“La Cocha” is one of the most renowned dogo Argentino kennels in the world, since its origin comes from the creators of the breed. Since his youth, Dr Antonio Nores Martínez had the magnificent idea of creating the much famous dogo Argentino. He worked tirelessly on its genetics and in 1974 he managed to present the breed in the province of San Luis.
Unfortunately, Antonio was murdered before he could register the breed as such, so his brother, Agustín Nores Martínez, was the one who achieved its recognition by the International Cynological Federation (Fédération Cynologique Internationale-FCI) in 1972.
Since then, the progress of the breed has been left to his family.
With the first pedigrees "Del Chubut" and "Totoral", "La Cocha" kennel is registered in the Federación Cinológica Argentina (Argentine Cynological Federation -FCA) in the name of Beatriz Nores Martínez and Ulises Donato D'Andrea.
Since 1989 Ulises D’Andrea Nores and Jorge Alberto Funes have been managing the kennel. The gates of the kennel are open year-round to visitors from all over the world, interested in sharing their lives with a dogo.