Cane Corso - Ultimate Personal Security.his is only a puppy!!!!Check my other videos to see the beast he has become.This boy isnot mutilated, ears and tail remain untouched. Healthy, balanced ...
Cane Corso - Ultimate Personal Security.
his is only a puppy!!!! Check my other videos to see the beast he has become. This boy is not mutilated, ears and tail remain untouched. Healthy, balanced and the strength of an Ox. Unmatched security.
Recently many owners of so-called Cane Corso have been in touch complaining why their dogs act unlike what the Corso is known for. Unfortunately the truth is rather simple, poor breeding in the USA and Europe accounts for a large percentage of the weakening of this Italian breeds heritage and temperament. If the breeders want to breed large Corso then maybe they should look at becoming Neapolitan Mastiff breeders.
The Corso was historically bred to be the slimmer, extremely agile and limitless stamina of the two closely related root breeds. I have seen far too many Corso which look like machines on steroids, yet they do not possess the basic abilities and courage of a root Corso. Ownership of this breed should be done with research and understanding in mind.
A trip to Italy to see some very famous Sicillian breeders would open ones eyes to what the breed is capable of and how it should look and I highly recommend this before purchasing a Corso. There is nothing wrong with bandogges, but if you are after authentic Italian Cane Corso then you need to read the breed standard to understand the difference in size and type, far too many giant bandogges get passed off as Corso today, there is a distinct difference, although the CC was historically the italian bandog, there is a breed spec now, the CC is small and dangerously agile, a bandogge with no spec is much larger and less than half the stamina! To be honest, all mastiff type guard-dogs are great power-machines, but not only are they all different in look, but also in temperament, so what you get is what you like, but do your research first, some of these CC require a lot of exercise! Much more than the average GSD and Dobermann.