English Bulldog breed originated in England in the 16th century.
Cane Corso were used as guard dogs and hunting dogs in Italy, known for their loyalty, strength, and courage.
Cane Corso are large, muscular dogs with a distinctive appearance, including a short, dense coat and a large head.
Cane Corso are known for their confident and protective nature, but can also be affectionate and friendly with their owners.
Cane Corso require early socialization, obedience training, and firm but positive handling due to their strong-willed and protective personality.
The breed is prone to certain health issues such as hip dysplasia, bloat, and skin allergies.
The Cane Corso is recognized by the American Kennel Club and other major kennel clubs.
Cane Corso have gained popularity as family protection dogs, but also as show dogs and in various dog sports, such as weight pulling and protection trials.