The Dogo Argentino was originally developed in Argentina to hunt big game in what can only be described as some very arduous terrain. But, today, if you were to ask the AKC to describe them, you would hear terms like "highly intelligent", "friendly", and "easy to train". Unfortunately, they are also very much the choice of dog fighters, giving them a bad reputation. Because the Dogo is a large, very powerful dog who is very high-energy, he may need to be calmed down before you attempt to groom him.
While your pooch really doesn't care if you groom him or not, the tools you plan to use are likely to make him more than a little nervous at first. It is going to take some time for him to get used to the whole idea of being brushed every week. The good news is that as you build a bond with your pup, he will learn to trust you, making things like grooming much easier.
The Dogo Argentino has a mixed reputation, but when trained properly can be the consummate family dog and protector. They can be a little on the stubborn side, but you can always use a few well-placed treats to keep things moving along. Once you get your pooch used to being groomed it should take you no more than 20 minutes from start to finish, if you have taught your pup to remain calm properly.