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Cane Corso

Cane Corso ##STADE## - coat 9
Characteristics of this breed:
The Cane Corso is a a versatile dog. A mastiff dog with a lot of character.

Characteristics in Dogzer:

Despite appearances, the Cane Corso will satisfy you entirely in its obedience.


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Cane Corso ##STADE## - coat 1502

 Stage: Adult
 Grade: (26 votes)
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 2 dogs have this coat.
Cane Corso ##STADE## - coat 1454

 Stage: Adult
 Grade: (9 votes)
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 1 dogs have this coat.
Cane Corso ##STADE## - coat 52

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 79 dogs have this coat.
Cane Corso: the flexible farm dog

The Cane Corso is a dog breed originally from Italy. They are "mastiff type" dogs that were discovered in the South-West region of Italy, next to Apulia. The Cane Corso was recognized as the 14th Italian breed.

The Cane Corso is by nature a multi-talented farm dog. They are generally used as guard dogs, hunting dogs, cattle herding dogs, as well as fighting dogs.

Unlike certain dog breeds, the Cane Corso isn''t one of the so-called dangerous dog breeds. On the contrary, Cane Corsos are easy to train despite their robust appearance. A totally independent dog, they don''t need you to watch over them all the time. The Cane Corso was originally created for farm life and so they live easily with other animals in the house. It is in no way an aggressive dog. With their dominant character, they protect their property and keep things running smoothly. This is second nature to them. What''s more, the Cane Corso makes an excellent companion. With their flexible, gentle nature, they are easy to train and easy to live with. A docile dog that often wins over the hearts of everyone around it. The Cane Corso, despite appearances, knows how to please everyone by being obedient.