Answer: No! The Cane Corso is not a hypoallergenic breed. Although these canines only shed their fur on an occasional basis, the fair amount of dander that is produced by these canines might cause an allergic reaction in those people who are easily affected by dog hair or flakes of skin that are present in a dog’s coat.
Answer: A well-trained and properly socialized Cane Corso is generally fairly friendly with small kids. It is known to be kind and gentle with children of all ages, but if a Corso hasn’t been properly trained, then it is not a very good idea to leave a small child all alone with this canine as the kid might get inadvertently hurt by the canine due to its sheer size and stature.
Answer: For a Cane Corso to become fairly affable and affectionate with other canines, it is very important to properly introduce this Italian pooch to a lot of other dogs at a young age. With proper socialization and guidance, the Cane Corso can become more sociable and friendlier with other dogs and it will have no problem in getting along with canines belonging to any breed out there.
Answer: No! The Cane Corso is generally not a very cat-friendly canine. This pooch has a hard time mixing with other household pets like cats and it is also known to chase down the smaller animals and pets that might live in or near their homes.
Answer: Yes! Cane Corsos are known to make an excellent guard dog. These pooches have amazing protective instincts for their loved ones and they can effectively keep their homes and family members safe from any kind of external harm or danger. They have the right amount of aggression and skill that are required to be a decent guard dog.
Answer: Normally, Cane Corsos are not highly suitable for apartments and small houses due to their size and exercise requirements, but if these canines are constantly kept well-exercised and contented, then they can gradually adjust to the apartment lifestyle.
Answer: Cane Corsos are exceptionally minimal shedders. They only shed their fur on rare occasions and that too in a very limited manner.
Answer: No! It would be quite difficult for a novice or first-time owner to raise a canine like Cane Corso. This pooch requires a lot of training, guidance and handling from their owners and only a knowledgeable and experienced owner would know how to efficiently fulfill all the needs of this large-sized canine and how to make him more sociable with others. And, that’s why a Cane Corso is not a very good option for the first-time owners.
Answer: No! Cane Corsos are not known to bark a lot or unnecessarily. They mostly bark when they want their owner’s and family members’ attention or when they are guarding their homes, but apart from that, they don’t bark all that much.
Answer: A Cane Corso requires a fair amount of exercise on a daily basis to remain fit and healthy. Regular long walks either in a park or a properly fenced area are good for these canines as it keeps them active and moving. Short play sessions are also beneficial for these pooches as they not only strengthen the bond between the dog and the owner but they also help in keeping these canines happy and contented.
Answer: They might have an intimidating appearance, but they are just like a child when it comes to wanting the attention and presence of their loved ones. These pooches cannot be left alone in the house for a long time in a day as they require the company and love of their family members and without it, they can gradually become sad, frustrated and disheartened which is not good for their mental health and it can disturb their peace of mind, that’s why a Cane Corso should never be left all alone for extended periods of time on a regular basis.
Answer: For a skilled and experienced owner, training a Cane Corso shouldn’t be that hard. These pooches are very loyal and faithful to their owners and loved ones and they are known to listen to their owners’ commands quite intently. They are happy to follow the instructions given by the people they could fully trust and thus if the bond between a Corso and its owner is strong, then the whole training process becomes a lot more easy and undemanding. These pooches are quick learners as well and thus all the things like new commands and tricks which are taught to them can be learned by these canines in a very little time.
Answer: Cane Corsos have minimal grooming requirements to remain neat and good-looking. Their coat is only needed to be brushed once a week so as to remove excess loose hair from their body. Their bathing needs are also very low and a once a month bath is more than enough for them. But it is important to clean their mouth, ears, and eyes on a regular basis so that any potential diseases or infections can be avoided. And finally, their nails should be trimmed whenever it is necessary as overly long nails can cause a lot of pain in the canines while walking or running.
Answer: Cane Corsos have an awesome tolerance to heat and high temperatures. These pooches can comfortably thrive in hot and humid areas, but still, it is important to keep their exercise sessions short if the temperature outside the house is uncomfortably high for these canines (>40°C).
Answer: A Cane Corso’s tolerance to cold is fairly decent. This pooch is fine for moderately low-temperatures areas and can reside in cold and chilly places. But they do require a little bit of care and protection in the form of sweaters, coat, and warmers from their owners so as to live comfortably in the wintry regions.
Answer: Yes! Cane Corsos are extremely intelligent and smart canines. They have amazing thinking and decision-making skills and they can learn various new things which are taught to them fairly quickly.
Answer: Generally, Cane Corsos are not highly friendly and cordial with strangers. These canines are exceptionally protective of their loved ones and they have a hard time trusting other people and because of that they mostly remain very reserved and quiet around strangers.
Answer: Yes! Most Cane Corsos that have a heavy jaw region drools quite a lot. These pooches can drool fairly heavily especially after eating their food or drinking their water and thus it is important for their owners to properly clean their mouth on a frequent basis so that they are kept away from any skin issues.
Answer: Yes! Cane Corsos are very expensive canines and the total cost of bringing these pooches home and then properly maintaining them is quite high. They are not that easy to raise as well. They have high feeding, training and exercise needs. They require a lot of guidance and handling from their owners and they also need a whole of attention of their loved ones as they cannot be left alone for long periods of time. Therefore, it is not wrong to say that Cane Corso is surely a fairly high-maintenance breed for most people out there.
Answer: No! Cane Corsos have a subpar availability in India. They may be available in some major cities of the country like Delhi, Mumbai et cetera but when it comes to several smaller regions of India, it is still pretty hard to find a Cane Corso in those areas.
Answer: The average price of a Cane Corso puppy in India is around ₹60,000 to ₹80,000. But there are a lot of factors that affect their price in the country and because of that, the cost of bringing a Cane Corso puppy home can go fairly high.
Answer: Some Cane Corso do like to play in the water and swim in large water bodies, but most of these pooches are known to not enjoy when they are near a swimming pool or a lake. They have a heavy body which makes it a little difficult for them to stay above the surface of the water. But, if your Cane Corso really enjoys swimming, then you can definitely take him to a pool, but always make sure to use all the safety measures and properly supervise your pooch while he’s inside the pool.
Answer: Cane Corsos can come in the following colors which are listed below:
Answer: Cane Corsos have a fairly average lifespan of about 09-12 years. But, some of them might even live longer than 12 years if they are constantly provided proper care, nutrition, protection, and exercise.
Answer: Most common health problems found in the Cane Corsos are Bloat or Gastric Dilatation-Volvulus (GDV), Hip Dysplasia, Entropion, Demodectic mange, and Ear Infections.