I know what the breed standard says, and a simple online search will confirm it: Dogos are white. That being said, can they ever "throw" a different color? I know of a rescue that recently got a litter of Dogo puppies. Three males, all white (with a few small acceptable markings), and three females that are the exact opposite. They are black with a little white. I didn't think this was possible. The rescuer said that he has rescued more than 500 Dogo and Dogo mixes and that it's rare for them to throw a different color, but it can happen since they have so many breeds in their genetic background. He said that she has all the Dogo traits (the body structure, temperament, etc.); she's just black. He saw both parents, purebred Dogos. It was an eviction of a backyard breeder situation. The owners said that the dogs were always together, so there's no way another male could have mated with the female. When the rescue first took them in, a family from Argentina fell in love and fostered all 6 of the puppies. They said that they looked sooooo much like the Dogos in Argentina, even the black ones. I emailed Ulises, the Dogo guy from Argentina, and he said that it sounds like the parents were NOT purebred Dogos. I sent him the pictures I got from the rescue (didn't have them at the time I first emailed him), and I am waiting for another reply... I am not interested in adopting one of the pups, just interested in the whole "Black Dogo" thing, since I am doing research on the breed.