We are breeders of Cane corso in Usa in New york , we work selling puppies in NY, we work with the cane corso 20 years, and we have the best line in the world the line of the world winner X-man. We work hard with the Socialization after acquiring a cane corso puppy. Today I want to speak to you about that. Typically during the first two to three months of life, the puppy only knows its mother, siblings, and a small number of people. It is in a safe environment. At around three months, we removed him from his environment and took him to our house, a place totally unknown to him, with a new environment and people who manipulate him, speak in another language. For several days, until we get the necessary vaccinations, our puppy will interact with us and with our home but, as far as possible, we will try other experiences.
Relating to more people, in addition to those of his family, as well as going regularly to the sounds, stimuli and smells of the city; It will prevent our puppy from being scared when he starts going outside and can get stressed.
If a dog is not well socialized, we may have behavior problems in the face of a problem that helps him and shows aggressive to avoid that threat.
One way to get used to it, during the period when you are not immunized from contagions, is to walk around the city with our puppy in your arms and allow other people to approach him with love and very gently, so that he does not have any bad experience that makes him relate a human to someone he must fear.
It is very important that our puppy interact in a very calm and pleasant way with all kinds of people (men, women, youth, the elderly, in uniform …) and pay special attention to relationships with children, so that they do not interpret her impulses, screams, and quick movements like a threat.
In the first walks, the ideal is to allow our puppy to be close to people and not feel invaded by them.
It is also important that at first we take you to quiet places and gradually intensify the stimuli.
Dog socialization should be easier since they speak the same language. They have a signal protocol to greet each other.
When our puppy meets an adult dog, he can find several things: our puppy will almost certainly jump out to greet him effusively, and he may flinch scared because the other dog growls at him or gives him a roll (of which he will learn to be more careful in the future), or to greet each other sniffing each other and then interact; they may also simply be ignored.
The best way to help our dog make friends is to not intervene excessively and allow them to communicate according to their codes. Do not get nervous or avoid approaching with balanced dogs.