Neapolitan Mastiff Stud - canal fulton, Ohio

Karla & Sam
Moretti Mastino's
canal fulton
Ohio 44614

American Kennel Club

Moretti Mastino's & Ambrosia Cane Corso's is one of the most successful Neapolitan Mastino & Cane Corso kennels in the United States, proven in our longevity with an HONEST 10 years in the breed. Many new kennels claim even longer, but there are actually very few Neo breeders that have even 5 years in this breed. Recently, there has been an increase in "Bad apples" in these breed's as the breed gains popularity and there are more people breeding. We produce and actively show our Neapolitan Mastino's & our Cane Corso's. We do not CLAIM to show, we actually do show, therefore we know what show quality pups look like and are working with many generations of Mastini that WE have been showing and breeding. that's all the proof you will need. Why buy a show dog from someone who has never shown a Neo or a Cane Corso? We do not falsely represent our dogs, We do not confuse the buyer into believing that we produced that dog, Neapolitans DO We do not lie about the sizes & weights of our dogs. Neapolitans are not meant to be small or 200 lbs. The average Neapolitan Mastiff male is 120-170 lbs. The average female is 110-140 lbs. Numbers greater than that are VERY rare & will be obvious in a dog with EXTREME type, mass, wrinkle & bone. We offer a 12 month to 36 month hip & heart guarantee. Many breeders offer a 1 year guarantee if any at all. A one year guarantee is usually inadequate since often Neos' major health issues are not evident or able to be diagnosed until after the first year of their growth. The average life span of a Neapolitan Mastiff is 6-8 years, giant breeds are not long-lived. Do the research, ask the right questions, if a breeder is being honest and has nothing to hide they will have NO issue with these questions...How long have you been breeding Neapolitan Mastino's or Cane Corso's, what year did you produce your first litter of Neos & How many litters have you produced? How many champions or National Specialty Winners have you produced, and again can you provide proof of this? Have you ever shown any of your Mastino's or Cane Corso's ? How many of your dogs have you had to replace?
If a breeder tells you they have been breeding for 20 years, and the sire and dam are 180 lbs each, an they never had to replace a dog and the average life of a Neo is 10 years, these are red flags, so Buyers Beware, in this breed you get what you pay for.

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