Welcome to my Cane Corso blog with information about the breed.

Cane Corso Puppy Care

Cane Corso is a well behaved dog that will shower its owner with love and devotion. They are very intelligent and obedient, and you shouldn’t be scarred by their impressive size, they are very gentle with their owners. If you are looking for a great guard dog that will still be very amiable with his owner, you might consider getting a Cane Corso puppy.

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If you do, you’ll need to know how to take good care of it. Before you bring him home, decide on where you’re going to keep him and prepare the area. Remove all the potential risks, such as electrical cables and sharp objects or nylon bags that the dog could reach. Generally remove anything that the dog might hurt himself with.

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Don’t let him get crowded when you bring him home. Your family members and friends might want to play with him immediately, but you will all be new to him, as will his new surroundings. Give him some time to adjust before you start playing with the puppy. You’ll need to contact a vet concerning the vaccination as soon as you can. Before the dog has received all the vaccinations that he is supposed to receive don’t let other dogs near him. He is very vulnerable, and exposing him to other dogs might be extremely risky.

Once he is vaccinated you’ll want to let him socialize as much as possible. Cane Corsi are extremely friendly with their owners, but they were used as hunting and fighting dogs, and this has left a mark. They won’t be too friendly when other dogs are concerned. By socializing your puppy while he is still very young, you’ll keep this hostility at a minimum and you’ll have a well adjusted dog that won’t start fights with other dogs.

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