The Uruguayan Cimarron dog is a breed of molosser type dog. The word cimarrón in Latin America is used to mean feral, referring to the breed’s history. It is a very beautiful breed with medium to large in size. As the name suggests, the breed was originated from Uruguay. It is also known by some other names. It’s other names include Cimarron, Uruguayan Cimarron, Cimarron Creole, Maroon Dog, Cerro Largo Dog, Perro Cimarron and Cimarron Dog. The breed mainly descends from the Alano Espanol and other European dogs brought by early colonizers and released or abandoned. The dogs adapted to
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