Cane CorsoDogsCane Corso
- Personality Smart trained, trainable, and noble of character; assertive and confident. Corsi is the most reliable security guards
- The level of energy: Somewhat energetic; fast and athletic, but also powerful. these big bruisers are happy with their time in the gym.
- Great with Children: Better with Supervision
- Excellent with other dogs: With Supervision
- Shedding: Seasonal
- Grooming: Occasional
- Trainability: Response Well
- Size:25-27.5 inches (male), 23.5-26 inches (female)
- Weight: Proportionate to height
- Live Expectancy 9-12 years
- Barking Level: Barks When Necessary
About The Breed
The Cane Corso Italiano is an extremely sensitive, loyal, and secure dog, which is extremely adaptable and easily trainable. It’s also tempered by being alert and confident which makes it a fantastic guard dog or watchdog. Cane Corso Mastiffs don’t tend to be violent, but they will protect their owners with fierceness when required. They’re almost unstoppable when fighting due to their unusually high tolerance to pain.
Cane Corsos generally are healthy dogs. Responsible breeders monitor their breeding stock for any health issues, such as hip dysplasia and idiopathic epilepsy, Demodex mange, and eyelid abnormalities. large and deep-chested breeds are prone to bloat, which is a severe, life-threatening stomach problem that can be fatal. Cane Corso owners should learn the signs to watch out for and what to do in the event of bloat. Like other breeds that are bred, Cane Corso’s ears must be checked frequently for signs of infection and teeth should be cleaned regularly, using a specific toothpaste made specifically for dogs.
The Cane Corso’s coat is short however it is it is double-layered. Its undercoat which differs in length based on the climate in which the dog is in sheds through the year, but especially during the shedding time of the spring. Every week brushing'”daily during the shedding season” with a medium-bristle brush a rubber grooming glove and tool or pet glove is a great way to remove dead hair prior to it being able to be thrown onto furniture, and helps get rid of dirt and encourages the growth of new hair. Like all breeds nail nails must be cut frequently, as excessively long nails could cause pain to dogs and may cause discomfort when walking or running.
Socialization at an early age and puppy training classes are advised for all dogs, however, for a breed as massive and strong as the Cane Corso, they are an absolute must. A lot of Cane Corsos are dominant and protective. Socialization can assist in making sure they develop into well-behaved, well-adjusted adults. Training in obedience will prevent them from becoming the mainstay within the family. Cane Corsos are smart and very eager to please, and so they’re generally simple to train. In spite of their looks, Cane Corsos are all heartfelt and will respond to affection and reward much better than harsh corrections or methods of training.
The Cane Corso will do well with a premium diet for dogs, either manufactured commercially or made at home under your veterinarian’s oversight and consent. All diets should be suited to the age of the dog (puppy adult, adult, or older). Certain breeds of dogs are at risk of being overweight, so keep an eye on your dog’s intake of calories and weight. Treats can be a significant aid in training, however, eating too many can result in overweight. Find out which foods that humans eat are safe for dogs and which ones aren’t. Consult your veterinarian in case you are concerned regarding your dog’s weight or diet. Fresh, clean water must be readily available throughout the day.
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