Cane Corso

The Life of Animals | Cane Corso | Cane Corso is a great Italian Molosser. Official Federation Cynologique International (FCI) standard is expected ideal dog is 62-69 cm 24-27) at the withers, and females with males within the upper and lower. The head of the Corso is one of its main features. This type and size also means that Corso has superior strength to bite. Corsi appeared in two basic coat colors: black and tan. This was further modified by dilution to create genetic blue pigment (black) and formentino (from light yellow) of color. Brindling of different intensity are common on both basic coat color, as well as the creation of tigrato (brindle), black brindle and blue brindle. n dogs blue, the nose may appear gray, but should be dark hair. In all other dogs, the nose is black.

The average life expectancy of a Cane Corso is 10 to 11 years. Cane Corso are easy to obedience train, there is a willingness to please, and form a close relationship with its primary owners. As a dog, Corso must have strong leadership and training, and although easily learn the basic commands, all the owners understand that the hardest part is controlled and cast strong protective instincts of Corso. Strong and stately, Cane Corso very suspicious of strangers, and therefore should never invade recommended. Cane Corso breed tend to be a quiet, although they will bark at anything that they were not sure. If properly socialized as a puppy, a Cane Corso can live with other dogs and people. Corso history of working dogs need exercise and are at their best when they have a job to do.

Cane Corso is a descendant of canis pugnax, dogs are used by the Romans in war. Its name comes from sugar cane corso, an ancient term for the dogs began to be used in rural activities (cattle, pigs, hunting for wild boar, bear fire) is distinct from the chamber cane skin that indicates seizure as a guard dog -back. Cane Corso today is a dog is very different from their ancestors before 80. Corso is now popular worldwide since the United States in 1987, this breed became so popular was recognized by the United Kennel Club on July 15, 2008, under the name Cane Corso Italiano, and then by the American Kennel Club in 2010 Cane Corso. Property Celebrity Cane Corsi has increased the visibility of the race.

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