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Cane Corso Dog
The Cane Corso is a well-muscular dog bred for hunting and guard service; It is a large dog.

This breed belongs to the Mastiff family. He is of Italian origin and has a commanding posture that depicts power, agility, and bravery. Although less massive when compared to some other Mastiff breeds, he has powerful muscles that are put to fair use—for this reason, widely used in the protection of lives and properties, for police work, and as companion dogs. The Cane Corso is said to have an ancestry line that links back to Rome.

They are the descendants of Roman war dogs and developed to hunt games, guard property, and do farm work.



Intelligent; This makes training him very easy
Protective; He is the self-assigned guardian of his family, and he takes his job very seriously
Affectionate; He has a lot of love to give, and he gives it only to the members of his family


The most distinguishing feature of the Cane Corso is his big head that features a rectangular-shaped muzzle and a pair of almond-shaped eyes.
He has an athletic build, with weight and height ranging from 88 to 110 pounds and 23 to 28 inches, respectively.
Cane Corso’s coat is short and glossy and can appear in varying colors like black, fawn, brindle, grey, black brindle, and grey brindle.


The Cane Corso is an affectionate dog. However, it appears that this love is only reserved for his family as he is not as enthusiastic around strangers. Although he may jump and wag his tail when he is with you, don’t expect the same attitude when he’s around unfamiliar people. However, it can modify it with early socialization and training.
The Cane Corso is a working dog. For this reason, he is unlikely to sit on the couch all day. Most of the time, he tends to stay physically and mentally stimulated. Give him a "job" to do, and you’ll have a happy dog in your home every day.
The Cane Corso is easy to train. As a result of his very high intelligence and working heritage, he catches up on issued commands quickly. Activities like agility training, obedience training, and tracking excite him because he sees them as "work." Therefore, he wastes no time at all in the performance of these tasks.
He has a high prey drive. As a result, it is likely to see him run after small animals and moving objects such as vehicles. Hence, it is essential to keep him close or on a leash whenever you’re in public, to ensure his safety.


Because of his working heritage, the Cane Corso needs to exercise regularly. Maintain a routine of about 30 to 60 minutes of physical activity every day to make your dog happy and stay in shape.

He is likely to go prey-hunting if left unguarded. Secure him in a large fenced yard.

If you intend to add this breed of dogs to your family member. You can find adorable Cane Corso puppies for sale near you

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