The Cane Corso is a large and muscular Italian breed known for its imposing appearance. They have a strong and athletic build, with males standing 24-28 inches at the shoulder. Cane Corsos weigh between 100-120 pounds for males and 88-110 pounds for females.
They have a robust and athletic body with a well-developed musculature, especially in the chest and shoulder. They have a large head, square muzzle, and powerful jaw. In terms of temperament, they are protective and loyal to their families, making them excellent guard dogs.
They are generally affectionate and gentle with family members, but reserved around strangers. Cane Corsos are intelligent and trainable, requiring early socialization and consistent training. They also need regular exercise to stay mentally and physically stimulated.
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