The Cane Corso Mastiff is loyal, docile, and affectionate toward its family, especially children. The Cane Corso Italiano should be socialized when young to minimize aggression with strangers and other dogs, but even with training Cane Corso Italianos are usually on edge around those they don’t know.
he Cane Corso Italiano is a highly intelligent, loyal and protective dog that is very versatile and trainable. It is even tempered, alert, and confident, making an excellent guard or watchdog. Cane Corso Mastiffs are not aggressive, but will defend their owners fiercely when necessary. They are nearly unstoppable in a fight due to their unusually high pain tolerance.
|Life Span:||12-13 years|
|Color:||Black, lighter and darker shades of gray, lighter and darker shades of fawn, and red. Brindling is allowed on all of these colors. Solid fawn and red, including lighter and darker shades, have a black or gray mask. The mask does not go beyond the eyes. There may be a white patch on the chest, throat, chin, backs of the pasterns, and on the toes.|
|Coat:||The coat is short, stiff, shiny, adherent and dense with a light undercoat that becomes thicker in cold weather.|
|Grooming:||Minimal weekly grooming.|
|Height:||Males, minimum of 25 to 27.5 inches; Females: 23.5 to 26 inches.|
|Weight:||Proportionate to height|
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