In some areas of Germany, the strong Cane Corso is considered a list dog and is subject to strict husbandry regulations if it does not deal with a being test. Before purchasing a dog of this breed, you should therefore find out well whether there are requirements for keeping it in your region. If this is not the case, you should still note some special features that the posture of this special four-legged friend entails.
The Cane Corso needs a job
The Cane Corso is a real workhorse and loves to be busy. You make him happy if you play a lot with him and give him a task. Dog sports such as agility or obedience are great ways to keep him busy, for example. You can also use it to regularly visit the dog playground or have it trained for a professional job - for example as a search dog. A lot of exercise is also elementary for the species-appropriate keeping of this breed. In addition, a loving family connection is important to the dog. If you offer him all of this, you have a calm, reliable family dog and a loyal companion.
Keep awake and protective instinct in mind
In addition to her enthusiasm for work, this dog breed is also characterized by a strong guard and protective drive. A sensitive upbringing, socialization and responsible handling of the dogs are therefore particularly important in order to make this four-legged friend a trusting dog. If, for example, you want to keep a Cane Corso unattended in the garden, it is advisable to secure the spout with a high fence and attach a warning sign for unannounced visitors. Never forget that protecting and defending your home and yard is a matter close to your heart - even if you have never been responsible for promoting this property.
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