breed information

How Much Do Cane Corsos Bark?

Cane Corso breed are not prone to excessive barking, though like most dogs, they may bark to alert. As with any dog, they can be discouraged from barking with proper training and exercise.

Seven pounds of silky floor-length hair, the Cane corso elegant disposition would not be out of place on the lap of a palace-dwelling royal.

Don’t be fooled. The “Cane corso” maybe a toy-size terrier, but the little canine possesses a tenacious, often feisty temperament that quickly elevates the bossy pooch to the top of the familial hierarchy.

Are Cane Corsos Good with Kids?

Like all bigger dogs, Cane Corso breed need to be trained to behave gently with children, and vice-versa. By nature, they are very gentle, curious, and affectionate with smaller children, and they can make wonderful playmates to active, older kids.As with any breed, it is recommended that your child is always supervised when interacting with your Irish Setter to keep both the child and dog safe.

Are Cane Corsos Good Family Dogs?

Cane Corso breed are extremely loyal, devoted dogs that love to be around their humans and love to please their humans. They require training because the stubborn aspect of their personality will want to control the household, but with a firm and steady, loving lead, they make wonderful family companions.

Are Cane Corsos Good with Cats?

Cane Corso breed can get along well with cats given the proper training. Of course, each dog (and cat) has his own preferences and temperament, but you can feel fairly confident your Cane Corso, if properly socialized to your cat and/or introduced at a young age, should get along just swell.

Are Cane Corsos Easy to Train?

Cane Corso breed are intelligent dogs that love to please their owners. Because of their size, they will require a confident, professional trainer that can appropriately manage their wilfullness. They will need to be socialized early to other animals and humans.