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Jun 24, 2013 by Jay | Posted in Dogs

Should I avoid getting certain mastiff dog breeds due to same sex aggression?

Cliffs: Interested in a Neapolitan Mastiff or Cane Corso but have been told they are too same sex aggressive. Background: I am currently the owner of a 5 month old 65lb male Boerboel as well as a 7.5 month old 65lb female Rottweiler (FWIW, I also own a senior male Chihuahua). I recently called a Neapolitan Mastiff breeder to inquire about puppies and she immediately told me that I should not purchase a Neapolitan because they are often same sex aggressive and it is too risky. I then told her I was also considering getting a Cane Corso and she told me they are more "fruit loops" than Neapolitans. Should I avoid these dog breeds simply because I already have 1 male and 1 female dog (not counting my small dog)? My plan was to get one more male. My female Rottweiler is a bit hyper and could certainly annoy another dog at times. My Boerboel is super laid back and friendly. They both are good with my Chihuahua (sometimes they want to play too rough, but overall they are good). While they are good with people and other dogs, I could certainly see the potential that they get into it with another dog...but I don't foresee the potential that they would have an all out fight with a dog in our family (their own pack). BTW, my dogs are well cared for and well disciplined. All 3 of my dogs have dominant personalities but I am more dominant than any of them. If you don't think I should get a Cane Corso or Neapolitan, please suggest other breeds. I am only interested in protective guarding breeds. My female rottweiler is spayed. My male Boerboel has not been neutered and I will make that decision in several months. I do understand that his personality may change, but his parents and other boerboels from that household are well behaved despite not being neutered. Helen, I MAY be wrong but that doesn't mean I am necessarily wrong. It's certainly possible that they (like many dogs) will live their entire lives without attacking one another. I don't think they will just magically get along. I put a lot of time into my dogs to ensure that they are well exercised, well fed, well socialized, healthy, and happy. My rottweiler is very protective of my Boerboel and vice versa. There is no doubt in my mind that she would lay her life on the line for him. I would expect her to do the same for anyone in her pack, whether human or puppy. The reason I would want another dog is because I love dogs and have plenty of time and money to take care of them. Since i have to carry large sums of cash on me for work I can never have too many guard dogs or guns.

Helen Rempel | Jun 24, 2013
"but I don't foresee the potential that they would have an all out fight with a dog in our family (their own pack" You're wrong. Read through this forum on any given day, and you'll hear about someone who *thought* that because their dogs were raised together, that magically they'd get along. And they might...for a while. Don't forget that your Boerboel and Rottie are PUPPIES. You might not see their true natures until they mature (2 to 3 years old). Listen to the Mastiff breeder. She gave you good advice. Why do you need another dog? You already have three. And since you're interested only in "protective guarding breeds", you're setting yourself up for terrible fighting if you add another dog.
Maggie | Jun 24, 2013
Are any of your dogs altered? If not, the "Super laid-back and friendly" personality of your Boerboel could change when he hits sexual maturity. And if your Rottweiler isn't spayed, then your Boerboel and the potential male would fight each other at the drop of a hat when she goes into heat. I'll admit to knowing absolutely NOTHING about Neapolitans or Cane Corso, however, so I can't really relate anything specific when it comes to those breeds. Have you looked into a Bordeaux(French Mastiff), Dogo Argentino, or Presa Canario? I've only had first-hand experience with Bordeaux and Presa Canario, but according to what I've read about Dogo Argentino, they were bred to be dog-friendly, so there would likely not be a problem bringing one into your pack. The bordeaux I've met are pretty standard mastiff personalities, laid back, mildly aloof, and can take or leave other dogs. The one Presa Canario(female) I've met lives happily in the same house with a male and female rottweiler pair. Honestly, though, it may be better to hold off on getting a new pup until your Boerboel is a year or so old, just to give yourself some time to relax and decompress from dealing with puppy shenanigans.
Ruby | Jun 24, 2013
I have a Neapolitan mastiff she is 4 years old and a staffy female and they are both fine and love each other to pieces they are like best friends, and we go over to the neighbors all the time and they have a female and male Siberian huskys and all four of them get along like they all came from the same litter. if the pup grows up with your other dogs im sure it will bond with them and know thats they are all friends and all share the same place. get one they are amazing and beautiful dogs i love my big girl shes so gentle to her little friend staffy and my staffy had puppies to and she runs around with the pups outside making sure not to stand on them or hurt them they are just big gentle giants people make them out to be mean and scary but they are not they are wonderful dogs.
Jun 24, 2013 by Lexie | Posted in Garden & Landscape

How much should a cane corso/pit mix weigh?

it doesnt matter how big he will get I was just wondering bc I will be getting a puppy in about a week! very experienced with these types of breeds !

....... | Jun 24, 2013
" very experienced with these types of breeds" YOU are very experienced with this breed and YOU are asking how much it will weigh?? that does not make sense at all. IF you have experience with this breed, YOU should know this answer, right?

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160 pages

Cane Corso

Creator: Emily Bates | 2004-03-01

With nearly 200 titles in print, this series is sure to please the fancier of even the rarest breed!

Publisher: Kennel Club Books Llc

About this book
The experts at Kennel Club Books present the world's largest series of breed-specific canine care books. Each critically acclaimed Comprehensive Owner's Guide covers everything from breed standards to behavior, from training to health and nutrition. With nearly 200 titles in print, this series is sure to please the fancier of even the rarest breed!



64 pages

Cane Corso

Creator: Norton Fausto Garfield | 2011-04-12

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Cane Corso is an Italian breed of dog highly valued in Italy for years as a companion, guardian and hunter.

About this book
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Cane Corso is an Italian breed of dog highly valued in Italy for years as a companion, guardian and hunter. The Cane Corso is a large Italian molosser. It is well muscled and looks more athletic than most other mastiffs, tending less toward sheer bulk like the Neapolitan Mastiff and more towards definition like the original Old English Bulldog. The official FCI standard calls for dogs to stand from 62 to 69 cm (23.6-26.7 inches) at the withers, with females in the lower range and males in the higher. Weight should be in keeping with the size and stature of these dogs, ranging from 40 to 72 kg (88-160 lbs). The overall impression should be of power balanced with athleticism. A Corso should be moderately tight skinned, however some dewlap on the neck is normal, and the bottom of the jawline should be defined by the hanging lip.


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  • Kennel Club Books

    Cane Corso (Comprehensive Owner's Guide)

    Book (Kennel Club Books)

    Rating (29 reviews):
    (4.7/5)
    Kennel Club Books

    Great Book, Lots of Info

    I recently came to know of this breed through (...) and decided that I wanted to learn more about the breed before making my decision to get a puppy. I spent hours searching the net for info, and I eventually found this book. As far as I know this is the only book on the breed in English so for those wanting to learn more and don't speak or read Italian this book is priceless! It gives a great overview of the breed, useful information about the history, training, taking care of it, and a very extensive section on the breed standard. It covers some of the key points like the importance of socialization, and potential pitfalls if you do not socialize. This book looks nice and has many great pictures, and even a place in the back to place a picture of your puppy, and basic information about your dog. This is the second book I have from the Kennel Club series; both are very professional and informative. This book is worth the price for anyone considering this breed and for any one... 5/5 S. Richman (Roosevelt, Utah USA) - See all my reviews, August 5, 2005

    a good read for Cane owners

    0 5/5 SouthernCane - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Cane Corso (Comprehensive Owner's Guide) (Hardcover) We have a Cane that we rescued and there is hardly any reading material on this breed. They are exceptional athletes and great companions. I really enjoyed this book and I would recommend it to other Cane Corso owners or people are thinking about owning a Cane Corso 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 25, 2010

    Very Helpful

    0 4/5 D. Anderson - See all my reviews, October 5, 2008
    List Price: $24.95


  • CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

    Understanding and Training your Cane Corso Dog & Puppy to be Good

    Book (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform)

    Rating (12 reviews):
    (1.9/5)
    CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

    If this book helped you should not own a cane corso

    This book was barely cane corso specific. You can tell that they insert different dog names in books to make it look breed specific. If you don't know these things you absolutely should NOT have a cane corso. A lot of cane corso clubs have had dogs surrendered to them due to their owner's inability to handle them. They are a majestic breed and I love them. But they are not for everyone and any responsible human will not get a 90-140 lb dominant dog with strong protection instincts if they don't know how to potty train a dog to begin with. A lot of this information I can put any breed's name in and find it helpful to the first time pet owner. If you find this book helpful DO NOT GET A CANE CORSO. They are dominant dogs that get 90-140 lbs and they will boss you around and take over your entire house if you don't know how to handle such a breed. They are also highly emotional and they take your tone and behavior towards them to heart. Choke chains, pinch collars, and shock... 1/5 JLW (FL) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Understanding and Training your Cane Corso Dog & Puppy to be Good (Paperback) This book was barely cane corso specific. You can tell that they insert different dog names in books to make it look breed specific. If you don't know these things you absolutely should NOT have a cane corso. A lot of cane corso clubs have had dogs surrendered to them due to their owner's inability to handle them. They are a majestic breed and I love them. But they are not for everyone and any responsible human will not get a 90-140 lb dominant dog with strong protection instincts if they don't know how to potty train a dog to begin with. A lot of this information I can put any breed's name in and find it helpful to the first time pet owner. If you find this book helpful DO NOT GET A CANE CORSO. They are dominant dogs that get 90-140 lbs and they will boss you around and take over your entire house if you don't know how to handle such a breed. They are also highly emotional and they take your tone and behavior towards them to heart. Choke chains, pinch collars, and shock... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 3, 2013

    Can you cut and paste

    0 1/5 christina nelson - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Understanding and Training your Cane Corso Dog & Puppy to be Good (Kindle Edition) It really seemed like the author ,found info on the net and put it all together.I would not recommend this. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 28, 2013

    a generic book for any dog writer has no idea about cane corsos

    0 1/5 sarahjane2323 "sarahjane2323" (St Croix USVI) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Understanding and Training your Cane Corso Dog & Puppy to be Good (Paperback) this book is a generic book that seems to be printed and just changes the name of the dog, could be used for any dog and the author just goes into word and uses the replace function to change the name of the dog. author contradicts himself from one chapter to the next and clearly has never even met a cane corso puppy. do not buy this book if you actually want a serious training book specific to the large unique breed of cane corso 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 3, 2013
    List Price: $12.95


  • Kennel Club Books

    Cane Corso (Comprehensive Owner's Guide)

    eBooks (Kennel Club Books)

    Rating (29 reviews):
    (4.7/5)
    Kennel Club Books

    Great Book, Lots of Info

    I recently came to know of this breed through (...) and decided that I wanted to learn more about the breed before making my decision to get a puppy. I spent hours searching the net for info, and I eventually found this book. As far as I know this is the only book on the breed in English so for those wanting to learn more and don't speak or read Italian this book is priceless! It gives a great overview of the breed, useful information about the history, training, taking care of it, and a very extensive section on the breed standard. It covers some of the key points like the importance of socialization, and potential pitfalls if you do not socialize. This book looks nice and has many great pictures, and even a place in the back to place a picture of your puppy, and basic information about your dog. This is the second book I have from the Kennel Club series; both are very professional and informative. This book is worth the price for anyone considering this breed and for any one... 5/5 S. Richman (Roosevelt, Utah USA) - See all my reviews, August 5, 2005

    a good read for Cane owners

    0 5/5 SouthernCane - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Cane Corso (Comprehensive Owner's Guide) (Hardcover) We have a Cane that we rescued and there is hardly any reading material on this breed. They are exceptional athletes and great companions. I really enjoyed this book and I would recommend it to other Cane Corso owners or people are thinking about owning a Cane Corso 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 25, 2010

    Very Helpful

    0 4/5 D. Anderson - See all my reviews, October 5, 2008


  • Cane Corso cane da corso Cane Corso Italian vinyl decal

    Single Detail Page Misc

    Rating (4 reviews):
    (5.0/5)

    the coolest

    0 5/5 chalres charo - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Cane Corso cane da corso Cane Corso Italian vinyl decal ok let me start off by saying this corso decal is awesome good quality material and easy to apply. its a must have for corso parents BUY ONE 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 20, 2014

    Yes, We Love Dante, Our Cane Corso (Italian Mastiff)

    0 5/5 Scott E. High (Punta Gorda, FL USA) - See all my reviews, December 21, 2013

    Exactly what I was looking for!

    0 5/5 Matthew - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Cane Corso cane da corso Cane Corso Italian vinyl decal I had been looking for a Cane Corso decal for my truck window, but had a hard time finding one with a cropped tail AND floppy ears. This decal looks great and perfectly represents my love for my dog! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 18, 2012
    All Original Art Decal
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    Decal is 6.2"inch tall 7.5"inch wide


  • For Dogs Sake!®

    The Complete Guide to Cane Corso - All About Cane Corsi

    eBooks (For Dogs Sake!®)

    Rating (3 reviews):
    (4.0/5)
    For Dogs Sake!®

    Covers a lot of topics but ...

    0 2/5 Chavdar - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: The Complete Guide to Cane Corso - All About Cane Corsi (Kindle Edition) The book looks like an attempt to cover a lot of topics. Unfortunately, the information in many of them is somewhat basic. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 13, 2012

    Gave this to a friend

    0 5/5 John Nguyen - See all my reviews This review is from: The Complete Guide to Cane Corso - All About Cane Corsi (Kindle Edition) After having success with two other books in this series of guides, I recommended this book to a friend of mine who was looking for a guard dog. She said very similar things to what I said. The book shows the process before, during, and after the adoption process. Like the other two book I have bought, this one is in the same, easy-to-read format. Needless to say, my friend not only loves her new dog, but this book as well. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 13, 2014

    Very helpful

    0 5/5 KF - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: The Complete Guide to Cane Corso - All About Cane Corsi (Kindle Edition) I got a lot of information from the book. Our dog is 3 years old and was raised by someone else so we are still establishing the rules. Knowing what to expect is helping. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 13, 2013


  • dee dee Andersson

    Rules In A Cane Corso's House

    Home (dee dee Andersson)

    Rating (1 reviews):
    (4.0/5)
    dee dee Andersson

    Love It!

    0 4/5 LyndseyLu - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Rules In A Cane Corso's House This "Rules In A Cane Corso's House" fit our Cane Corso Jack to the exact. It was funny to read and we even have it in a picture fram in our hallway so others can read it. However, I thought the price for it was a little over done, but other than that it gives everyone a good laugh. =) 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 21, 2013
    Measures 8-1/2" x 11"
    Compliments companion and other breed prints
    Contact seller to personalize prints
    Perfect Gifts for Dog Owners
    Stock Antique Parchment Paper


  • Animalzrule

    CANE CORSO Guard Dog 9"x12" ALUMINUM "ANIMALZRULE ORIGINAL DESIGN - "NO ONE ELSE IS AUTH0RIZED TO SELL THIS SIGN" (Any one else selling this sign is selling a CHEAP COPY)

    Lawn & Patio (Animalzrule)

    Rating (1 reviews):
    (5.0/5)
    Animalzrule

    timely order, nice sign, could've been slightly less $$ since letters where adhesive

    0 5/5 C. Villere - See all my reviews, November 19, 2013
    9"x12" .040 Aluminum Sign
    6 YEAR EXTERIOR VINYL GRAPHICS
    EACH SIGNS COMES WITH (2) HOLES FOR EASY INSTALL.
    9"x12" ALUMINUM "ANIMALZRULE ORIGINAL DESIGN - "NO ONE ELSE IS AUTH0RIZED TO SELL THIS SIGN" (Any one else selling this sign is selling a CHEAP COPY)
    ALL SIGNS SHIP USPS PRIORITY MAIL(US ONLY)


  • CafePress

    CafePress It's a Cane Corso Dark T-Shirt - L Charcoal

    Apparel (CafePress)

    Standard Fit
    Crew Neckline
    Machine Wash Cold
    5.6 oz
    100% preshrunk cotton, Charcoal Grey is 50% cotton/50% polyester


  • De Vecchi

    Cane corso

    Book (De Vecchi)


  • Createspace

    Understanding and Training your Cane Corso Dog & Puppy to be Good

    eBooks (Createspace)

    Rating (12 reviews):
    (1.9/5)
    Createspace

    If this book helped you should not own a cane corso

    This book was barely cane corso specific. You can tell that they insert different dog names in books to make it look breed specific. If you don't know these things you absolutely should NOT have a cane corso. A lot of cane corso clubs have had dogs surrendered to them due to their owner's inability to handle them. They are a majestic breed and I love them. But they are not for everyone and any responsible human will not get a 90-140 lb dominant dog with strong protection instincts if they don't know how to potty train a dog to begin with. A lot of this information I can put any breed's name in and find it helpful to the first time pet owner. If you find this book helpful DO NOT GET A CANE CORSO. They are dominant dogs that get 90-140 lbs and they will boss you around and take over your entire house if you don't know how to handle such a breed. They are also highly emotional and they take your tone and behavior towards them to heart. Choke chains, pinch collars, and shock... 1/5 JLW (FL) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Understanding and Training your Cane Corso Dog & Puppy to be Good (Paperback) This book was barely cane corso specific. You can tell that they insert different dog names in books to make it look breed specific. If you don't know these things you absolutely should NOT have a cane corso. A lot of cane corso clubs have had dogs surrendered to them due to their owner's inability to handle them. They are a majestic breed and I love them. But they are not for everyone and any responsible human will not get a 90-140 lb dominant dog with strong protection instincts if they don't know how to potty train a dog to begin with. A lot of this information I can put any breed's name in and find it helpful to the first time pet owner. If you find this book helpful DO NOT GET A CANE CORSO. They are dominant dogs that get 90-140 lbs and they will boss you around and take over your entire house if you don't know how to handle such a breed. They are also highly emotional and they take your tone and behavior towards them to heart. Choke chains, pinch collars, and shock... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 3, 2013

    Can you cut and paste

    0 1/5 christina nelson - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Understanding and Training your Cane Corso Dog & Puppy to be Good (Kindle Edition) It really seemed like the author ,found info on the net and put it all together.I would not recommend this. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 28, 2013

    a generic book for any dog writer has no idea about cane corsos

    0 1/5 sarahjane2323 "sarahjane2323" (St Croix USVI) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Understanding and Training your Cane Corso Dog & Puppy to be Good (Paperback) this book is a generic book that seems to be printed and just changes the name of the dog, could be used for any dog and the author just goes into word and uses the replace function to change the name of the dog. author contradicts himself from one chapter to the next and clearly has never even met a cane corso puppy. do not buy this book if you actually want a serious training book specific to the large unique breed of cane corso 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 3, 2013



Cane Corso - News


'Danger dog' may have been shipped abroad to avoid destruction, court told The cane corso, a large Italian working dog that can weight up to seven stone, belonged to a house mate of Gabriel Neghina who decided to walk it because she was on holiday. ​ 'Danger dog' may have been shipped abroad to avoid destruction, court told....
Canterbury Times - Jul 26, 2013

Two television and a game system, valued at $1,300, were reported stolen between 9 p.m. and 11:20 p.m. Sunday during a home burglary in the 1500 block of South Center Boulevard, Springfield. • A Cane Corso puppy and a game system, valued at nearly ...
Springfield News Sun - Aug 07, 2013

AT1 Jocelynn Eckart of Commander Airborne Command Control and Logistics Wing and 6-year-old Ian Dobrosky pet Gia, a Cane Corso from the Ventura County animal shelter. Ian was at the Jog for Dogs with his parents, Terry and Seleta Dobrosky, who ...
Ventura County Star - Aug 07, 2013

UK: Your Dog Kills Someone, You Get a Life Sentence Gripping dogs include the Presa Canario, the Dogo Argentino, the Tosa Inu, the Fila Brasileiro, the Cane Corso, and the Presa Mallorquin, all fighting dogs, bred for fighting. And these gripping dogs/Pit Bulls account for the vast majority of severe ...
Opposing Views - Aug 08, 2013

DEN HELDER - Een driejarige reu van het ras cane corso moet verplicht een muilkorf om en kort worden aangelijnd op last van burgemeester en wethouders van Den Helder. Het dier had iemand gebeten. Hiermee wordt voorkomen dat deze hond opnieuw ...
Noordhollands Dagblad - Aug 06, 2013


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