11 Dog Breeds From Latin America

#2 – Argentine Pila

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By Monica S. Cassels (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons.

The Argentine Pila is a hairless dog originating in Argentina, as its name suggests. It is believed to be descended from the other hairless breeds found in surrounding countries, with its oldest ancestors dating back 3,000 years. They were bred primarily as companion dogs and are well-suited for apartment life.

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