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Cordoba Fighting Dog Temperament and Lifespan

This breed of dogs was a combination of a ruthless powerful mastiff, bull terrier and a bulldog which was used for dog fighting in Argentina. But the breed was too "ideal": instead of mating, the males and females have found more interesting things to do - trying to rip each other apart. In the end, the breed became extinct.

The Cordoba Fighting Dog was a breed which was used not only for the dogs' fighting but also for hog hunting and to protect the property, as a guard dog. The breed could be described as the courageous, determined, and ferocious. The lifespan of this breed can't be defined for sure as taking part in the dog fighting they died being young, more Flex Shot.

How Much Does a Cordoba Fighting Dog Cost and Price Range

There is not enough information about the prices for this breed of dogs as it doesn't exist now. However, according to some sources the price varied from $400 to $700. As the dogs were used to take part in the fighting, their owners earned money on them.

Cordoba Fighting Dog Colors, Shedding, Full Size and Average Weight

The dogs' breed could be considered to be middle-sized but very strong body. The weight and the height of the dog were similar to the dogs it has been interbred. They were mastiff, bulldog and bull terrier. They have similar appearance. The color was mainly light brown.

Cordoba Fighting Dog Breed Characteristics, Information and Facts

The Cordoba Fighting Dog was noted for the wish to fight till death. The dog had very high pain tolerance. It couldn't be kept at home with your family as this breed was very aggressive toward other animals, especially, dogs both males and females. It was dangerous to have it as your pet which could play with the children as you could never knew where its aggression could lead it.

In the 1920s the Cordoba Fighting Dog was interbred with such breeds as the Great Dane, Great Pyrenees, English Bulldog, Bull Terrier and Dogue de Bordeaux and the breed the Dogo was developed by crossing them.