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Male Adult Dogo Argentino

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About Casper

Adoption Fee: $400

Casper is a 3 year old male Dogo that was surrendered to the rescue near Santa Cruz California. He is loving, full of energy, and wants to please!

Since coming into the rescue, we have learned so much about this silly boy, and he has made significant progress.

Casper thrives off of a routine where he knows what is expected of him and his rules and boundaries. He is very food motivated and quick to learn. He knows basic commands and listens well. He could benefit from some additional training, and would love to have a “job” or agility training! Casper has a very high prey drive, so watch out for critters !

He walks well on a leash and LOVES his walks. He also LOVES his tennis ball

When he came to us, he had some anxiety and nervousness, However, this is improving with consistency in his foster home.

Casper would love an active family who can provide him with lots of exercise and stimulation, as well as routines and of course lots of love! He is a very happy and loving boy.

He is currently with his fabulous foster in the San Francisco Bay Area. We would love to find a local adopter so Caspers transition will be easier.



3 years, 10 months
Primary Color
Pet Has Special Needs
Shots up to date
Ok with kids
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats
Not Sure
Exercise level
Needs LOTS of exercise
Training level
Has basic training
Gets along with male dogs
Gets along with female dogs
Current Location
San Mateo, CA

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