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Cane Corso Dog For Adoption in TEMPE, AZ, USA


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Date Listed: 07/07/2017
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Breed: Cane Corso
Gender: Male Male


Age: Baby
Availability Date: 07/07/2017
Location: TEMPE, AZ, 85281
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Cane Corso Dog For Adoption in TEMPE, AZ, USA

I am doing what's best for my puppy and giving him a better home. I love him so much, but I know that I am not in the best mental health to raise him. He's barely 4 months old, and he's the sweetest thing and loves to play. I have a kennel, a bunch of toys, probably about a month's worth of food, leash, collar, etc. He was suppose to be an emotional support animal, but he's just too young for me to handle. I ask please for you to adopt this wonderful puppy because he deserves love and should be around happy people. He's not a full breed, at least I don't think so because his dad is smaller than most the pictures I've seen of cane corsos. He's got a brindle coat and it's super soft. He is not much of a barker, and he is getting better about listening. He's a bit younger in the photo, but I love that one. I would like him to be able to run around more.

Cane Corso

Overview: The Cane Corso is an old breed, dating back to the Roman Empire. They are excellent protectors, hunters and companions. They are used as guard dogs and in law enforcement. Only an experienced dog owner should choose this breed.
Breed Group: Mastiff
Weight (lbs): 84-123
Height (in): 24-27
Colors: Fawn, gray, black and tubby (very well marked stripes on fawn and grey). In the fawn and tubby-black or grey mask.
Coat: Short hair, (but not smooth), shiny, stiff and very dense. Its average length is approx. 1".
Character: Cane Corsos are intelligent, loyal and protective.
Temperament: The Cane Corso loves the children in his family. This breed may not like other dogs, particularly a dominant breed.
Care: The coat requires little grooming. An occasional bath and brushing when needed.
Training: The Cane Corso is intelligent and learns quickly. They perform well in obedience training.
Activity: This very athletic breed needs a lot of regular exercise.They make excellent jogging companions.
Country of Origin: Italy
Health Issue: This is a robust dog with typical bone and joint problems of the giant breeds.
Life Expectancy: 10-11

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