Morocho is the Dogo who stole two young girls and beat a Puma. The renowned dogo fought a puma to defend the kids.
Ulises (Dr. Nores Martines, the creator’s grandson) decided to run errands in La Cocha a few months earlier. She brought “Sofa,” his 10-year-old daughter, who he had planned to travel and return on the same day. There were no issues during the trip.
The foreman, “Tomás,” began to work right away with Uisses as soon as they arrived at the estancia. ‘Sofa’ and ‘Yoli,’ ‘Tomás’s’ daughter, asked permission to visit a sizable fig tree 700 yards from the main home in order to collect and eat some figs.
The tastiest figs are typically found at the top of the tree, so Yoli scaled the highest branch she could. There was just one problem. The tree had been scaled by others in addition to her.
Yoli was around 7 feet above the ground when she first heard the tree’s leaves rustling and branches swinging.
She was unaware that the same tree was home to a puma, also referred to as a mountain lion or cougar.
She noticed a HUGE puma leaping down the upper branches when she looked up. Yoli was knocked down from a height of two meters when the beast hit the kid with one of its paws. She arrived at a level back landing.
One of Ulises’ top dogo, Morocho, had been wagging his tail jokingly after them as usual whenever they passed through the estancia.
The Dogo Argentino made the decision to put his life in danger in order to save two young children when Morocho came face to face with a puma. After hearing the girls scream, Yoli’s father took off as quickly as he could.
In the words of Tomas Bracamonte, “I thought it was a snake.” I hurried over there. I made my way over to them as quickly as I could.
Morocho was present when he got there. Despite having horrific wounds, the dog was still alive. Puma departed from us.
Because of Morocho, those two young girls are still living today. Throughout the world, Morocho’s bravery astounded millions of people.
He is blessed since our furry Angels are keeping an eye on us all. Godspeed, I beg you!