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.
Eighty years of memories from Cane Corso enthusiast Fernando Casolino.
According to popular thought, yellow eyes in the Cane Corso aren’t just more intimidating – they supposedly give the dog superior night vision.
The 18th-Century fountain at the royal palace of Caserta depicts a very modern-looking Cane Corso.
The Cane Corso is the athlete among Molossers. Here are 10 things to know about evaluating the breed.
Docility, sociability, temperament, curiosity, watchfulness and fiber are among the traits that comprise Cane Corso temperament.
If we lose the temperament, argues Cane Corso fancier Michael Ertaskiran, we lose the breed.
Oftentimes, I’ll hear Cane Corso fanciers talk about a short coat, and I think that many of them really don’t have a very clear idea of what “short” means. A short coat is a centimeter, maybe a centimeter and a half – roughly one-third to a little over half an inch long. When a coat starts...