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About Cane Corsos

A little info about Cane Corsos.

THE CANE CORSO IS A MED-LARGE WORKING DOG.  IT IS A DESCENDENT OF THE OLD TIME ANCIENT ROMAN MOLOSSER WAR DOG THAT WERE PITTED AGAINST LIONS IN ANCIENT ROMAN TIMES.  THEY ARE VERY STRONG AND PROTECTIVE WITH A VERY STABLE TEMPERAMENT.  THEY WERE USED AS FLOCK GUARDIANS.  TODAY THEY ARE USE AS GUARD DOGS THAT ARE VERY LOYAL TO THEIR FAMILY AND QUITE ALOOP OF STRANGERS.  THESE DOGS SHOULD HAVE A VERY PROTECTIVE NATURE.

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Some assume that Cane Corsos are aggresive by nature due to size this is not true!  Corsos are very loyal, docile but protective companions (when properly trained).  A corso should never be aggressive, unless defending you or your family against a valid perpetrator.  They are wonderful with children and an all around good companion.  Corsos are athletic, large, agile, loving and stubborn.  The Cane Corso craves regular affection, attention and interaction with its family.  I would not dare try to pawn them off as flawless dogs.  They are prone to things like hip and elbow dysplasia, cherry eye, entropion and demodetic mange.  If not reared by worthy owners or  responsible breeders, they can be the complete opposite of a wonderful dog.
-THIS INFO CAME FORM CANE CORSO BREED GROUP

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TEMPERAMENT: VERY INTELLIGENT, CONFIDENT & ALERT.
HEIGHT: MALES 24"-28" FEMALES 22"-26"
WEIGHT: MALES 90LBS.-140LBS. FEMALES 80LBS.-110LBS.
COLOR: BLACK, RED, BLUE, FAWN, CHESTNUT OR ANY OF THESE COLORS BRINDLED.
 

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BREEDER Red Flags

     A wise puppy buyer always researches the breeder he or she will be purchasing a puppy from.  If you encounter any of the following warning signs when checking out a breeder, run, don't walk, in the opposite direction.

  • The breeder's facilities are dirty or in ill repair.
  • The breeder's dogs seem unhealthy or poorly socilized.
  • The breeder is reluctant to show you the accommodations he or she has for the dogs.
  • The breeder emphasizes the aggressiveness of his or her dogs.
  • The breeder does not ask you screening questions about the kind of home you will provide.

 
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