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A Cane Corso can be traced back to ancient Roman times and is known to have aggressive behavior if not trained. If the pup wasn’t taught how to socialize at a young age, then you can find that it may be prone to biting. So, you may wonder how to get a Cane Corso puppy to stop biting? A Cane Corso if not trained early, may become aggressive until age 15-18 months, when they reach emotional maturity. It’s…

So you’ve just brought home your new four-legged family member, a female Cane Corso puppy. There’s a lot to do when dogs are young, such as veterinarian checkups, flea and tick prevention, and worm prevention. It seems that puppies go to the vet almost as often as children go to their doctors when they are young. The next thing on your list is to decide if you want to spay your dog. Each vet has…

How often should you bathe a Cane Corso? Do you often wonder how to strike a balance between a clean dog and one with dry and irritated skin? The trick is not to bathe your Cane Corso too frequently, which is sometimes easier said than done depending on prevailing skin issues. You should bathe your Cane Corso once every eight to twelve weeks. Cane Corsos have short straight fur that does not mat. Their coats…

Have you often wondered if your Cane Corso can swim? Maybe you do not question it because you already had your dog in the pond and saw her happily paddling. But are there risks to permitting your Cane Corso to swim? You feel confident that most dogs can naturally swim. However, are Cane Corsos like Labrador Retrievers or closer to English Bulldogs? Cane Corsos can swim, and they even like water as long as they…

The Doberman Cane Corso mix is a hybrid dog that is rarely seen, but this mixture of purebred dogs should be given more notoriety. It has all the great traits of each parent breed, is easy to groom, is very loyal, and is affectionate, all in one large package. It’s helpful to learn about the heritage of each breed of dog in a Doberman Cane Corso mix, so you know what type of qualities it…

Cane Corso Neapolitan Mastiff Mixes have become very popular dogs in recent years. Both these breeds hail from the Molosser class of dogs, which makes mixtures of the two breeds remarkable dogs. Many breeders now cross these breeds to meet the demand. Is the Cane Corso Neapolitan Mastiff Mix your ideal dog? Although these crossbreeds are dogs with a lot to offer, they are far from challenge-free. Read on to learn about the traits of…