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! Mario, We are just loving him!!!! He is such a great puppy! He ran around the soccer field playing with all the kids. He has such a great personality. Right now he is laying on a bean bag enjoy the TV. He is the best!!!We are taking him Monday to the Vet for a check-up. Do we need to send you any verification of his visit? We also sent you the extra money for the pedigree papers. How long […]
Dear Steve, Just to give you an update. Bella (Gamma) has settled in very well and she is such a lovely dog. The whole family enjoys having her around and she even became friends with our cat. This morning we took her to the beach. I will attach a photo of her. Regards, Annette
Hello Eddie, Here are news about Tifany, she has one year and weighs 2 kg. she is very intelligent and obedient. It has already taken its first dip in the pool, she swims well, she is very playful and funny Her name is Tina,we love it. here is my picture Sincerely Dominique Chort
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.