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About the Cane Corso Dog Breed
This robust, muscular working dog is native to Italy, where it was originally used to hunt game and catch cattle. Possibly the only “Coursing Mastiff left in the world, the Cane Corso does not drool – unlike some other Mastiff breeds, and is easy to house-break. Intelligent and easy to train, this breed gets along well with other pets and makes and excellent working (hunting , guard and cattle ) dog and family pet.
Cane Corsos are very gentle and submissive – especially with children. They stand from 25 to 28 inches at the shoulder and weigh from 92 to 110 pounds (females may be slightly smaller). This breed has a dense, rough coat that requires minimal grooming. They need daily exercise, but are also laid-back and enjoy snuggling up on the couch too!
Thinking of adopting a Cane Corso dog or puppy? Our Cane Corso (Italian Mastiff) dog breed information guide will help you in making a decision about whether the Cane Corso dog breed is right for you and your family.
Our 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.