Breed FAQ

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[intense_collapse title=”What is the temperament of a Cane Corso?” external_link_target=”_self”]The are intelligent, the Cane Corso is easily trained. As a large and athletic breed, they need a lot of exercise. For this breed to be a well-balanced member of society, he needs extensive socialization and training from an early age. He does not do well crated all day and should have a fenced in yard for adequate exercise. They are affectionate to their owner and bond closely with children and family. The Corso requires substantial time invested and owners with an understanding of dog hierarchy.[/intense_collapse]
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Traditionally, Medium, but make no mistake: This is a whole lot of dog, both physically and temperamentally. They’re smart, trainable, eager to please, versatile, and docile and intensely loyal with their humans, especially children. Corsi are also assertive and willful, and can end up owning an unwitting owner. As with other large guarding dogs, responsible and early socialization with people and other dogs is vital. Of course depending on the age of the dog and it’s history, this can vary.[/intense_collapse]