Welcome to Wolf Creek Ranch Cane Corso
Home of Many Champion & Grand Champion Corsos
At Wolf Creek Ranch Cane Corso, we attempt to breed dogs of superior quality with stable temperaments. We are breeders of the rare Italian Mastiff known as the Cane Corso. A Cane Corso is a very social dog and adapts very well to be a part of your family. Our dogs are part of our family and have good and stable temperaments. We take raising our Cane Corso puppies very seriously and only plan a few litters a year. We at Wolf Creek Ranch give each puppy the best possible start to life with maximum human contact and exposure. It requires a lot of time and socialization from the breeder to produce a truly confident Cane Corso.
A confident Cane Corso will be great with your kids, family and a perfect protector against burglary. Cane Corso’s are a very clever and dominant breed and needs an owner who can take proper leadership. Extremely loyal, these Mastiffs will be a brave guardian of both you and your property. Once you have one, you will never want to possess any other dog breed.
At Wolf Creek Ranch, we raise Cane Corso’s with the following characteristics:
Our Cane Corso breed is medium to large molossus dog. Compared to other mastiffs, it is smart, slim and more finely muscled. They are possess athletic body with a balanced combination of speed, alertness, and strength.
They have a big, strong bone structure. The male Cane Corso is about 27.5 inches in height at the withers and females are 26 inches. They have an alert and attentive expression and at times their face wrinkles to a frown when they are observing something. The Cane Corso is a powerful and muscular dog and is best suited to an experienced owner who has a large, securely fenced yard.
The Cane Corso has a short shiny coat that is stiff, dense, and adherent. They have a light undercoat that thickens in cold weather.
Cane Corso Temperament and Tendencies
The Cane Corso is a naturally tame breed with an even temperament. They are alert but steady and calm. They will not spring into action unless real threat is present. Their protector instincts are high and they may seem indifferent at first but they will warm to you as time goes by. The Cane Corso is wired to be suspicious especially to strangers but will usually remain quiet until provoked.
They are very quick and easily trained breed. They are loyal and devoted to their master and will protect their family in every situation. They are noble and majestic in their actions. When they are with their master or family, they are warm and affectionate even with kids. The Cane Corso is a dependable and faithful companion.
The Cane Corso has a remarkably high tolerance to pain. They are bred to guard property. They are not a fighting breed, but they will never back down from any challenge. They are very courageous and they believe that it’s their duty to protect their masters and their master’s assets.
Factors to Consider When Purchasing A Cane Corso
Cane Corso Personality
The Cane Corso works as an excellent and athletic guard dog. They are loyal and affectionate to their family and quite reserved with strangers. Originally bred as a guard dog, the Cane Corso is not naturally aggressive. They work to be protective and always tend to stick with their owner. It is a breed that is quiet but knows well when to get aggressive at the right time. In spite of their big appearance, the Cane Corso makes for a great house pet. They require a lot of training and attention and are adapted to being the dominant dog among other breeds.
The Cane Corso is a highly athletic breed and responds well to long walks, runs, and play with their family. They need to be exercised daily to keep them fit and in good health.
The Cane Corso can live in a small place so long as it gets enough daily exercise and activity. It also does not mind living outside in the yard if there is adequate shelter for its needs and activities.
Cane Corso do not require fancy or professional grooming. This breed does not shed heavily. Regular Comb through its hair is good in order to remove dead hair from time to time.
The Cane Corso breed is not immune to common dog ailments. Make sure you watch out for hip dysplasia, abnormalities with its eyelids (common to other mastiffs), bloat, and non-contagious issues on regular basis.
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Larry and Lynda are great people to work with and they really know Cane Corsos. They also are very careful about who they sell to. It is important to them that their puppies find really grreat homes.