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Tommy

Male Adult Dogo Argentino
We rescued Tommy from a rural shelter after he was found roaming the woods with another Dogo, Gina. Tommy was scared, skin and bones, an... show more
We rescued Tommy from a rural shelter after he was found roaming the woods with another Dogo, Gina. Tommy was scared, skin and bones, and stained yellow all over. His first few weeks in rescue were tough on Tommy as he had to be separated from his best friend Gina, and was put into boarding. Despite Tommy's sad initial few weeks, nowadays he is the happiest guy in the world. Reunited with Gina, they are both being fostered in the Atlanta suburbs where they spend their days playing with their dozens of toys, napping on their soft and comfy beds, and digging in the yard searching for moles. Tommy loves his people but is more laid back than Gina, but always stopping to show some love to his foster parents. Tommy is well behaved and trained in basic commands. Tommy's ideal home would be somewhere Gina would be welcome, too (: Although Tommy is good with other dogs (with a good intro of course) his ideal home would be one where him and Gina could be the only dogs - giving their humans ample time to give them both the attention they deserve. Preferably people who like being outdoors, as they both adore spending time outside. No small children, as these two play hard and would knock over anything in their way! Even after everything Tommy has been through, he really is such an amazing Dogo, and is looking forward to being adopted with his bestie! show less
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Willow

Female Puppy Dogo Argentino
Willow is one of Mama Snow Monroe's puppies.  She is just over 4 months old.   Willow is very smart, and figures things out quickly (esp... show more
Willow is one of Mama Snow Monroe's puppies.  She is just over 4 months old.   Willow is very smart, and figures things out quickly (especially how to escape!) She loves to play with new toys, lick peanut butter Kongs, run and wrestle with her older Dogo foster sister, and steal her foster moms shoes and slippers! She enjoys meeting new people and new dogs, but does not like dogs that are dominant or try to bully her. She is VERY treat and food motivated and is responding well to training. She is walking well on a leash and likes short walks; she does get pretty tired on longer walks since she is still young. Willow is not a fan of going in the car as she gets car sick, but we are working on this and she has been improving. We think she will grow out of this and is getting better. She is crate trained and almost fully potty trained. She needs a home that has lots of time to continue her training and socialization.  Her ideal home has an older large male dog, experienced Dogo owners, and lots of space to run and play. She would be ok with older children, and unsure around cats. She is good with other dogs so far, but has a very dominant personality and should not be in a home with another female dog. Her family needs to be able to establish and alpha role, and create good rules and boundaries with her so that she knows her place in the family. Willow LOVES to be with her people, and she is the best cuddler! Watch out because she gives lots of kisses! Overall, she is a sweet pups who responds well to training. She is looking for an ACTIVE homes with Dogo (or similar) experience and knowledge. People who understand large, strong, dominant dogs. She needs a fenced in yard, and someone who has lots of time for training and socializing her. She would do well with dogs of the opposite sex, but not the same sex. No small children. She is friendly with people and other dogs, as long as the other dogs are submissive. She is located in the San Francisco Bay Area. Ideally, she is looking for homes within California or neighboring states because transportation for puppies is a bit hard right now. show less