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Overview of Cane Corso

Cane Corso dog breed is Pure breed Large in size. Fur of Cane Corso is short and shiny . Basic origin of Cane Corso is Italy. Cane Corso is Good With Other Animals, Cane Corso is commonly Even Tempered, Reserved, Calm, Quiet, Stable, Trainable. The Cane Corso is not recommended for novice dog owners. As a puppy, it requires strong leadership and consistent training and it is highly encouraged to begin socialization as soon as possible. Ideally the Cane Corso should be indifferent when approached and should only react in a protective manner when a real threat is present. They will very rarely fight unless provoked and are typically very docile and sweet.
Cane Corso is available in black and fawn Colors.

Height and weight of Cane Corso

Adult Male of Cane Corso is about 45 – 50 kg and adult female of Cane Corso is about 40 – 45 kg in Weight.
Height of Cane Corso is commonly 62 – 72 cm.

Common Health Issues of Cane Corso

Cane Corso has tendency to suffer from hip dysplasia  

Appearance of Cane Corso

The head of the Cane Corso is perhaps its most important feature. It is large and imposing. The forehead should be flat and convergent to the muzzle. The muzzle is flat, rectangular (when viewed from above), and generally as wide as it is long; approximately 33% the total length of the skull (a ratio of 2:1). The eyes are almond in shape, set straight and when viewed from the front, set slightly above the line of the muzzle. Darker eyes are preferred, however, the color of the eyes tends to emulate the shade of brindling in the coat. Traditionally the ears are cropped short in equilateral triangles that stand erect, however, as cropping is no longer legal in many jurisdictions, Cane Corso with ears are becoming more common, and should hang smoothly against the head, coming to at or slightly below the level of the eyes. The tail of the Corso is traditionally docked fairly long, at the 4th vertebra. Again, with trends in cosmetic surgeries for dogs changing, many Corsos now have full tails, which should be carried erect, but never curled over the back.

Working Class of Cane Corso

Basically Cane Corso is Guard dog but is also used as Hunting and Companion dog.

Training of Cane Corso

Cane Corso is not easy to train.  It learns basic commands such as sit, stay, come easily. Behavior training is also very important for your Cane Corso.  Behavior training prevents and or corrects bad habits of your puppy or dog. Behavior and basic commands training for your Cane Corso should must on these lines. Do not get impatient. You will probably have to repeat the command many times. Never use negative reinforcement. Do not call your dog to come to you for punishment because this will teach your dog not to come on command. Be sure to keep any frustration out of the tone of your voice. If you feel yourself becoming frustrated, take a break. Your dog can sense this and will start to associate training with your unhappiness. You cannot hide your frustration from a dog. You cannot pretend. Dogs can feel human emotion, so stay relaxed, firm and confident.

Exercise and Fitness of Cane Corso

Daily exercise for your Cane Corso is important, dogs are living with human since thousands of years, wild dogs have challenges to survive so they work daily to find food, save food and themselves from other animals but companion dogs have nothing to do, they have ready food and couch to sit, which may affect their health, habits and activity.
Your Cane Corso is recommended Fetching,Tuging,Walking,Swimming regular according to its breed specific exercise requirements.

Behavior of Cane Corso with children and other pets

As a puppy, it requires strong leadership and consistent training and it is highly encouraged to begin socialization as soon as possible.

Special instructions related to your Cane Corso

The Cane Corso is not recommended for novice dog owners.

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