That's why I think it'd be a good breed to use. Nothing would need to be changed about the breed itself. Certain lines bred to create a more specific dog used for hunting people in a law enforcement capacity vs hogs and cougars. It wouldn't even need to be bred outside the set standards. 80-85 pounds is within standards. Breeding for chasing and catching humans isn't that far off from hogs and cougars. Same temperament, within all standards, just tweak what the dog wants to chase and catch. I didn't think it was that hard to grasp and I don't think it would be outside what the founder of the breed would accept or want. Working dogs are tools to be used and refined as necessary. I'd say the dogo breed has proven itself to be more than a just a simple, capable warrior. Many dog breeds are capable warriors. Dogos have more than that. They go to the field, hunt prey, catch prey, and go home to be great companions. Just realign the sights for a slightly different target and keep the breed within standard. Sorry if I'm talking over your head. Maybe this time you feel like your questions have been answered about whatever the hell you were asking.
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