Ancient Italian breed medium-large size Molossus Dog. The Corso’s lineage goes back to ancient Roman times, and the breed’s name roughly translates from the Latin as “bodyguard dog”.
Sturdy, with a strong skeleton.
Muscular and athletic, it moves with considerable ease and elegance.
It has always been a property watchdog and hunter of difficult game such as the wild boar.
Smart, trainable and of noble bearing, the assertive and confident Cane Corso is a peerless protector.
Black, Fawn, Grey, Gray Brindle, Black Brindle, Red, Chestnut Brindle.
Characteristics of this breed:
At nearly 28 inches at the shoulder and often weighing more than 100 pounds, with a large head, alert expression, and muscles rippling beneath their short stiff coat.
Lifespan: 9-12 years
What To Expect When Caring For a Cane Corso:
When you take a dog into your life, you need to understand the commitment that dog ownership entails. Owning a dog is not just a privilege, it’s a responsibility. They depend on us for, at minimum, food and shelter, and deserve much more. You must have it as your child.
So you have to play with and to care about: Their Health, Grooming, Exercise, Training and Nutrition.
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