Cordoba Fighting Dog

When did the Cordoba Fighting Dog go extinct?

Although extinct by the mid-20th Century, the Cordoba Fighting Dog's bloodlines live on in its descendant the Dogo Argentino. The Cordoba Fighting Dog was also known as the Fighting Dog of Cordoba, the Cordoban Fighting Dog, the Argentine Fighting Dog, and the Perro de Presa de Cordoba.

Why is the Cordoba Fighting Dog extinct?

The Cordoba Fighting Dog, named for its native Cordoba, Argentina, was known for its aggression and skill as a dog-fighting competitor. It became extinct, though, when breeders started crossing it with Great Danes, Bulldogs and other breeds to create a more favorable dog: the modern Dogo Argentino.

What dog can kill a mountain lion?

Although not as big as the mastiff, the Dogo Argentino was bred to hunt big game like cougars and boar. This breed was made with the extinct breed, the cordoba fighting dog, Great Dane, and more. Kangals, like Tibetan Mastiffs, protect livestock and reach up to 180 pounds. They are known for killing wolves.

What kind of dog can kill a mountain lion?

Although not as big as the mastiff, the Dogo Argentino was bred to hunt big game like cougars and boar. This breed was made with the extinct breed, the cordoba fighting dog, Great Dane, and more. Kangals, like Tibetan Mastiffs, protect livestock and reach up to 180 pounds. They are known for killing wolves.