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A Member of The Family:
Cesar Millan's Guide to a
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Canarian Catch Dog
  Size: Large- to Extra-Large-Sized Dog

Other Names:
Canary Dog
Presa Canario
Dogo Canario
Perro de Presa Canario
Presa

Country of Origin: Canary Islands, Spain

AKC: FSS
CKC:
UKC: Guardian Dog
The Canarian Catch Dog is a medium-sized dog with a thick and muscular body, and a black mask that does not extend above the eyes. His head is broad, massive, square, and powerful. If cropped, his ears stand erect. Un-cropped, his ears are close fitting to his head, they hang down and should be pendant or "rose" shaped. His lips are thick and hang in an inverted V where they join. His interior lips are dark. The breed is characterized by a sloping topline, with the rear being slightly higher than the shoulders. He is heavily built, while able to move with great athleticism.
Height: Male: 23-26 inches; Female: 22-25 inches
Weight: Male: 100 pounds minimum; Female: 85 pounds minimum
Color(s): Silver fawn; red fawn; fawn; red, brown, fawn, or reverse brindle; verdino; black; white can be found on the chest and feet, and occasionally on a blaze on the muzzle
Coat: Short, with no undercoat, slightly coarse
Description: The Canarian Catch Dog is a large Molosser-type dog breed originally bred for working livestock. The breed is originally from the Canary Islands in the 1700s, notably Gran Canaria.
Temperament: The Canarian Catch Dog has a strong, dominant character. Many Canarian Catch Dogs share their homes with children, other dogs, cats, horses, and other farm animals. In some situations, they can be aggressive toward other dogs and suspicious of strangers. However, once the dog has been properly socialized and trained, this becomes the exception rather than the rule. The Canarian Catch Dog is not recommended for the first time dog owner.
Training: Due to his temperament, the Canarian Catch Dog can be a challenge to train. He requires a firm, dominant owner, and early socialization and obedience training.
Care & Grooming:
Shedding: Minimal
Health: Due to the breed's vast gene pool, at this time, many of the genetic problems that affect other purebreds are less evident in the Canarian Catch Dog. As a large breed, the Canarian Catch Dog can develop hip dysplasia. Other reported health problems include patellar luxation and patellar evulsions, skin cysts, epilepsy, osteochondrodysplasias, demodectic mange and cryptorchidism.
Lifespan: 8-12 years
Litter Size:

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