- Breed Name: Cane Corso
- Country of origin: Italy
- Weight: males 45-50 kg, females 40-45 kg
- Height (height at the withers): males 64-68 cm, females 60-64 cm
- Life span: 9-11 years old
- This dog has excellent protective qualities. He considers the territory in which the owner and his family members live to be his space and guards with special care.
- Cane Corso is not aggressive by nature, but if uninvited guests come in, they will certainly feel the severe temper of the “Italian”.
- Representatives of the breed are strong and hardy, differ in intelligence and quick wit, they need constant physical and mental activity.
- In a pack, the Cane Corso shows dominant character traits, trying to rule. Some power of the dog can be a difficult test for inexperienced owners, so if you first decided to make a four-legged friend, start with a representative of a different breed.
- Other dogs and animals cane-corso can be aggressive, and in order to keep such emotions in check, the socialization of puppies must be carried out from a very young age.
- Outwardly they look imposing and unhurried, but this impression is deceptive. Like real “temperamental Italians,” they are eager to get involved in games, like to run and, in general, spend time actively.
- They get along well with children, becoming for them a reliable nanny. This is how the genes of distant ancestors — cattle dogs — make themselves felt, for which the owner and his family, including pets, were the objects of control.
- Cane Corso is inherent kindness and attentiveness, they are affectionate with the owner and require reciprocity.
Modern Cane Corso - the descendants of the gladiator dogs, they breathe natural strength and greatness. In appearance they are harsh, they can even inspire fear, but in fact they become loyal friends for their masters and remain them throughout their lives. Being the fourteenth breed bred in Italy, the Cane Corso are the pride and national treasure of this country. In the character of the dogs, the dedication of the shepherd and the courage of the fighting breeds were wonderfully intertwined, and the Italians themselves lively reflected their reflection.
Cane Corso are sensitive and intuitive, they are ready to protect the owner and his family at any time and in any situation, which makes them unsurpassed guards. If a dog of this breed lives in your house, there is no need for alarm systems. They will not meet the thief who has entered the house with aggression, which is how they differ from other guard dogs, but the robber will very regret acquaintance with the native of the sunny Apennines. The aggressive reaction of the Cane Corso leaves in an extreme case, when he feels that a real threat looms over the owner and his property.
The Cane Corso breed appeared a very long time ago, but was officially recognized only in 1994. The roots of the breed date back to Roman times. Many experts came to the conclusion that in this breed there is an admixture of fighting dogs that were actively developed in Macedonia and Carthage.
Thanks to the “fighting” roots, these dogs are fearless guards and bodyguards. Even the name “corso” itself means - protector, guardian.
Different sources say differently: some believe that with these dogs the nobles went to hunt bears, others believe that these dogs were good guards of livestock and property of the owner. Some historians believe that dogs were used even in gladiatorial battles. Cane Corso was used to entertain the public - dogs participated in battles even with lions. In ancient times, the breed was very popular, and it was often noted in folklore and proverbs.
In the last 10-20 years, they have been carrying out work on the selection of dogs, restore the courage and instinct of the defender. Now they are far from the level of their ancestors of the gladiators, but are still excellent guards and reliable comrades.
The history of the breed Cane Corso
Cane Corso has a long and glorious record dating back many centuries. Their most distant ancestors were the Tibetan dogs of antiquity. In those harsh times when it was necessary to defend themselves against many enemies and wild animals, such dogs were especially appreciated. Genuine respect and even some reverence for these dogs cause today.
It is known that the first ancestor of modern "Italians" in the territory of modern Eurasia appeared 1 thousand years before our era. It was an aggressive Tibetan dog, which was presented to the Chinese emperor, who appreciated in him such a skill as the ability to catch people. Since then, they quickly began to spread throughout the mainland, becoming the ancestors of some other breeds. New dogs were bred for very specific purposes. In the same Roman Empire they were used for dog fights, in military campaigns and, of course, as guards.
The first written records of giant Corso dogs date from the 14th-15th centuries. Documents discovered by historians say that they participated in hunting and bullying. In some places, these dogs were used for grazing and protecting livestock. As for the official history of the breed, it is usually traced from the heyday of the Roman Empire. Archaeological sites with multiple images of these magnificent dogs have survived to this day. Corso accompanied their masters on military campaigns, looked after the slaves and guarded entire palace complexes. After the fall of Ancient Rome, dogs were crossed with Celtic greyhounds, thereby pouring "new blood" into the breed. At the same time, they began to be used more not as fighting dogs, but on the hunt, for the protection of farmland and cattle driving. All this continued for a long time, so devotion to one owner is literally in their blood, this is laid at the genetic level.
Fulfillment by dogs of the most diverse tasks has made the breed multidisciplinary, which remains unchanged in our days. Since Cane Corso has always been highly valued, the quality of their gene pool has been carefully monitored. However, despite this, the sad pages in the history of the breed were not avoided. During World War II, the Cane Corso, like many other breeds, was on the verge of extinction. These giants were actively used at the forefront, which, coupled with malnutrition, and often hunger, crippled the breed.
But the Cane Corso did not disappear, and for this humanity should be grateful to Giovanni Bonatti Nicezzi, who showed perseverance and made titanic efforts to revive these proud, smart and magnificent dogs. Invaluable help was given to him by like-minded people, who in 1983 gathered all purebred cane corso all over Italy, preserved by some miracle. Four years later, the breed standard appeared - the first, approved at the official level. This document provided an accurate description of the dogs and emphasized the traits that distinguished Corso from other descendants of the mastiffs. And although the breed received pedigree registration only in 1994, before this event, more than 500 producers and several hundred puppies achieved recognition of experts and positive ratings from them. All this gave a green light to the development and spread of Cane Corso: the number of dogs began to grow and in a short time exceeded 3,000 individuals. At the international exhibition held in 1996, the representative of the revived Italian breed became the winner.
Cane Corso are quite large dogs, they are good guards and defenders, because it’s not scary to walk with them in the dark and you can trust to guard an expensive cottage.
The growth of males reaches 68 cm, females - 60. They are strong, strong, but at the same time elegant. They have powerful, dry muscles.
The head is large, wide, and the frontal groove is pronounced. The nose is large, black with wide open nostrils. The jaws are large and massive. The eyes of the dog are medium-sized, oval, set straight. Eye color is usually dark brown. The ears are triangular, hanging, wide.
The body is strong, muscular. The chest is wide, well developed. Paws are strong and powerful.
Features Cane Corso
The protective qualities are inherent in the Cane Corso at the genetic level, so they perform this function even without special training. The dog will guard the owner, members of his family, as well as the entire local area. This giant gets along well with pets, even those who are not too happy about its appearance in the house. In his “friends” he can have not only other dogs, including small breeds, but also cats and even birds.
The balance in these dogs is in the blood. Seeing that the guest is friendly with the owner, the “Italian” will remain calm. He will not be active if he feels a hidden threat, but he will make it clear that the situation is under his control. A dog attacks only in two cases: if direct aggression is shown towards it, or if it receives an appropriate command from the owner.
The corso are especially careful with the younger members of the family, this went back to the time when they wandered around with flocks and developed the instinct in themselves to protect everyone who is smaller and weaker. These large dogs will never offend a child, not even a stranger, but, on the contrary, will guard him almost with maternal zeal. Children reciprocate these dogs and often involve them in their games, for example, doctors and hairdressers. It is impossible to observe without emotion and laughter how the little baby “heals” the dog or tries to do his hair, and the corso humbly endures. True, at the very beginning he will try to slip away from the little "doctor", but if he does not succeed, then meekly demolishes all the "procedures". During games, the Cane Corso can accidentally, completely without malicious intent, slightly push the child. If you are worried that the next such push can lead to the baby falling, then command the dog “Sit!” Or “Lie!” And she will surely fulfill the required, and the first time.
Appearance and special features of the breed
Cane Corso or Italian Mastiff is a large dog with prominent musculature. The body is characterized by the so-called stretched format, when the length is greater than the height at the withers. The index of the latter is 64-68 cm for males and 60-64 cm for females. Adult dogs weigh 45-50 kg and 40-45 kg, depending on gender. The size of the dog should not surprise, because the breed was bred for security, hunting and combat needs.
Cane Corso Italiano is impressive in strength, beauty and power, they are incredibly charismatic. Representatives of this breed move gracefully, resembling panthers with their gait. Being next to the dog, you feel protected and know for sure that you will not be betrayed. The identity of Cane Corso, the features of their appearance and amazing skills have been handed down from generation to generation for many centuries. From the Molossian dogs, their closest ancestors, a lot has been preserved in the Italian mastiffs, however, breeding activity has made its own adjustments. These dogs are not only reliable bodyguards, but, despite the severe appearance, loyal and good friends.
Cane Corso have an athletic build, appearance gives them uncompromising guards and real defenders. They look presentable and elegant at the same time: a powerful body, a wide chest, well-developed shoulders, a muzzle typical of all Molossians, and a confident gait. Dogs of this breed are mostly black, brown and tiger colors.
The character of the “Italian” consists of continuous advantages: he is mentally balanced, predictable, easily amenable to training, very devoted to his master, and never shows causeless aggression. Such qualities are inherent in many representatives of the Molossian group, for example, the English Bulldog and the Dogue de Bordeaux. If bad behavior began to be detected in the dog’s behavior, the reason should be sought in poor upbringing, but not in its natural predisposition.
The head of the Cane Corso is more broad than long. Covered in dense skin, no folds on the muzzle. The muzzle, in turn, corresponds to the skull in a ratio of 1: 2, that is, it is short. But at the same time, it is wide and voluminous, square in shape, flat and strong.
A dog of this breed has 42 teeth, they are white and strong. The jaws are large, powerful, curved. Due to the fact that the lower jaw protrudes somewhat, the bite is characterized as a light snack.
Oval, have a wide arrangement on the face. Their color depends on the color of the dog, but the darker the better. The eyelids have black pigmentation.
By nature, the Cane Corso ears are slightly large and widely spaced, with a snug fit to the head. Covered with smooth and shiny hair, they taper to the ends, hanging down, resting on the cheeks of the dog. They can be stopped by giving the shape of an equilateral triangle.
Nose and lips
The nose is black and large, the nostrils are wide open. Lips are tight and not too saggy. The upper lips cover the lower jaw, thereby completely defining the lower part of the profile of the muzzle.
The neck of the cane corso is strong, muscular, proportional to the body, but not too bulky, giving the dog some elegance. In length, it is equal to the length of the head.
The cane-corso constitution is strong, the body is slightly longer in comparison with the height at the withers. The withers are pronounced, it stands above a long, wide and somewhat inclined croup. The chest reaches the level of the elbows, it is wide and well developed. The back is straight, has a pronounced muscularity. The bulge of the ribs is moderate.
The tail of the Cane Corso is naturally long and reaches the hocks, it is set high, thick at the base. Vertically does not rise and does not bend. Tail docking is performed on the fourth vertebra.
The forelimbs are characterized by long, inclined and very developed shoulder blades. The shoulders and forearms are strong, and the wrists and wrists are elastic. The front legs of a cat type with elastic pads and strong claws. Paws are oval in shape, fingers are gathered in a lump.
The hind limbs in the thigh are wide and long, the back line of the hips is convex. Strong legs and a slightly angular hock. Powerful and sinewy metatarsus. The hind legs are also oval, with elastic pads and strong claws, the fingers are collected in a lump.
Thanks to these characteristics, the Cane Corso move at a large pace, they have a large and sweeping lynx.
The skin is thick and snug against the body. The coat of the Cane Corso is very thick, but with a rare undercoat, short and shiny. If it is of medium length, devoid of rigidity and wavy, then this refers to the serious shortcomings of the breed.
Here the breed standard allows for significant diversity. In addition to the traditional black, light red, dark red and tiger colors, Cane Corso can be light gray, lead (medium gray) and slate (dark gray), as well as red (deer). Small white blotches are allowed, but only on the chest, nose and ends of the paws.
Note: the red and tiger cane-corso on the face should have a black or gray mask that does not go beyond the line of the eyes.
If the longitudinal axes of the muzzle and skull converge, as well as the lateral surfaces of the muzzle, this is considered a serious defect. This also applies to the parallel arrangement of the longitudinal axes of the muzzle and skull.
Among the disadvantages that spoil the breed, they include growth below or above normal, partial nose depigmentation, constantly turning into amble movements, a scissor bite, a donut rolled up or a tail standing upright, a snack with a significant departure.
Is your pet aggressive? This is a serious flaw for which he will face disqualification. The same verdict will be handed down to a shy or frankly cowardly animal.
In general, any Italian mastiff, in which behavioral or physiological anomalies are very clearly expressed, should be disqualified. These also include overshot, the so-called ram nose, sunken nose, squint, eyesore, fragmentary or complete depigmentation of the eyelids, long or soft hair, with an unacceptable color and large white spots.
The developed testes of dogs are considered a sign of Cane Corso's health. There are two of them, and they should be fully descended into the scrotum.
The appearance of the Cane Corso breed can be described quite briefly: a powerful and strong animal, while very elegant. These are dogs that are distinguished by higher average body sizes, as well as the presence of dry and sculpted muscles. Among the important characteristics of the breed is the size of the head, which is up to 36 percent of the size of the animal at the withers.
Owners of this breed most of all appreciate its high endurance and unique functionality. At the same time, the dog does not have various excesses regarding its body shape, but there is a unique ability to work.
Type of coat and color
The breed is distinguished by the presence of both the outer hair and the undercoat. Moreover, the undercoat should be pronounced, which applies to all purebred individuals.
Nowadays, the Cane Corso breed is assigned to the category of guard dogs, therefore, it serves day and night and in any climatic conditions, protecting an important territory and important objects. If the dog does not have an undercoat, then it will not withstand sub-zero temperatures. We can say about the Cane Corso breed that it has a high-quality undercoat, therefore the dog is reliably protected from extreme conditions.
It's important to know! If a dog of this breed does not have an undercoat, then such individuals are considered to be defective dogs, therefore, they will no longer participate in breeding. The fact that there is no undercoat indicates that the animal has nothing to do with purebred individuals.
The structure of the outer hair is represented by the core and cortical substance, in the form of granules with pigment. The outer part of the hair is covered with a special shell - cuticle. The hairs of the undercoat are completely deprived of the core, and in the cortical layer there is a small fraction of the pigment. In this regard, the undercoat has a lighter color. A variety of colors is associated with the presence of a special pigment, melanin, which is found in special cells of melanocytes.
FCI-No. 343 breed standards indicate that Cane Corso dogs must have black, lead gray, slate gray, light gray, light red, red deer, dark red and tiger coat. Representatives of the breed of red or tiger color should have a black or gray mask on the face, which should not go beyond the general line of the eyes.
Minor inclusions of a white hue are allowed, located in the chest, on the nasal back, and also on the tips of the paws.
The breed standards recorded in the FC documents are valid only from last January. In accordance with breed standards, these dogs must have:
- A large and typically doglike head with a slightly upturned muzzle.
- A wide cranial box with the presence of the frontal groove, a forehead convex in front, in which there is a noticeable flattening within the parietal region.
- A pronounced transition from the forehead to the muzzle.
- Black and large nose, as well as wide and well-open nostrils, which are in line with the nasal back.
- A square, massive muzzle, with a blunt, but parallel lateral relief.
- Visibly sagging upper lips that are found on the lower jaw.
- Large enough, massive and curved, with a tight bite of the teeth.
- Medium in size, oval, directly set, slightly convex, with tight-fitting eyelids. At the same time, the iris of the eyes has a dark shade, and the eyes themselves are distinguished by a penetrating and quite attentive look.
- Triangular, hanging, with a wide base and ears high above the cheekbones.
- A strong, muscular neck, the length of which is equal to the length of the head.
- Pronounced and towering over the croup of the withers.
- Well developed and reaching to the elbows chest.
- A high-set, very thick tail at the base, which, when moving, the animal holds high.
The forelimbs of the animal are quite long, oblique and very muscular shoulders. The humerus bones are strong and almost sheer and strong forearms. The wrists are flexible, and the cat's paws. The hind limbs end with long and wide hips. The back line is convex, and the legs are strong and fleshy. The movements are quite wide and sweeping.
Cane Corso Behavior
Dogs of this breed, like other representatives of Molossians, have a fairly solid character. At the same time, individuals are prone to manifesting independence, along with signs of obstinacy. Despite this, the Cane Corso rarely show signs of dominance in relation to its master, although in some other similar breeds these indicators are clearly expressed and without proper and purposeful training of individuals are distinguished by enviable stubbornness.
As a result of long-term observations, it was found that the nature of this breed is quite complaisant and, with reasonable, professional education, dogs are obedient and easy to manage. If you keep an animal from an early age in the family, correctly raising a dog, then an affectionate and sociable friend of the whole family grows. Cane Corso will always appreciate the time spent on him and repay with patient attitude to the smallest members of the family.
Interesting to know! These dogs are considered reliable and reasonable watchmen who will never bark at passers-by, casting their voices only if necessary or at the request of the owner.
This is a strong, athletically built animal that will always take part in outdoor games or just run, because it is characterized as mobile and active, which is associated with an incredibly high level of temperament. Significant advantages of the Cane Corso include dog loyalty to all family members and affection for its owner. In this case, the dog has not yet lost watchdog and protective qualities.
Cane Corso at home
This popular Italian breed does not require special conditions of detention, while it will feel great both in a city apartment and on the street, in a specially equipped cage. Despite the ease of care, you still have to adhere to a number of recommendations for care and hygiene. It is very important to provide the animal with complete feed.
Care and hygiene
Despite the fact that the Cane Corso breed is short-haired, it is nevertheless necessary to monitor the coat. The dog needs regular massage, as well as combing dead hair. This will allow the dog to preserve the natural luster and beauty of the coat. To clean the coat, you can use a special brush of medium hardness. It is necessary to comb the wool in the direction of its growth.
Ear hygiene comes down to standard actions to remove contaminants or natural secretions, in the form of earwax. As a rule, the auricles are cleaned with small cotton-gauze swabs. They are moistened in warmed vegetable oil or in a special solution of chamomile with hydrogen peroxide.
It's important to know! Caring for the oral cavity of a dog requires special measures, since the formation of tartar is possible. To prevent this from happening, it is necessary to clean the oral cavity of the dog with specially designed pastes and brushes.
If discharge in the form of purulent formations accumulates in the eyes of the animal, then this should not be attributed to pathology. These secretions should be carefully removed with a gauze cloth, which is preferably moistened in a special solution of medicinal chamomile. If tartar has nevertheless appeared on the teeth, then it can only be removed with the help of a professional.
How to feed Cane Corso
Already from 3 weeks of age, the dog should be accustomed to the classic diet. Naturally, the puppy is fed in accordance with the schedule several times a day, dividing the diet into equal parts. Dishes for food and water should be on the same level with the chest on special stands. Natural foods should include these food ingredients:
- Lean meat.
- Sea fish.
- Boiled eggs.
- Nonfat milk.
Up to 2 and a half months of age should be given meat chopped by scraping. For this age, lean beef, rabbit meat or chicken is suitable. Upon reaching 6 months of age, the animal's diet should be expanded, including offal, as well as raw beef bones, including with the inclusion of sea fish and sour-milk products. Buckwheat, oatmeal or rice porridge is cooked in milk. Products such as cabbage, carrots and beets are high in vitamins and minerals. These include some berries and fruits.
Dry factory feeds are also suitable in order to organize a complete nutrition for a pet. For an adult dog, the daily ration is calculated from the conditions of need of about 20-40 grams per 1 kg of animal body weight. It turns out about 1 kg of dry feed per day.
Diseases and birth defects
This breed of dog can suffer from inversion or inversion of the eyelids, profuse tearing, and also on the cherry eye. At the same time, bloating and epilepsy, problems with the normal functioning of the thyroid gland, as well as the manifestation of allergic reactions are also noted.
Deviations in the parallelism of the muzzle and forehead, as well as anomalies in the shape of the muzzle, which can be expressed in too upturned or wedge-shaped form, are also possible. Partial depigmentation of the nose, a clear bite or scissor bite, hook-shaped tail, against the background of deviations in growth standards are also manifested.
The main disqualifying defects include a lowered muzzle, lack of pigmentation of the nose, humpiness and overshotness, lack of pigmentation of the eyelids, blue eyes, strabismus, including a short tail. The quality of the coat should not go beyond the requirements, therefore, the coat should be short, not smooth and not have distinct tows.
Parenting and training
The process of training Cane Corso should be reduced to the fact that the animal is accustomed to follow the commands of its owner, regardless of the circumstances. Given the fact that the breed is smart enough, in no case can you use hard training methods.
Important to remember! If it is correct to professionally raise a dog of this breed, then it will never bring the owner problems, including members of his family. The emphasis should be on game teaching methods, showing some persistence in the implementation of the required commands. Excessive rudeness can lead to unmotivated stubbornness.
At the initial stages of training, the puppy must master the basic commands, such as “Nearby”, “Sit”, “Lie”, “Not”, etc. At this stage, the puppy should get used to the leash and basic discipline requirements.
Cane Corso breed: where to buy
Nowadays it is very problematic to purchase a purebred puppy of this breed. In addition, choosing a puppy is a problem that only a professional can handle. In no case should you rely on your basic knowledge or simply on the recommendations of breeders.
It is very good if the kennels that practice breeding dogs of a known breed use imported producers related to the founders of the real cane corso. This will be evidence that they sell dogs that have a typical behavior, high performance, powerful skeleton and graceful movements. Parents of puppies must pass all tests and be tested by manufacturers who are not prone to dysplasia.
What to look for
When choosing a Cane Corso puppy, you should pay attention to such factors as:
- The parents have all the documents of the puppy, indicating that they passed all tests for the presence of ulnar and hip dysplasia, with the official conclusion of the RKF specialist.
- The presence of all tests in parents related to the absence of mental defects, which should be attested in a separate document.
- A parent couple participating in a breeding work must have a "very good" rating from a breeding show.
As a rule, babies from numerous litters are larger, and they are stronger and more well-fed. Despite this, the puppies must be absolutely healthy, be active and playful, have a great appetite, be curious and not be cowardly. Nowadays, the implementation of animals that are exclusively reminiscent of breed standards by their external characteristics is practiced more.
In such pets, over time, various negative problems associated with the nature of behavior can manifest themselves. This can be either a marriage in the work of breeders, or problems with raising an animal, which is more likely because not all owners bother with the problems of raising and socializing the animal.
All puppies offered must have all vaccinations, as well as cropped ears and a tail. Kids can easily determine whether they correspond to the breed type, according to the good anatomical structure, as well as a clean and calm look. Such individuals are practically socialized and have a stable and strong psyche. It remains only to properly raise the animal in the family, in a calm environment. The fact that puppies have all the vaccinations should be accompanied by supporting documents. The owner should be left with such documents as a metric, a veterinary passport and a standard sales document.
The cost of puppies Cane Corso
It is natural that puppies in the pedigree of which include producers of the most famous nurseries of world renown, such as Della Porta Dipinta, Del Rosso Malpelo, Cane Per La Vista, and Best Offsets by Destim, are the most expensive. The most expensive puppies, and therefore the most promising, quite often become titled, both abroad and in our country.
As a rule, the cost of a purebred puppy starts from the 1st thousand dollars and not lower. In this case, individuals with rare coat colors are much more expensive.
Naturally, not everyone welcomes the fact that dogs of these breeds are kept at home. This dog is not small, so it needs enough living space. And if there are two dogs? According to experienced dog breeders, it is permissible to keep 2 dogs of the same breed in the house, but you need to know that 2 females get along quite easily and without problems in the same territory. If we talk about males, then they get along badly and often conflict with each other. One can only imagine how dangerous these conflicts are, given their origin.
The Cane Corso breed is distinguished by the fact that physical activity, in the form of frequent and long walks, is very important for normal life. Despite the features of the breed, even novice dog breeders can start it. At the same time, it is better to visit training sites and contact with professionals.
To everyone a note! Those who wish to have a Cane Corso dog at home should be aware that the external data, mental characteristics and behavior, as well as performance characteristics, are inherited. Therefore, the best option is to purchase a puppy in a specialized nursery.
Such an approach allows minimizing the risks associated with the acquisition of an animal that does not meet breed standards. If you choose the puppy wisely and then also educate him competently, you can get a faithful and affectionate friend for life. It is better to acquire a puppy after reaching 6 months of life, since teeth change by this period, so you can determine the nature of the bite, including eye color. At this point, it is already possible to easily determine the flaws in the structure of the limbs, as well as the nature of the movement.
The maintenance of such a breed of dog at home is a huge responsibility, primarily to relatives, friends and children. First of all, one should decide whether there is enough strength and stubbornness to overcome the stubbornness of this dog, especially on their own, without contacting specialists for help. In most cases, the owners still can not cope with the task. As a result, everyone suffers, because the dog has to be kept in an aviary, away from family members. An ill-bred and not socialized dog is an angry dog that is not able to react correctly to the outside world. There are a lot of cases of attacks of such breeds of dogs simply on passers-by or on family members. As a result, people get serious injuries, sometimes not compatible with life.
As life shows, many dogs have huge dogs in order to protect their home, as well as members of their family, but at the same time they forget or simply don’t realize that the dog needs to be trained in order to direct its strength and its energy, as well as its skills . Unfortunately, raising a dog is an everyday and hard work that will surely pay off with many positive aspects, including safety.