Hello Eddie, I’m writing to let you know Anton is doing FANTASTIC!! I have had him for a week now and i’m truly amazed how intelligent/obedient he is. He already knows “come”, “sit”, “down”, “heel” and “shake”. He enjoys training a lot but it is also very challenging since Anton is very stubborn, you can’t make him do something if he doesn’t want to do it or if he gets nothing from it. I know how to motivate him and […]
Hi Eddie Sorry i havent wrote to you before. I received Brinkley in good health, took him to the vet and everything was perfect. I want to thank you once again for sending Brinkley. With brinkley and Mattie now it is too much fun. I am enjoying every moment with them and thanks to you and the europuppy team. I have attached few photos and will be sending more later. I cant thank you enough for all your help and […]
Dear Eddie & Tibor, I just want to inform you that Harmony arrived safe, and we have her now atour home.Thank you for all of your efforts, it was a pleasure working with you. Cheers, Monique Here is a pic till I get u another :) and I will write a review..
Mario, We would like to Thank Mario and Europuppy for all they have done to help us with the purchase of our first Neapolitan Mastiff. We were very skeptical about buying a puppy over the internet, but Mario was very patient and helpful. He answered all of my calls and emails in a timely manner, and was very helpful with all my questions. We spent a couple weeks researching Neos and Europuppy, and we are very pleased with our choice […]
About Canary Dog Breed
The Canary Dog or Presa Canario ancestry probably includes the now extinct naive and indigenous Bardino Majero, crossed with imported English Mastiffs. It was developed in the Canary Islands in the 1800’s specifically for dog fighting.
At one time dog fighting was a common and popular entertainment in most European countries, and breeds were developed specially for their tenacity and endurance. In some countries, such as Ireland, fights were staged in open fields, but more often, as was the case in the Canary Islands, fighting took place in rings or pits.