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5 dog breeds for protection (ans use as a BOV :) I would love to have a Cane Corso, but it's so big, and it is said to be hard to train. Rottweiler is a good pick.

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This Cane Corso Mastiff looks similar to one of my cuddle buddies at home! His name is Boston because I love the Redsox! He is 7 months old and already weighs over 50lbs.

Cane Corso. Looks somewhat like an American pitbull.

Little Cane Corso. Couple months and youre mine! ♥

Cane Corso Puppy. My grandmother had one of these- he is SO CUTE!!!

Purebred Cane Corso Puppies (Italian Mastiff) | puppies for sale kingscliff New South Wales | Cane Corso dogs for sale in Australia - @ #pups4sale - www.pups4sale.com...

The Cane Corso. A large Italian Molosser (Mastiff-type) breed, for years valued highly in Italy as a companion, guardian and hunter, its name derives from "cane da corso", an old term for catch dogs used in rural activities (for cattle and swine; boar hunting, and bear fighting). Easy to train they are a loyal, quiet, & protective breed. Training must begin early as this is a powerful & imposing breed which is highly suspicious of strangers, & aggression should never be encouraged.

Beautiful Cane Corso :)