BUY A CANE CORSO PUPPY

 

Buy an italian cane corso puppy also called Italian mastiff

When you start searching for a corso cane puppy (Italian mastiff) as a new member of the family, most of us consider how we want our corso cane pup to be and we look into different criteria. These criteria vary from character, size, consideration of the space in our house … But we must have other important aspects to consider, such as the genetic morphology of the dog we choose.

We always have to make sure that when we choose the place where to buy our italian corso cane pup, the breeder knows perfectly the breed that works and knows how to clarify each of the doubts we have, also make sure that it has an affix, it will always increase the confidence when you buy the cane corso puppy or italian mastiff.

Transparency is paramount, so the breeder you choose shouldn’t have any problem showing you the parents of your puppy, because that way you can know and see the puppy’s breeding line.

Given that the Cane Corsos are prone to suffer from diseases such as hip dysplasia, it is important that you know how to choose the breeder where you will buy it from in order to make sure that it has taken this genetic factor into account and has not overlooked it at the time to reproduce your dogs.

All the facts treated previously aside, I have to tell you that a good breeder knows how to recognize the character that a dog or another will have, since it has the ability to know how to observe each dog as a unique and distinguished example. This ability for the buyer is very important, because when they explain what they are looking for, the breeder will know how to guide them towards the puppy that best suits his needs, and this is achieved with years and years of experience with the breed.

I hope these tips serve you when you find yourself choosing where to buy a puppy, because our goal as breeders is to selectively maintain and improve a breed, and I personally do not live this as a job, but as a hobby with a clear objective in order to obtain the optimal specimens and know what I am looking for in each of them.
Juan Manuel Morato.