as well.

They just need to be carefully introduced and accustomed to their presence early on in their development process. However, you should be extra careful with any children that aren’t part of the family, as this breed does not naturally take to strangers.

Is The Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mix Good Around Other Dogs?

Dogs are naturally sociable creatures just like humans are, and Dogo Pits are no exception.

Get them accustomed to the company of other dogs on time and you will quickly see them become the favorite among the neighborhood packs. Just make sure that you supervise them at first until you’re sure that none of the dogs involved has any aggressive tendencies.

The Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mix Health

The good news for potential Dogo Pit owners is that this breed is generally very healthy and durable. In fact, their average lifespan is 8 to 15 years, which is a bit longer than their Pitbull parents, for example.

They might, however, inherit some genetically based health conditions from their parent breeds.

Some of the most common and/or dangerous ones are Cerebellar Abiotrophy, hip dysplasia, deafness, hypothyroidism, and various skin issues. In the section below, we will discuss each of these in more detail.

Cerebellar Abiotrophy

Dogs with Cerebellar Abiotrophygs have an inherited degenerative condition that causes the cerebellum’s cells to progressively degenerate.

A loss of balance, bad posture, and a lack of coordination are symptoms of canine cerebellar degeneration that normally get worse over time.

Hip Dysplasia

Hip dysplasia is a common problem in many large breed dogs, and the Dogo Pit is sadly not an exception. The ball and socket joint of the hip is underdeveloped, which is the best way to characterize this problem.


In Dogo Argentino Pitbull mixes,  is typically inherited or brought on by ear trauma. This can be determined by watching how your dog reacts to noise. Deaf dogs frequently exhibit excessive barking, an odd voice, hyperactivity, and disorientation.

Typically, all reputable breeders are supposed to conduct a BAER (Brainstem Auditory Evoked Response) test, which is an electrodiagnostic test that examines the components of the dog’s ears to deduce if it is deaf or not.


Hypothyroidism is most commonly the result of a thyroid disease called autoimmune thyroiditis. It’s characterized by an unnatural increase of lymphocytes, macrophages, and plasma cells in the Dogo Pit’s thyroid gland.

Skin Issues

Dogo Pits are more prone to many skin issues due to allergies because of their short hair. Skin redness and itching are common symptoms of atopic allergies brought on by dust, mold, pollen, and dust mites. The abdomen, foot, skin folds, and ears are other areas where skin irritation can be seen.

Diet And Exercise

Diet and exercise are the two main pillars of raising a dog. Giving your pet the proper nutrition and balancing it with enough exercise will ensure that it remains in the best possible physical shape.

Dogo Pits are a very large breed, which means that they will eat a lot of dog food, but just like with human food, the number one requirement is that it’s of the highest quality. Additionally, they will also need a decent amount of exercise and physical activity, especially during their development stages, so that they grow properly.

But let’s explain those two important dog lifestyle aspects separately and in more detail.

How Much Does The Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mix Eat?

A large crossbreed dog like a Dogo Pit needs a diet high in protein and low in unnecessary fats and carbohydrates. For advice on premium dog foods, you should also speak with your veterinarian.

This breed, in general, requires a diet that supports healthy skin, strong bones, and muscle growth.

Your Dogo Argentino Pitbull mix should be fed two to three portions of dog food each day at the same time, regardless of the time of day.

As puppies, they might receive smaller, more frequent meals. You should keep an eye on their weight and abstain from providing them extra treats in order to stop the development of bone disorders.

How Much Physical Activity Does The Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mix Need?

When it comes to exercise, it’s more important to do the right kind of activities than the sheer amount of them. The Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mix is an extremely strong, muscular dog breed, and they need activities that will promote muscle growth and stimulate their bodies.

Dogo Pits require around one hour of physical activity each day. They might enjoy going on bike rides or jogging together. Intense cardio workouts can also be added to encourage muscular growth.

Training And Socialization

Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mix stands on a leash

Aside from physical activity and nutrition, which are the two basic necessities, you also need to put some time and effort into your Dogo Pit’s training and socialization.

If you start these processes on time and if you do them right, you will be rewarded with a dog that grows up into an exemplary pet that takes pleasure in following your orders and instructions and is also comfortable in the company of other humans and animals.

Is The Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mix Easy To Train?

The shortest possible answer is no. But not because they are unintelligent, but rather because they can have a mind of their own, and they need someone with authority. That’s the type of person they will respect and listen to.

Dogo Argentino Pitbull hybrids need a self-assured owner who can start training them at an early age. They are bright dogs, but when treated carelessly, they may become rather stubborn and headstrong.

They can receive efficient crate and toilet training as well as basic obedience training through the use of positive reinforcement techniques.

How To Socialize The Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mix

They need to be socialized from an early age, especially if you have other indoor pets around them. Cats and other smaller animals can be seen as prey by them, and they might make an effort to chase them, which can lead to injury.

Try exposing them to other dogs first, and then slowly introduce different animals, such as cats, rabbits, or hamsters. Do this while they are still very young so that they will naturally start thinking of these animals as friends rather than prey.

Their primal instinct is to consider smaller creatures as prey, so if you don’t teach them otherwise, you can run into problems.

The Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mix Grooming Needs

Dogo Argentino Pitbull mixes are thought to require little upkeep because they have short hair. They just need to be brushed once a week because they shed so little all year round.

Since Dogo Pits often have all-white coats, they are more likely to get visibly dirty.

You shouldn’t be reluctant to give your dog a bath if they have spent the entire day outside. However, you should be aware that taking frequent baths might cause their skin to become irritated and lose some of its natural oils.

To avoid infections, make sure to wash in between their ears. When washing their coats, only use a shampoo that has been recommended by a veterinarian because they are prone to skin disorders.

You should also trim your dog’s nails using a sharp nail trimmer every couple of months and brush their teeth or give them dental chews once a week.

The Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mix Price

A Dogo Argentino Pitbull mixed breed puppy typically costs between $2,000 and $4,000 on average. The Dogo Argentino parent breed, which is expensively priced, is to blame for the high price tag of the crossbreed.

You can go to your neighborhood rescue or shelter and adopt a Dogo Pit puppy if you’d like a less expensive choice. The typical adoption price ranges from $50 to $350.

The final cost of these dogs also depends on the parent breeds’ bloodlines, the scarcity of certain colors and markings, and the reputation of the breeder. Of course, you should also consider the costs associated with raising this dog on a monthly, annual, and lifetime basis.

Knowing what a Dogo Argentino/Pitbull mix is likely to cost upfront can help you plan your budget appropriately. Below is a table that details most of the costs associated with taking care of a Dogo Argentino Pitbull mixed breed dog.

Food and Treats $100 – $120
Neutering or Spaying
$50 – $500
Vaccine Shots $75 – $200
Vet Visits
$100 – $300
Medications $50 – $200
Dog License
$10 – $20
$40 – $60
$15 – $35
Dog Bed
$50 – $200
Dog Crate
$60 – $500
Collar and Leash
$15 – $50
$30 – $50
Grooming Kit
$40 – $180
Various $15 – $30
$650 – $2,445

Pros And Cons Of Owning A Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mix

There are positives and negatives to basically anything in life, and that is also the case with owning a Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mix.

Mixed breeds are always more complex than purebred dogs so that usually means that there are a lot of possible pros and cons to owning them. To simplify your decision and shed some light on both the good and the bad stuff, we’ve made this handy list of the pros and cons of owning a Dogo Argentino Pitbull mix.

The Pros

Let’s start with the good news first and move on to the more disappointing stuff later. We have selected three particular pros of these dogs and have listed them here in no particular order. So, let’s get into them!

Good Health

Dogo Argentino Pitbull mixes have a lower risk of congenital illnesses. Given that their parents do not possess the genes for these disorders, designer dogs like the Dogo Pit are less susceptible to inherited diseases. A method of selective breeding can help with this.

Unique Appearance

A dog with distinctive physical characteristics is produced when a Dogo Argentino and Pitbull are crossed. Despite the similarity in build between these two breeds, you’ll note that the hybrid is slightly taller and has a longer muzzle

Combine that with a smooth and shiny white coat, and what you get is a beautiful little pooch. Well, not so little, if we’re being honest.

Improving Behavior

Despite the reputation that unfairly follows their parent breeds, Dogo Pits are becoming more popular than ever in recent times because of their milder temperament.

Years of selective breeding have successfully managed to produce a dog that combines the best personality traits of American Pitbull Terriers and Dogos Argentinos.

The Cons

Okay, it’s now time for the not-so-good news. Just like in the previous section, we’ve selected three distinct points that you need to be wary of when deciding to adopt a Dogo Argentino Pitbull mix.

The Cost

A Dogo Argentino Pitbull mix puppy is not exactly a cheap buy, as you might have already gathered from the article. Due to the breeders’ hefty medical costs and specialized breeding methods, they command a high premium.

Risky Birth

Unsafe delivery is possible if the mother is a Pitbull breed. The veterinarian will need to perform a C-section in these situations to protect the mother and puppies. After this surgery, the majority of dogs recover fast, but there is always a risk that it won’t go smoothly.

Unpredictable Size

Although both of its parent breeds are large breed dogs, it is difficult to accurately predict the size of a Dogo Pit when it is fully grown. In addition to genetics, their size and weight are also influenced by environmental conditions, food, and pre-existing medical conditions.

Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mix Breeders

Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mix is looking at the camera

Okay, so you’ve deemed the price ranges acceptable, you’ve weighed up all the pros and cons, and have finally decided that you want to go through with adopting a Dogo Argentino Pitbull mix.

The only thing that remains is finding the right breeder.

Finding a trustworthy breeder to get a puppy from should be your top consideration when buying a Dogo Argentino Pitbull mix.

An ethical breeder of designer dogs will ensure that their puppies are strong, healthy, and have great manners. We searched all over the internet and finally came up with a shortlist of three breeding organizations that we think offer you the best choices.

Below are short descriptions of each of them.

Greenfield Puppies

Greenfield Puppies is a website that provides high-quality Pitbulls, and Dogos Argentinos, as well as a lot of mixes produced by either of those breeds.

One of those mixes is, of course, the Dogo Pit. They specialize in breeding and raising these dogs for companionship, but they don’t neglect their watchdog abilities either.

Lancaster Puppies

Similarly to the previous one, Lancaster Puppies is an online database of puppies for sale, but the difference here is the sheer number of various purebred and mixed-breed dogs that you can select from.

You can use all the different filters on their website’s search function to comb through the numerous breeds and find your perfect Dogo Argentino Pitbull mix.


PuppyFinder, as its name may suggest, is an online directory of puppies for sale, and occasionally they will have a Dogo Argentino Pitbull mix in their collection.

You might not be able to get one immediately, but if you check back often enough you might catch an available Dogo Pit. Even if you don’t, PuppyFinder has a lot of other resources that you can use if you want to learn more about what it takes to be a dog owner.

Pitbull And Dogo Argentino Breeders

Apart from the breeding services that we have listed above, you can also try your luck by asking any Pitbull breeders or Dogo Argentino breeders in and around your area.

For example, you can find a Pitbull breeder and ask if they breed this particular mix or if they would be interested to do it for you. Another option is to go through any pet shelters, rescues, and adoption agencies that are available to you and check if they perhaps have a Dogo Argentino Pitbull mix in their ranks.

Frequently Asked Questions About Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mixed Dogs

We have covered a lot of interesting and important info in this article so far, but there are always some burning questions that we can’t seamlessly fit anywhere.

That’s why we’ve made this little FAQ section of the article where we will directly tackle some of the most commonly asked questions by people on the internet. If you’re one of those people — and you probably are since you are reading this article — then this part might be a great read for you.

Are Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mixes Dangerous?

Despite the bad reputation that they sometimes get, Dogo Argentino Pitbull crossbreed dogs are not actually aggressive animals. This mixed breed does not represent a threat to its owners or other people, even though both of its parent breeds are often misrepresented as being aggressive.

Also, contrary to what most people believe, it doesn’t have locking jaws.

The fact of the matter is that they aren’t violent at all, they are instead very kind and sociable dogs.

How Much Do Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mixes Shed?

Argentina Dogo Pitbull hybrids have short coats, making them extremely low-shedding dogs, much like their Pitbull ancestors. Even though they still lose some fur, it won’t be as obvious or as difficult to groom as in long-haired breeds.

This eliminates the need for frequent fur removal from the couch and bedsheets.

Is The Dogo Argentino Pitbull Mix Good For People With Allergies?

Unfortunately, no. Being hypoallergenic is a trait that is generally inherited from the parents, and since neither American Pitbull Terriers nor Dogos Argentinos are hypoallergenic breeds, their crossbreed doesn’t have that desirable characteristic either.

Final Thoughts

The Dogo Argentino Pitbull mix is one of those fascinating mixed breeds that not a lot of people have heard of.

The aim of this article was to bring this crossbreed closer to the general public and perhaps inspire people to learn more about them. That’s why we tried to include everything we possibly could about the Dogo Pit — from details about their appearance and personality, diet, exercise, and training, as well as some of the most common health issues that affect these dogs.

That is great info not only if you wanted to get yourself familiar with the Dogo Argentino Pitbull mix, but also if you had hopes of adopting one and bringing it into your home.

Before adopting any dog, it’s vital that you educate yourself about its traits so that you can be prepared to raise it in the best possible way.

If you have decided that the Dogo Pit is the best dog for you personally, then we hope that this article has shed some light on this crossbreed and given you the confidence to look for a Dogo Argentino Pitbull mix puppy yourself.