Cane Corso Dog Breed Information Guide
Cane Corso (Italian Mastiff) dog breed information guide offers a wealth of information about this extra large dog breed. Learn about the history, appearance, personality, temperament, health issues, training, grooming, care, feeding and keeping of one of these unique giant breed dogs.
About Cane Corsos
A direct descendant of the old Roman Molossian, “Canis Pugnax,” the Cane Corso has long been a companion of the Italian people. Used in battles, for hunting large game, as a personal guard dog, and as a drover that would help to drive the cattle to market, it’s no wonder that the Cane Corso was so favored throughout Italy.
The Cane Corso pronounced kah-neh kor-so is a large dog breed of Southern Italian origins that is used as a guardian, and for protection, tracking and as a police dog. Wikipedia
Life expectancy: 10 – 12 years
Weight: Female: 40–45 kg, Male: 45–50 kg
Temperament: Trainable, Even Tempered, Reserved, Stable, Quiet, Calm
Height: Female: 58–66 cm, Male: 62–70 cm
Colors: Black, Black Brindle, Fawn, Grey, Chestnut Brindle, Red