My first question in assessing your needs and wants, what are you looking for....Companionship, Show, Pet, Working, Protection...etc.
All are needs differ,
Can you help me decide whether the Cane Corso is the best breed for me?
Yes, I offer personal consultations on choosing the best breed for your family and lifestyle..
Do male dogs or female dogs make better pets?
Ah, let the debate begin! Honestly, male Cane Corsos have pros and cons, and female Cane Corsos have pros and cons. This is a matter of personal preference. The male is larger and more impressive when first seen. The female, however, should be considered as equal in all other aspects.
There's an adorable Cane Corso puppy at the pet shop. The store manager assures me they only buy from responsible breeders. Could this be true?
No. There are no responsible Cane Corso breeders who would ever place one of their Cane Corso puppies in a pet shop for resale.
How do I find a good Cane Corso breeder?
It's hard! The sad truth is that the vast majority of people offering Cane Corso puppies for sale are unknowledgeable, irresponsible, completely clueless – or all of the above. Ask for reference and listen to what breeders have to say. Kennels have different breeding styles and are not created equal. - Start with me first...your here! 🙂
Are they good watchdogs?
The size and bark of the Cane Corso will discourage most intruders, yet he will learn to recognize your friends and receive them cordially. If an intruder proceeds he will fiercely defend your family and home. The Cane Corso matures slowly and his protective instincts become very apparent as he matures.
Do they shed?
Cane Corsi shed twice a year. Usually in the Spring and Fall helping them to adjust to the changing seasons. For the remainder of the year there is seldom any annoyance from shedding.
How big are they?
Males range from 25 to 27 inches at the shoulder and weigh should be portion to the structure. Females range from 24 to 26 inches at the shoulder and weigh should be portion to the structure. Cane Corso can be found that are larger or smaller than the sizes given, however they are not considered typical by the breed standard.