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This old Italian dog breed was developed to guard property and hunt big game such as wild boar. The Cane Corso is powerful and athletic, best suited to an experienced owner who has a large. Adult female Cane Corso «» X. Send a Message Adult female Cane Corso Adult Female for sale D.O.B: 10/1/15 Sire: Zookeeper’s Zeus Dam: Zookeeper’s Trina Iccf registered Raised around kids and other dogs. She not a super fan of cats. Listing Details. Price: $2,500.

• Available Trained Adult • Un-Cropped, Ellie is a female Cane Corso, 5 years old, about 90 lbs, with a beautiful blue brindle coat and amazing golden/hazel eyes. A real sweetheart, Ellie is a very loyal obedient companion - she really is all about being by your side. She loves to stretch out next to you on the couch, hang in the yard. ADULTS FOR SALE Coming Soon 580-579-3126 Corinthian Corsos.

The Cane Corso is a Mastiff-type breed that originated in Italy, having descended from Roman war dogs. After the Roman Empire fell, the Cane Corso worked as a farmhand, flock guardian, property guardian, family guardian and hunting dog (particularly of big and dangerous game like wild boar). Questions and answers about Cane Corso temperament, personality, behavior, physical traits and characteristics, feeding, health care, buying, adoption, puppies and adult dogs.

The Cane Corso managed to survive many centuries after the fall of the Roman Empire. As rural life evolved and mechanized farming took hold, the Cane Corso transitioned primarily into a hunting and companion animal. The Italian Kennel Club didn’t recognize the breed until 1994.