There is nothing fragile about a Cane Corso.
Except, maybe, for type.
Cerberus sculpted in sand at the 2009 International Festival of Sand Sculptures, in Lido di Jesolo, Italy.
Was Cerberus, the three-headed devil dog of Greek myth, a Molosser? Maybe even a Cane Corso or a Neo?
Color counts when it comes to longevity, according to a study that says brindle Cane Corsos live longer.
Boerboel registrations were on the upswing in 2018, along with many other Molosser breeds.
On the American Kennel Club's newly released list of its most popular breeds for 2018, most Molossers either maintained their rankings, or in some cases even moved up.
Referred to as "paglia," or the color of straw, this shade of Cane Corso is considered rare. But is it acceptable in the show ring? The DNA tells the tale.
From brindle to black, formentino to fawn, the Cane Corso's beauty is expressed in many shades.
The docking of tails and cropping of ears are all but extinct in certain parts of Europe. Are U.S. breeders feeling the pinch?
Stumped by "slightly convergent upper longitudinal axes"? Specialist judge Massimo Inzoli demystifies the skull and muzzle planes in the Cane Corso.
When it comes to temperament, the old adage "You reap what you sow" is profoundly true with the Corso.
The Cane Corso and Neapolitan Mastiff fanciers are in a tug-of-war over ancient images, with each arguing they reflect their respective breed.