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Cane Corso

Average sizes and life expectancy of the breed

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Characteristics of the Cane Corso

Tendency to bark
Pet Friendly
Energy Level
Trainability
Affection Level
Intelligence
Kid Friendly
Territorialism
coat

Coat

The Cane Corso has a very short coat that barely sheds. Weekly brushing is ideal for removing dead hair and keeping its coat shiny. This dog is usually bluish in color, but is also accepted in black and brindle variations. Some specimens are more wrinkled in certain regions of the body, requiring special care with these areas. Excessive drool can stain their fur, requiring daily cleaning with a dry cloth or wet tissue especially for pets.

Pet Profile

Taking Care of a Cane Corso

The Cane Corso does not require very special care, but it is necessary to talk to your puppy's breeder to find out about its heredity and to know if there is a possibility that your puppy has dysplasias or eye problems. A dog of this breed should live in a very spacious place where it can exercise daily. Walks are more than necessary not only for its size/size, but also for the pet to behave well in front of other people and animals of different species. Muscle strengthening is also essential for your good health. Prevent your cane corso from gaining too much weight, but talk to a veterinarian so you can know the ideal weight for your four-legged child.

Health
Health
Curiosities
Curiosities
Intelligence
Intelligence
Temperament
Temperament
Lifetime
Lifetime