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Originating from Italy, the Cane Corso is a breed that should be handled by experienced dog owners only. As puppies, they require daily socialization to become well-behaved dogs. The breed has been used to catch animals, commonly cows and pigs, but they can be used as protection for farm animals and other large pets and livestock. Because they are athletic, the Cane Corso makes an excellent choice for guarding and herding. Coloring for these dogs varies between black and brindle, although the brindle can also come in two forms: blue and black. Although a large dog, they can live up to 12 years, which is considered a longer-than-average lifespan.
If you can't find the right Cane Corso Rescue that you’re searching for in your state, check below the listings for links to other Rescues in nearby states who may have exactly what you are looking for.
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Cane Corso Rescues in the USA
|Releashed Rescue Huskies
|Big Bones Canine Rescue
|Carolina Mastiff Rescue
|Southern California Mastiff Rescue Network
|Canine Rescue Coalition, Inc.
|West Coast Cane Corso Rescue
|Texas Cane Corso Rescue
|Big Bully Rescue
|American Bulldog Rescue -PA through NC/SC through FL-
|The Rescue Barn
|East Coast Gentle Giants Rescue, Inc.
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