The Cane Corso: A Complete and Comprehensive Owners Guide to: Buying, Owning, Health, Grooming, Training, Obedience, Understanding and Caring for Your ... Caring for a Dog from a Puppy to Old Age 1) by Dog Care ProfessionalsThe Cane Corso: A Complete and Comprehensive Owners Guide to: Buying, Owning, Health, Grooming, Training, Obedience, Understanding and Caring for Your Cane Corso, by Dog Care Professionals, Is an essential purchase for any Cane Corso owner.
This book contains vital information on the following subjects: the origin of the Cane Corso, an explanation of the different types and colorations available, purchasing a puppy, pros and cons of the breed, rescuing a dog, finding a reputable breeder, a break down of the breeds personality, socialization, spaying, neutering, house breaking / potty training, bringing your new puppy home, how to care for a Cane Corso during puppyhood, how to care for an adult Cane Corso, grooming, combing, healthy, vaccinations, training, obedience, a comprehensive list and break down of vital equipment, feeding and nutrition, exercise, illnesses and much much more!
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American Cane Corso vs Italian Cane Corso (Differences)
A working dog native to Italy, the Cane Corso is thought to be the direct descendant of the Molossus , the war dog of the Roman Army, and is considered by many to be the closest living relative of that ancient breed. For centuries Cane Corsos have serve the farmers of Southern Italy as hunting dogs, farm workers, and property guardians. This breed is considered to be one of the most trainable and responsive members of the Mastiff family and is becoming more popular in the United States. Unfortunately, this breed has developed a reputation for being aggressive and has been targeted for banning in some countries and American locations. Across the world and within the United States, major kennel clubs recognize the breed as either the Cane Corso or the Cane Corso Italiano.
The AKC has grouped all of the breeds that it registers into seven categories, or groups, roughly based on function and heritage. Breeds are grouped together because they share traits of form and function or a common heritage. Ancient Italian breed medium-large size Molossus Dog. Sturdy, with a strong skeleton. Muscular and athletic, it moves with considerable ease and elegance.