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The Corso dog is a very affectionate, quiet, loyal and caring dog. They are instinctively protective of their families and are generally not fond of strangers and tend to be suspicious which makes them good watchdogs. Thus, they are a family-only type of dog and don’t usually like anyone or any animal out of their family. Their suspicious behavior and overprotectiveness can be curbed early by socialization but they will always be protective and loyal.
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The cane corso is a large dog breed that originated from Italy hence it is also known as the Italian mastiff or the king corso due to its size. Hence the cane corso dog was recognized by the AKC in 2010 as part of the working group. The cane corsso mastiff is thought to be a descendant of the dogs that the Romans used in wars and as a guard dog and in chasing down big prey. Due to their size, they are more adaptable to temperature rather than space and will handle cooler or warmer climates but are not suited for apartment living.
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The Italian cane corso is a relatively healthy dog but a few breed-specific conditions such as entropion and hip dysplasia. They have a lifespan of 9-12 years and being large dogs, they grow up to 28 inches tall at the shoulder and weigh between 80-120 pounds. Moreover, they are an active dog breed and need regular strenuous exercise to remain healthy and maintain a good muscle tone. This makes them good jogging partners or for any other sports such as hiking. When they have nothing to do, it may make them destructive.
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Training for the can corso puppy is a must because if not then they might tend to be aggressive in their protectiveness. They are a better fit for experienced dog owners. Expecially those who have owned large dogs and can train and easily socialize them. Consistent training is required as they like to test boundaries and they are also sensitive to voice tone. So your tone must be calm and confident when praising or correcting them. Lastly, these dogs don’t need a lot of grooming. They shed lightly except during heavy shedding twice a year. Their common coat colors include black, light and dark grey or fawn and a mixed red. Teeth brushing is also required frequently to prevent tartar build up and hence gum disease.