Cane Corso Puppies & Dogs For Sale/Adoption (Page 1)

If your looking to adopt a purebred Cane Corso or mix for sale near you use the search box to find dogs in your area, or browse all the listings! If you can't find the puppy or dog you are looking for - you can always contact a Italian Mastiff breeder in our extensive breeder directory to see if any pups or dogs are available. Before buying a pup please consider adoption.
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Huge Cane Corso Puppies

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Houston, Texas 77082

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Indianapolis, Indiana 46228

BruceGerardsCaneCorsos

BruceGerardsCaneCorsos Cane Corso for sale/adoption
st.louis, Missouri 63146

Cane Corso Puppies For Sale

Cane Corso Puppies For Sale Cane Corso for sale/adoption
Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania 18466

Cane corso Italiano Iccf

Cane corso Italiano Iccf Cane Corso for sale/adoption
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18102

Champion Bloodline Cane Corso Puppies

Champion Bloodline Cane Corso Puppies Cane Corso for sale/adoption
Edgartown, Massachusetts 02539

Cane Corso Italian Mastiffs

Cane Corso Italian Mastiffs Cane Corso for sale/adoption
Elizabethtown, Kentucky 42701

9 week old cane corsos~ready to go home

9 week old cane corsos~ready to go home Cane Corso for sale/adoption
Carlisle, Pennsylvania 17015

Cane Corso Breed Basics

The Cane Corso, also known as the Italian Mastiff is a large Molosser, closely related to the Neapolitan Mastiff. It is well muscled, but less bulky than most other Mastiff breeds. For a while this breed was rare (even in Italy) where it could only be found in a small area. However this breed was revived by enthusiasts, and after reestablishing itself in Italy has steadily become popular in the United Sates over the last 20 years.

The ancestors of the Cane Corso were originally used by the Romans in warfare, and boar hunting. Later owners found their use as guard dogs to protect to protect their homes and farm animals. It is commonly used as a night watch dog.

The average Cane Corso owner tends to describe this breed as been intelligent and loyal - always wanting to please. They are docile and affectionate with the owner can are very wary of strangers. The dog is known to be tenacious - and is not one to back down to another dog. When a Corso is alerted to danger, it quickly transforms from a docile pet into a protective and potentially dangerous animal willing to protect its owner with its life.

The coat is smooth and short and usually one of two colors - blank or fawn - sometimes it will show some brindle.
They weigh between 90 and 110 pounds