Lirio Blanco Dogos Argentinos | Breed Standards
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Breed Standards

The Argentine Boar-Hound

Genuine features and character

The breed was bred up for big game hunting (wild boars, puma, wild fox, etc.)

Its general appearance is of strength, force and energy with a compact figure and robust muscular development, that highly contrast with its mild and gentle expression. Its body is perfectly balanced; with straight front legs and well arched robust hindquarters, curved for the long run: strong and muscular neck, the tail thick, gradually coming to a point and naturally fallen towards the hock joint, in the whole, it must represent power, resistance and a great physical fora but also an agile and good runner dog. It is a mesomorphy or normotype and in it a macrothalic without reaching gigantism.