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Some dogs are perpetual puppies -- always begging for a game -- while others are more serious and sedate. Although a playful pup sounds endearing, consider how many games of fetch or tag you want to play each day, and whether you have kids or other dogs who can stand in as playmates for the dog.


It really DOES matter how a breeder raises their puppies. What happens every moment of those first few weeks determines the dog's lifetime experiences. Wonderful family companions and top competitive dogs ALL need the same full-time, detailed care and experienced dedication. Raising puppies is our hobby, yes. But we are committed to doing so in the utmost professional, loving way. Few breeders dedicate as much time, resources and love as we do... and our discerning CastleGuard clients reap the rewards of owning an extroidarinary puppy.

Each year, we offer a select number of Cane Corso puppies to qualified clientele. If you would like to be a part of our CastleGuard family, please review our corso availability and contact us. We look forward to chatting with you.Cane Corso Puppies for Sale & Planned Litters. Photos & Info - Please read our Ownership requirements, Prices and Sales Policies. Occasional Corso adults for sale.

The following numbers are estimates that you can use to get a rough idea of how much your Cane Corse puppy will weigh at six months, one year, and so on. If your pup is significantly heavier or lighter than the average Cane Corso weight, consult with your veterinarian to ensure they're growing at a healthy rate. Otherwise, don't stress if they fall slightly above or below the curve! All puppies grow at different rates.

All puppies grow at different rates, but most Cane Corsos will be between 21 and 24 inches tall at six months old. Male puppies will weigh around 60 to 65 pounds, while six-month-old female Cane Corsos will weigh slightly less at 55 to 60 pounds.

Maybe you're a fan of massive mastiffs because you loved the French mastiff in the Tom Hanks movie Turner & Hooch (or the new Disney+ reboot!) Or you obsessively hit 'replay' dozens of times on TikTok to giggle over the ginormous bear-like Tibetan mastiff climbing into the back of a tiny car. But did you know there are actually six different types of mastiffs? And each one offers ample amounts of mammoth doggie love!

Mastiffs require a lot of mental stimulation and training, and also thrive with early socialization and exposure to a wide variety of situations. "As the mastiff matures, a window closes on what the dog considers to be their home and family," Myers says. "As a result, they're more likely to be wary and defensive around people and things that fall outside that definition."

While mastiffs are truly large lovebugs, Myers recommends they only join families with older children. "Even when the dog means no harm, it's easy for a toddler to get bumped into, knocked over, jumped on, or receive a blow from a wagging tail," she says.

Majestic and loyal, these incredible canines hail from most parts of the world, with some breed origins dating back 3,000 years. How much do you know about the different types of mastiffs? Let's take a look!

High from the Himalayan mountains is the relatively rare and furbulous Tibetan mastiff, an independent deep thinker who, while devoted to his people, is unlikely to fawn over them. But he'll happily walk a fenced yard with an experienced dog owner who understands his 'I've got to be me' attitude, because even though he's often 26 inches tall and 150 pounds, he's rather nimble and quick!

You won't have to groom a Neapolitan mastiff very often, but a bib might be nice, as those large jowls release a lot of drool! Regardless, this Italian beauty captivates dog lovers with her charm, wits, and generally calm nature. If you have a big enough apartment to make a 150-pound dog comfortable, this type of mastiff might be the perfect fit, as she only needs a casual daily stroll and plenty of nap space to be happy.

Each type of mastiff also has particular health concerns such as kidney disease or heart disease, so always investigate mastiff breeders thoroughly and discuss heritable conditions and other specific wellness issues. Myers adds that it's also important to consult a veterinarian about the costs associated with keeping big dogs healthy. "Giant dogs usually mean you'll have giant veterinary expenses as well," she says. "Even routine care costs, such as heartworm prevention, are usually two or three times higher than what they would be for a conventionally-sized dog."

Daily care is essential with mastiff dog breeds. Deep wrinkle folds can harbor ingrown hairs, cysts, and infections, so they must be cleaned multiple times throughout the day. Saggy eyelids might cause vision problems, too, such as cherry eye. And while some types of mastiffs shed just a little, while others (we're looking at you Tibetan mastiff) release so much fur, it fills the air!

Oh, and there will be so much slobber! All over everything! "After more than 25 years as a veterinarian, I've learned the dead giveaway of a seasoned mastiff owner is the ever-present bandana or tea towel hanging out of a back pocket or from a belt loop. These people never go anywhere without a drool rag!" Myers says.

The red Cane Corso is less common than the fawn but sports the same black or grey mask. In addition to the mask, some red Corso puppies are born with a black or blue saddle mark which fades as he matures.

Like the black brindle, these paler Cane Corsos have a brown base color interspersed with gray or blue stripes. Less common than the gray Corso, the grey brindle is nevertheless relatively easy to breed for, and two grey brindle parents will produce a litter of at least 50% grey brindle puppies.

The Cane Corso has short hair that is not prone to shedding and four standard colors of coats. It has a large, mastiff-like head with long ears that may be traditionally docked and prominent lower jowls. Common markings may include white patches on the upper chest or lighter coloring around the muzzle. 041b061a72


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