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Demi, an adoptable Dogo Argentino in Houston, TX_image-1

Demi Dogo Argentino Houston, TX

  • Senior
  • Female
  • Large
  • White / Cream


Affectionate, Loyal, Smart, Couch Potato
Coat length
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered, special needs.
Adoption fee

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Meet Demi

Our sweetest Mama Demi is ready for her forever home!

She was rescued on her euthanasia date, just hours before her time was up, from Riverside shelter. She was brought in as a stray to the shelter still lactating, skinny, dirty and estimated to be a senior mama. Although we don't know what her life was like before DC Dogos, we are so thankful we get to help write her future! 

Demi is currently being fostered in El Paso Texas. She is around other Dogos and does tend to be selective, so slow intros to other male dogs are a must. She is great with children and all people. She does still get the zoomies even though it is assumed she is around 7 years old. She is up to date on vaccines and spayed and ready to go to her new home! 

We do think that Demi is deaf (or close to it). This should be a consideration for her new home but is definitely something that can be worked with! Demi really just wants a soft bed to sleep on and humans to call her own! She is availabe for adoption and can be transported! Please open your home to this sweet senior. Sometimes our seniors get forgotten when there are puppies available but you will not regret sharing this sweet mama's golden years! 

Dogos are a wonderful breed but we urge anyone interested to dig in and do a lot of research before
deciding if they are a good fit for your home. They require a lot of attention and training with them
never ends! Boundaries must be enforced and they often need reminders as they push past boundaires
you set! Dogos are loving, kind and gentle but don't mistake that for weakness because they are equally
powerful and intense as well! Everyone in the home must be on board with having a dogo and play a
major role in their daily routines and training. Yes it is work, but the rewards are ten-fold! Lazy homes
don't work for dogos as they need stimulation, exercise, and lots of attention too during their younger
years. Our goal in rescue is to be as transparent as we can about each and every dog plus make sure new
families really understand the needs of a dogo!

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