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Argentinean breed created a business around the world – each “Dogo” costs up to US$6,000

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Arsim Dreshaj, a Croatian who has been living in Sweden for years, has a kennel of Argentine dogos in the city of Mariestad (300 kilometers from Stockholm).

His dogs sell for about 2500 euros and have Argentinean blood since he bought the first female from Horacio Rivero Nores, who has the oldest kennel in the country without interruptions since its origin; it is in Falda del Carmen in Córdoba province.

"I got to know the breed in 2004 in a book on hunting dogs," Dreshaj told La Nacion newspaper. I started learning about those dogs . . .

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