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In shelter Dog

Auburn, NE, 68305
Pet name:
Dogo Argentino
Prince was found out in the country in rising flood waters.  We were very relieved to have found him before he could come to any harm.  As a Dogo Argentino, he is a lovable gentle giant. He loves to play, cherishes his treats and going for long walks. Prince is DEAF. He has been working on his hand signals.He is leash trained and is grasping the hand signals with enthusiasm. Prince needs a strong caregiver that is not intimidated by his size but can give gentle direction and further work with him on his hand signals.   He is currently working on making eye contact with his caregiver for instructions. He knows “Sit”, “No bark” and “No” with hand signals currently.  Prince needs a person who has experience training larger dogs, and can train in a firm, confident, consistent and loving manner.  He cannot go to a home with another dog as Prince can be reactive in stressful situations.  We very much would love to find our big boy a dedicated family, as he is a wonderful, fascinating, loyal, affectionate boy.  

Visit Prince at!


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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