The Cane Corso is not a fighting dog. They were bred as working dogs for hundreds of years. Therefore they will not go out "looking" for a fight, but on the other hand they will not back down from other dogs.
Cane Corso - These dogs are classic Mastiffs without the loose skin of other related Mastiff breeds and were once used as cattle drivers. These are robust dogs with tight skin around the mouth which ensures less drooling than other loose lipped Mastiff breeds.
Cane Corsos are considered to have an even, stable temperament. They are easy to train, generally good with children, and calm with their primary guardians. They can be reserved, suspicicious and may be aggressive towards people they do not know.
The CCAA (Cane Corso Association of America) Cane Corso Rescue Committee pledges to always consider the well-being of the Cane Corso (Italian Mastiff) and people involved in transportation, adoption, fostering, re-homing and ownership of any Cane Corso dog or puppy.
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