Males weigh 55-70 pounds and stand 18-19 inches tall; females weigh 40-55 pounds and stand 17-18 inches tall.
Weight and size
Males can weigh between 100-120 pounds and stand 25-27.5 inches at the shoulder, while females can weigh between 88-99 pounds and stand 23.5-26 inches at the shoulder.
Athletic, muscular, and stocky with a broad, powerful head and a short coat that comes in a variety of colors.
A muscular and athletic dog, the Cane Corso has a short, dense coat that comes in a variety of colors, including black, fawn, and gray. They are loyal and protective of their families.
Confident, loyal, and protective of their family, but can be aggressive towards other dogs if not socialized properly.
Cane Corsos are intelligent and confident, but also require socialization and training to prevent aggression towards strangers or other dogs. They are affectionate with their families and make excellent guard dogs.
Their short, smooth coat requires minimal grooming, but regular brushing and bathing can help keep it shiny and healthy.
Their short coat is easy to maintain with weekly brushing and occasional baths. They also require regular nail trims, ear cleanings, and teeth brushing.
They require regular exercise, training, and socialization to keep them happy and healthy, as well as regular veterinary check-ups.
Cane Corsos require regular exercise and mental stimulation to prevent boredom and destructive behavior.
Diet and Nutrition
A high-quality dog food that meets their nutritional needs is recommended, with a focus on protein and fat to support their active lifestyle.
Diet and Nutrition
They require a high-quality diet that is appropriate for their age, size, and activity level. Overfeeding can lead to obesity and health problems.
They require daily exercise and mental stimulation, such as long walks, runs, or play sessions, to keep them physically and mentally fit.
Cane Corsos require daily exercise, including brisk walks and playtime in a securely fenced yard. They also enjoy activities like obedience training, agility, and tracking.
Early socialization and obedience training are important for this breed, as they can be stubborn and difficult to train without proper guidance. Positive reinforcement training is recommended.
Early socialization and obedience training are crucial for Cane Corsos. Positive reinforcement methods are recommended, as they respond well to rewards-based training.