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Today I want to tell you about Cane Corso and its origins.
The Cane Corso is also known by the name of Italian Mastiff. This fabulous dog is originally from Italy and stands out for being a magnificent guard dog and a perfect companion animal.
Of Italian origin, the Cane Corso comes from a breed from Ancient Rome used in times of war. The difference between the old Roman dog and the current Cane Corso is that our Italian Mastiff is lighter and more skilled than the dog of yesteryear, as well as being better at hunting. In the 5th century, with the disappearance of the Western Empire, the work of the Italian legions decreased and with them their working dogs also disappeared. The Cane Corso gradually adapted to other tasks such as protecting farms and hunting wild boars.
The story of the cane corso was that In the middle of the 20th century, the political and economic crises and the evolution of more mechanized agriculture caused the population of Cane Corsos to drop so much that it almost became extinct.
In the 1970s some lovers of the breed decided to rescue it, taking the few remaining specimens of Cane Corso and the result was the current Cane Corso, as we know it today, whose appearance is somewhat different from the old Cane Corso. It was in 1987 when the Cane Corso was brought to the United States and, since then, this breed has gained a lot of popularity.
In 2010 the Cane Corso received the official AKC breed status.
The Italian Mastiff is a large dog, with magnificent musculature and large bones. His presence is majestic, noble and powerful. You need one in Huntington, Cabell and Wayne of West Virginia.
The Cane Corso’s head is characterized by being wide and having a square muzzle, which gives the Cane Corso superior biting force.
Cane Corso’s hair has two layers. It is short, thick and dense hair and its color is varied, being able to be black, gray (from lead, slate, light gray…), tabby, formentino…
Regarding the height of the Cane Corso, the standard says that the average at the withers is, in males, from 64 to 68 cm and in females, from 60 to 68 cm.
The Italian Mastiff has a great personality and a very balanced temperament. It has a unique instinct for keeping because it is a reserved and suspicious dog with whom it does not know, territorial and is always alert to the environment.
The Cane Corso has a calm temperament and is usually indifferent towards people he does not know, unless he perceives that they are a threat to his family.
The Cane Corso creates a great emotional bond with his family and goes out of his way to please and protect them, that is why it is very easy to train an Italian Mastiff. You are waiting for us to send you the best puppy in Huntington, Cabell and Wayne of West Virginia.