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  • Rob Irvine

    This Italian mastiff was bred to hunt wild boar and today acts as a guard dog. Fiercely devoted to his family, he doesn't care for strangers or small animals. More athletic and agile than other mastiffs, he’ll sit at your feet with impressive weight.

  • Kevin Lee Maynard Pagoria

    Cane Corso Breed Information

  • Phyllis Thompson

    Cane Corso dog

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