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Cane Corso

Dog Cane Corso

The Cane Corso is a breed of dog originating in Italy, also known as the Italian Court Dog. Males are usually between 64 and 68 centimeters tall at the withers, while females are between 60 and 64 centimeters. Males weigh on average between 45 and 50 kilograms, while females weigh between 40 and 45 kilograms.

Their coat is short, dense, and shiny, and can be black, gray, fawn, tan, or brindle. They have a broad and powerful head, with a square muzzle and strong jaws. Their ears are medium sized, triangular and droopy, while their eyes are round and dark. Their tail is usually docked and carried high.

Cane Corsos are sturdy, muscular and athletic dogs. They are intelligent, loyal, and protective of their family, but can be suspicious of strangers. Although they are generally calm and collected, they can be aggressive towards other animals if not properly socialized. Cane Corsos need a firm but positive education, and must be socialized from an early age.

Cane Corsos need regular exercise and mental stimulation to stay healthy and happy. They are considered a working dog breed and were used for hunting, guarding, and defense. Cane Corsos also need regular grooming to keep their coat in good condition.


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