Cane Corso

Pair of side elevation drawings of the Cane Corso in standing and seated postures

A close relative to the Napoleon Mastiff, the Cane Corso is a large Italian Molosser. Distinctly muscular and large in stature, this tough doggo was bred for the purposes of guarding, protecting, and tracking and weighs in at a solid 100 pounds. The Cane Corso comes in a choice of darker fur colors, and its short coat allows for low maintenance upkeep. While this fearsome, loyal companion makes for an excellent police dog or farm dog, do not be fooled—the Cane Corso is popular among families for its gentle and protective demeanor towards its owners, particularly small babies.

Assorted elevation drawings of the Cane Corso in a range of positions including lying down, standing and sitting

Male Cane Corsos have a withers height between 25”-27.5” (64-70 cm) and a weight in the range of 100-110 lb (45.4-49.9 kg). Female Cane Corsos have a withers height between 23.5”-26” (60-66 cm) and a weight in the range of 85-100 lb (38.6-45.4 kg). The Cane Corso has an overall body length of roughly 41.5”-55” (105-140 cm), standing height of 32.5”-43” (83-109 cm), and a typical lifespan of 9-12 years .

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Height: 
32.5”-43” | 83-109 cm
Width:
Depth:
Length:
41.5”-55” | 105-140 cm
Withers Height:
23.5”-27.5” | 60-70 cm
:
Weight:
85-110 lb | 38.6-49.9 kg

Coat Color: Black, light and dark gray, light and dark fawn, red
Temperament: Intelligent, easily trained, protective, noble, docile

Breed Size:
Large
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Lifespan:
9-12 years

Properties

Drawings include:

Cane Corso side elevation (standing), side (sitting), front (standing), front (sitting), side (lying down)

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Dogs are domesticated mammals of the Carnivora order. Descendants of wolves, dogs are the first animals to have been domesticated by humans. Dogs are bred for particular physical and emotional characteristics and are often referred to as ‘man’s best friend’ referring to their high degree of loyalty.