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the best breed documentaries on YouTube (dog barks). (soft guitar music) – Original Cane Corso is one of many names for the working, Neapolitan Mastiff. Cane Corso, Cane Depressa,
and Neapolitan Mastiff were just three different names of the same traditional Cane Corso’s. My name’s Jimmy Monugian Jr. I am a Cane Corso breeder, enthusiast, owner, and I just breed traditional Cane Corso’s. About 13 years ago, I met guy named Jeremy Valdez, and I picked up a dog from him, fell in love with the dog. I was a 13-year-old kid. You know, my father owned a tow company. My parents were going through
some problems at the time. I was living with my dad
and I just wanted a dog. You know, and I was telling my
dad how much I wanted a dog, I wanted a dog. The same time, my dad
was looking for a painter to paint his tow trucks. Turns out he found himself a
painter named Jeremy Valdez. He ended up, you know, talking to Jeremy and telling him, “You
know, my son wants a dog.” I wanted a puppy. Unfortunately, Jeremy didn’t
have any puppies at the time. So I ended getting my first Cane Corso that was a year and a half old. And his name was Psycho,
and I had him 10 years. 10 years. He just passed away about three years ago. But I mean, within those 10 years, me and Jeremy, I don’t
even call him my breeder, I don’t even call him my friend. Jeremy’s like a brother to me. Before Jeremy, I didn’t
know what a Cane Corso was. I was getting familiar
with what a Mastiff was. So when I met Jeremy, it was just, to me, he knew everything. And like I said, him working for my pops, he ended up moving real close to our shop where the dogs were kept,
and anything I needed, any questions, I mean,
it wasn’t a phone call. I’d ride my bike to his house and, “Hey, the dog’s doing this. “Hey, the dog’s done this. “Hey, what do I do-“. You know, Jeremy was
just always there for me, you know, when it came to
the dog, on a personal. You know, it was more
than just a phone call. Me and Jeremy, we’ve just
always bee tight like that. My other mentors, Mike Sottile Jr., Salahudeen Salaam Derek Matson. He’s a big Cane Corso breeder. Don Masjetti, he’s a
big Cane Corso breeder. Mostly Mike Sottile though. Mike Sotille is really
become a friend of mine. You know, I started posting
my dogs on Facebook. Pictures, videos. And my likes on Facebook
just started going up. People started seeing my
dogs, asking questions, and then finally a guy named
Salahudeen seen my dogs, and he reached out to me and
you know, basically just, he told me more of the history of my dogs and he asked me if I knew
who Mike Sottile was. At the time, I had no idea. And then he told me that I
needed to speak to Mike Sottile. And when he told me that, and
after he tell me the history of who he was, and you
know, I was just like, “I can’t talk to this guy. “I’m just some kid, you
know, that has dogs.” And he’s like, “No man,
you have more than that.” So I worked up the courage. And he had already talked to Mike about me so when I reached out to Mike,
he was waiting for my call, and waiting for me to contact him. And when I contacted him, he had already looked at all my dogs and all that. And he basically just told
me, “You got it, kid.” You know? “You still got the old blood.” So yeah, Mike Sottile. We talked on the phone quite a bit and you know, it started with dogs. And it started with pictures of the dogs, sending videos of the dogs and he told me that this dog reminded
him of his past dog. And this dog looked like
another one of his past dogs and you know, then pedigrees got involved. Once the pedigrees got
involved, for my male, Tank, I only had a four generation
pedigree at the time. And Mike was telling me about, of course, we’d go to
the fourth generation and he’d tell me the names. I’m looking at the
pedigree in front of me, Mike’s on the other end of the phone, and you know, he’s telling me, “Okay, so go to your fourth generation. “Here’s this dog and this name
and this registry number.” He’s like, “Now, I owned his parents. “And I owned his parent’s parents.” And he was able to tell me the names of those dogs, registry numbers. And I’m listening to everything. But later on, I was able to go online and go to the Cane Corso pedigree database and sure enough, every dog
that Mike said that he owned and Mike said their
numbers and their names, it all matched up. After that conversation that
day, I was just kind of like, “Wow, this is real right here.” Jeremy’s been doing it for 20 years, man. He’s been involved with the
old Corso’s, original Corso’s. He actually was fortunate enough to hook up with a breeder that directly got their dog
from the Sotille family. He was just a good dog breeder, regardless of the breed,
he was just a good breeder. He was able to keep the same bloodline. And here we are, 23 years later and we still have that same bloodline. And now we know it goes back
to the original Sotille family. The history of the breed,
it’s the Italian Mastiff. The Italian Mastiff is
capable of anything. You know, they were hunting dogs, they were farming dogs,
they were herding dogs, they were guard dogs,
they were protectors. At the end of the day,
they were family dogs. You know, these dogs came inside and interacted with the
family and the kids. To me, these dogs did it all. Well, in 1948, Naples, Italy. They wanted their own name of
the own dogs in their town. And they chose the name
Neapolitan Mastiff, and when they chose that name,
that left the Cane Depressa and Cane Corso everywhere else, basically. Still the same dogs, it’s
still the Italian Mastiff. It’s three different
names of the same dog. Now, over time, they’ve been
bred in different directions so now they really are different breeds. So yeah, these dogs,
they’re always working dogs. As far as hunting, they hunted wild boar. These dogs were known. They’d grab a boar by the
ear, take it down no problem. They were real catch dogs. Working on the farm, you know,
herding dogs, herding cattle. They were capable of doing that. Guard dog, protection dogs, any predator, whether it’s four-legged or two-legged, they were protection dogs. They did it all. The temperament of the
original Cane Corso, very stable dog, very stable. Also can be very aggressive, you know? Very dog aggressive at times. But also very sharp. You know, these dogs are
very, very sharp dogs. When it comes to aggression
and protection work, the kids can use them for protection and one minute these dogs can be on fire and all they need is that one word, whatever word you decide to use, but the minute they hear that word, these dogs are stable enough to know that it’s time to stop. You know, they’re that
good at what they do when it comes to their temperament. When the breed became
popular amongst kennel clubs, just like every other breed, they change. They change, and they
basically bred other breeds into this breed for what they wanted. They said the original
Cane Corso was too big. The original Cane Corso
was too aggressive. So to get these dogs in the show, they bred something else
in it, to tone it down, and downsize it, and give it
a different look, basically. No ones really every admitted
to what they’ve bred into it but any average Joe, anybody
that knows about dogs, you look at today’s Cane
Corso, I see a Boxer. Nobody will ever admit to
it but that’s what I see. When you add a Boxer into it, you downsize, and you basically soften the dogs. Less aggressive. Better to put in the shows. The breed standard,
there’s an Italian standard that everyone pretty
much goes off of today, all the different registries,
FCI, AKC, all of them. They follow this breed standard. Barchier was a dog that was
a template for the standard. When Mike Sotille brought
the dogs to America, he wrote his own standard, and that’s the American
standard that I go by today. The differences between the new Corso and the original Corso. The original Corso resembles
more of the Neapolitan, but the old school Neapolitan,
the working Neapolitan. A lot of these new Italian enthusiasts wanted to get away from that look. So like I said, they crossbred
another breed into them. When I breed my dogs, I breed
for the traditional look. Dogs that resemble the old school Neo’. In 1949, the forefather, Guaglione. That’s the look I go for, the old working, Neapolitan Cane Corso, Cane Depressa, whatever you want to call it. The look, the temperament,
that’s what I breed for. My males usually measure from 26-27 inches tall. My females usually from 24-25 inches tall. Males, anywhere from 110 to 140. Females, anywhere from 100 to 120. I crop my ears and dock my tails because it’s a part of
the traditional look. In history, that’s what
they did for the dogs. They used it as hunting
dogs and fighting dogs and ears and tails just got in the way. Today, we don’t do so much
fighting or anything like that, hunting, yes, but it just all goes along with the traditional look
of the dog, and that’s why I crop the ears and dock
the tails on my dogs. My dogs, they’re acting
just like the old dogs are. Dog aggressive, yes and no. I have a couple other dogs in my house and they’re able to get along with them. But it says that in history,
they’re able to get along with other dogs that they’re around. Strange dogs, I can’t speak for them. As far as, when it comes to
people that I don’t know, you can’t come into my
home when I’m not around. You can’t come around my
kids, you can’t touch my kids, nothing like that. My dogs, they’re just
like the old dogs are. Tank, man. Tank’s only a year and a half old. You know, he’s a year and a half, he’s already 120 pounds, 27 inches tall, got that big block head, the saggy skin, a lot of people don’t like it. I love it. Tank. Tank’s my best friend. Tank is really a great
dog, all the way around. He’s like a light switch. Turn that light switch on, that dog’s ready to kill somebody. You turn it off, the dog
will be your best friend. My best friend, my kids’ best friends. And that’s all I want from him. Exercise, daily walks. The dogs are great jogging partners. I personally don’t jog but
where I live, it’s kind of hot, so me and Tank and my wife, my kids, we go for walks later in the afternoon when it starts to get dark. We actually go these really
cool collars that light up and they allow everybody to see us. With these type of dogs, I don’t recommend anybody
walking up on them, especially when it’s getting dark outside. So these collars really
allow people to see my dog before they’re even coming at a distance because this ain’t the type of dog you want to accidentally stumble upon. Just daily walks and that’s about it. Tank, he swims, he
swims a lot in the pool. He gets his exercise. And then the protection work, that’s always a good
workout for him as well. Tank is a house dog. Tank gets in the pool. Tank goes everywhere with me. I take Tank to PetSmart,
take him to Home Depot. Tank’s just fine. Training and socialization is everything. With me, sometimes we
train every other day, sometimes we train once a week. Obedience is everything with this breed. Basic obedience is all
it really calls for. Even if it’s 5, 15 minutes a day, the dogs needs that attention. (mumbles) Tank! Good boy, Tank! Good boy! As far as protection training, you know, that’s not for everybody. Me personally, I like to feel safe, I like to make sure my family is safe, and my dogs make me feel safe and that’s why we do the
protection training that we do. Health issues facing the breed today. Epilepsy’s running wild. Fortunately for me, never had a problem. Epilepsy isn’t a health issue
for the old Mastiff dogs. Epilepsy comes from another breed. Hips problems, joint problems,
very common with the breed. As a breeder, you should
always evaluate your dogs before breeding to make
sure these problems don’t keep going on. All I want to say is,
the original Cane Corso, it still lives. There’s a lot other breeders out there, there’s some great breeders out there. You know, Derek Matson, Don Masjetti. Those guys, they really do it big. And they’re actually in the show ring with these traditional dogs. The dogs are still around. They’re rare to find. They’re hard to find
but they’re still there and it’s people like me and my
friends and Mike Sottile Jr. We’re gonna make sure that
we keep these dogs around for a lot more years.

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100 Responses

  1. Elvir Redzepovic says:

    Is this "original" cane corso or chineese copy ?
    @Dogumentary You need to fire moron that names your videos. A big thumb down and subscription ended.

  2. Low Ghost says:

    He SAW my dog. Not SEEN my dog!

  3. F. Mazz. says:

    They may share some similar mastiff type lineage, but the Presa Canario has NO direct relation to the Neapolitan Mastiff or the Cane Corso. The wording in the names are NOT the same! The Presa is from the Canary Islands (Spain). Only the Italian Neapolitan and Cane Corso are related. Not to mention the Cane Corso temperament is much more stable than the Presa, was bred for a different purpose, is an older breed and the two should not be compared. There's no such dog called Cane di Presa…? Your get a spanish breed mixed up with an Italian breed by their similar sounding names. Someone needs to do their research still. Otherwise nice Corso's you got!

  4. Ashlyn Hunter says:

    I know the guy says they bred different breeds into the cane corso but it could just be very selective breeding.

  5. David B says:

    Good video man…I think I have watched all the videos on the Cane Corso.

    Maybe someday I will own one…if my wife allows it.

  6. Trae UCity says:

    This man is the breeder I have been searching for. We are in simpatico, concerning this breed.

  7. emir saracevic says:

    dog shows are killing working breeds….

  8. luis jackson says:

    I like the look of the Old Italian Mastiffs..beautiful 💜

  9. M San Miguel says:

    A good temperament Cane Corso can go off leash at dog parks. This guy isn’t reliable.

  10. Frida says:

    0:36 That looks like a Neo from the 1980s. Corsos are supposed to be much more moderate, lighter bone and less skin, than a Neo. This is ridiculous.

  11. Giuliano Burba says:

    Original American 😉 you ever now Canis pungniax

  12. TiOZÃO says:

    1st – I'm here to see dogs, not your ugly mug.
    2nd – You're full of shit.

  13. Inge Van Camp says:

    Neo mastiff and cane corso are not the same breed. American cane corso and neo mastiff look very similar because of cross breeding with neo and boxer. Italian cane corso looks nothing like the other 2. Better research next time!

  14. Marcellus Minniefield says:

    I can't wait to get a puppy from this guy

  15. Joe bump says:

    I totally agree the Americanized cone corso looks a little bit like a boxer I have had 2 original corsos one generation back to Italy your dogs look great nice job

  16. Kateen Lessord says:

    Beautiful dogs. Think I want one in the future

  17. E Katt says:

    Working dogs cannot be big.
    The have to be have an athletic structure unless they have a double coat and just appear huge.
    This was a nice video but I just don’t believe the original Corsos where that big. Who really knows tho.

  18. Yo Cat says:

    I like the original Corso I hate when people make their own breeds and throw different kind of dogs in there like boxers and etc it makes em smaller and more soft

  19. FloPaC Kilawin says:

    Man,I been dying to own a Cane Corso for so long. The only problem is my wife 😏 maybe one day my dram will come true.

  20. I'm an Infidel 1488 says:

    SOB'S need to leave their fucking ears alone. I'd like to make yours pointy for you. It's causes all kind of health problems & hearing & causes difficulty in communication between other animals . God made them perfect. Unlike you.

  21. Cesar Chavez says:

    Wrong! Neo and Corso not the same dog. Get tour shit together and stop the lies.

  22. Marlon brando says:

    Dude keep the original bloodline alive please never give up on your priceless treasure

  23. outlandishJayy lol says:

    I have brindle Cane Corso Italian Massive

  24. Hairy Banana says:

    This guy breeds street fighters that have a corso base but not quality show dogs or pets .

  25. Handsome Beast Augustus says:

    My guy is gonna look like yours. Mojo bloodline. Check out my vids. Give me any advice that you have.

  26. Captain Best says:

    Great story

  27. Carolin Coren says:

    This is specificaly breeding aggression I am not a fan. Evaluate..?? Health Test, more like it.

  28. K WM says:

    What he’s kennel name

  29. Ehaan Banerjee says:

    How long do they live in general?

  30. Alex Valera says:

    Idk what this guy is talking about aggressive cane corso are large love bunnys they only become aggressive or over protective do to the training and environment but thats all dogs is just the corso got the size strength and look that makes it so menacing.that what attracts asshole people to train them to be attack dogs…

  31. Dhavid Ricardo Antunez Diaz says:

    Where I get a original cane corso?

  32. Athena Cane Corso says:

    Check out my puppy

  33. Today Today says:

    he looks like someone from fast and furious😂😂

  34. Cease Miller says:

    If I go cane corso I’m only considering the original cane

  35. Mccoy Camarao says:

    What's this man's facebook page?

  36. Uly says:

    Do you get this classic look by crossing modern corsos with Neo mastiffs?

    I know they used to be the same dog back in the day

  37. liesbeth Beekmans says:

    You have such a beauteful dog i love the cane corso your dog have such a beauteful face 💛

  38. Lashaunda Alexander says:

    I've been looking for the true corso blood line how to get in contact with breeders who don't use boxer as a filler for the look i want the old blood line

  39. No Satellites says:

    These documentaries focus too much on the owners and not enough on the dogs.

  40. Melissa Coburn says:

    That is wrong to try to breed certain traits out of them

  41. Melissa Coburn says:

    I love it I've never heard of a cane corso

  42. Carlos Marquez says:

    He's got some very beautiful dogs 🐕🥇👏👌👍

  43. James mcquoid says:

    I have 2 my Male Bruno 140 lbs my female 110 lbs .I love them best dam dog I ever owned smart fast strong .

  44. James mcquoid says:

    Your right about that boxer thing.thank God my dogs dont have any boxer in them.

  45. Mike Henry says:

    I'm looking for one of these original cane corso what's the price and where can I find one

  46. O .T .G says:

    Loved this ! Tank is a lovely dog

  47. Molliena Rounds says:

    I just got a Cane Corso Mastiff so I am new to all of this💯💯💯

  48. Molliena Rounds says:

    That’s why I’m here👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼💯💯💯💯💯

  49. Adrian Bedolla says:

    Such a badass dog

  50. Sean S. says:

    Beautiful breed. They’re a bit too aggressive though. If you don’t train this breed it will do anything it wants.

  51. fanis moschovitis says:

    cut ears and tails?? jesus that's cruel

  52. rodrigo miguel - animalbreedingcenter says:

    Nice dogs! But he is breeding old school neos not cane corsos.

  53. Stefano Patton says:

    That poor dog. All that sagging skin, all those folds, drooping skin over the eyes.

  54. Ronnal Scammahorn says:

    Ty TyVm Exilent video , impressive breed .. by the end of this year im moving to the Philippines on a 10 acre country property outside iloilo city . My intention is Mastiff pure blood breeding for home business & military application , this breed has my attention . Once situated in the Philippines id like the opportunity for further communication concerning this pure breed .. again Ty TyVm

  55. dogs aren't dangerous says:

    Anyone that calls a dog psycho is a dick.

  56. LauraNYC says:


  57. blakkkatt9 says:

    I'm on my third cane Corso I had my 1st one about 10 years ago she was a lot smaller so I felt that she was probably bred crossbred with something else but she still look like a cane Corso she was just smaller for female i got ahold of a male and I loved him but he was every bit of cane corso blue Brindle and he was just evil if somebody came up on my property he just looked out for my family now have another female her name is Bella She could be very protective at times I she's very docile around the kids they grew up with her they grew up with my other dogs I can say after watching this video seeing your dogs you have it kid, And I wish I had it you have a nice bloodline those are some awesome looking dogs Getting include a website a lease i didn't see it.

  58. Albert Hangsing says:

    Finally Jimmy gets the story straight.

  59. humbleanger says:

    I've been in Cane Corsos since 1996. The old dogs didn't have a specific name; they were mixtures of dogs. Then they took the dogs and bred them to their own specifics. You can't write your own standard of a dog that's already been established and that's the problem with the breed today. People keep breeding their own interpretations-bad bites, bad fronts, bad hips, etc.

  60. GrowLLLTigeRRR says:

    Which of the cane corsos would have the tightest facial skin and the largest bone structure?

  61. squizill says:

    Connie Corso lol

  62. Jesus T says:

    He is definitely correct that the boxer was breed in to it. He changed my mind when he said his old blood line of dogs didn't exsperince epilepsy but the new ones do. What breed has a high chance of epilepsy, *the boxer*. I have owned two boxers in my lifetime and can see the change in the shape of the head of the corso compared to the old. Additionally one of my boxers did have epilepsy.

  63. TREYCO says:

    Where can I find his Instagram

  64. F. Mazz. says:

    I'm Italian and previous Corso owner and I've seen the Cane Corso's all over southern Italy and they don't look like that. I'm not hating, I think they're still nice, but these are more like classic Neapolitans (Mastino Napolitano) than Cane Corso's. CC's should always be lighter and more agile with a lot less dewlap. Ideally a large male Cane Corso should not weigh more than 120lbs. Mine was btwn 108-112 lbs and he was perfect.

  65. stephen omoyinmi says:

    i appreciate these dogs to the core. I feel more people should have these dogs .

  66. Kitwana Tyhimba says:

    Beautiful dogs ✨

  67. Mr. Simon says:

    I own 2 pits and im sold on cane corso's

  68. Peter Waldie says:

    Caaannaay corso not connie corso

  69. DonniePynnTV says:

    Please do a dalmatian documentary!

  70. Dala&Chase Cullen says:

    Real traditional Corso's are unmatched. Please do extensive research on the breed before buying one and make sure you do yourself the service of getting a Corso from traditional lines. The calm, relaxed, and steady confidence is what makes this breed so special. That being said a traditional Corso is going to be a lot more protective then a Corso that has had recent Boxer mixing. After all, that is one of the reasons people started mixing it with Boxer, so it would be an easier dog to show and be less temperamental towards strangers. So if you want a traditional Corso make sure you spend extensive time in socializing to other dogs and strangers or else it could be over protective. Just like any dog you want a balanced dog that can be comfortable in any scenario. Socializing will not take away from their guarding instincts either, it's in their blood to know when to protect. It's a shame that there are people diluting the original breed but good traditional lines definitely exist. The quickest indicator in spotting traditional lines is the head structure and the body movement . Traditional Corso's eyes should almost captivate you, they should not be bulging in the slightest, there jaw should not be too undershot, and there movement should be almost cat like due to their long body and huge paws. There also not going to be overly hyper either. Especially upon meeting a stranger. Anyway, I hope this rant helps someone out who is interested in getting a corso.

    Heres a link to my Formentino Female:

  71. Dbirdey Capozzi says:

    The link for the LED collars is "unavailable"…

  72. Adonna Rowe says:

    Senza tempa cane coral which ones are the real ones his or theirs

  73. Adonna Rowe says:

    I like the ones with the scruchie faces

  74. It's Sick Out There and Getting Sicker says:

    Thank you brother for telling the truth about the breed, there were so many in Brooklyn growing up. But they faded away with the old Italian guys, my wife’s family in Naples on their farm use to give puppies away. My vet wanted $400 for a cherry eye on mine, I told him growing up I seen many done with a scissor for free. Anyway thank you so much for telling the true history on the Italian mastiff. Once a breed gets popular is the destruction of what they were.It was awesome to watch this, thank you for keeping the truth & the breed alive. Me & my Italian mastiff thank you.

  75. Deuz_Ex_Machina _42 says:

    I want one! I’m gonna name him Ezio! 😂

  76. Dr K. says:

    I wonder if he knows about laryngeal paralysis you need to be careful with the collars you use, what you put around their necks. Later in life, they can get laryngeal paralysis from the nerve damage caused by pulling and jumping while wearing collars and leashed. It effects the laryngeal tissues, the flaps in the vocal cord won't open anymore, it effects the breathing and it happened to my dog, he was 12 when it showed, too late for surgery. And tore my heart into pieces

  77. Dr K. says:

    My English mastiff was really dog aggressive and he was 180 pounds, i used to love walking him, but I was so worried about ppl who dont leash their dogs

  78. Dr K. says:

    Why isn't the link working for the collars?

  79. Echo Charlie says:

    This dude does not know what he’s talking about. This is not a good video, i expect better from this channel.

  80. F. Mazz. says:

    A lot of the early American imports were outcrossed more so with Rottweilers than Boxers, then with the AmStaff. The Cane Corso should never have an undershot bite like a Boxer..btw

  81. F. Mazz. says:

    I respect what he's doing with these older, rustic type Corso's and keeping with tradition. If Mike Sottile Jr gives his stamp of approval then I say he's doing something right. Ppl need to remember that when the restoration movement began in Southern Italy, the Corso's from Naples, Puglia, and Sicily all varied to some degree. This are Corso's typically found in the Naples/Campania Region. My family is from Sicily and I've sen the Corso's there since the late 80's early 90's and the Sicilian corso's have a lot less dewlap than these ones; they were less heavy and more athletic looking. The Corso's I saw in Sicily looked similar to the foundation dogs bred by Scandifio and Colosseum Shadows Cane Corso's – check out those 2 breeders if you're unfamiliar.

  82. Marshall Davis says:

    Im thinking about getting one! I dont do things for looks! Ill doc the tail most likely wont crop ears! My purpose for dog is protection work! If dog had to fight the tail can be used to ward the dog of! In many ways! Ill probably keep the ears! Why? Because the ear can protect the dog while fighting an intruder! Think about that! When you do things it should be for a tangible reason! For looks is not a tangible good reason!

  83. ToPacyBits says:

    To sloppt

  84. Rob says:

    Connie? No its cane which means dog in Italian

  85. JUAN MARQUEZ says:

    You look just like you dog dude

  86. Jkdnty says:

    My mans dying, just got diagnosed with CHF.. he’s 8, I’ll tell you this it’s brought me to my knees my son as well, we got him when my son was one year of age.. fkn heart wrenching!

  87. Viddu Senthil says:

    Beautiful video. Love Cane Corso

  88. Hercules Cane Corso says:

    Cane Corso are the best dogs to have as a family pet but all they do is eat and that because they are big dogs

  89. familiar face says:

    I have one. Her name is bella. She is my favorite out of my group of four. She is loud and nasty looking at times, but she is the sweetest dog I have ever met. My belly made me fall in love with this breed.

  90. L B says:

    I hate show breeding! They ruin every dog breed!

  91. Michele d'Auria says:

    Being napoletan and being a sure grip dog lovers I could say video is pretty accurate and I like it, anyway if you go in our inland farms you find the ancient córso, look the same of dogs in video but slightly smaller, maximum 50 kg for males, they are really working dogs, they stay outdoor all year around= short but double coat aka cow coat, cheers from Naples

  92. Boss Hog Zoomer says:

    Totally described my Corso. Raised him straight out the litter with my GSD Bitch and African Dingo Bitch. Only regret I have is my African Dingo came from a village in West Africa and the hunters used them as guide dogs. Never bought them into homes. A friend smuggled her mother over here when she was pregnant. My Corso became unstable around her but picked up good traits from GSD that help give him more balance. Two dogs I never be without is the Corso and GSD. Most awesome tandem. My Corso will kill another dog and will destroy any man. I love Corso,but I think about public safety first and foremost. I walk him in the street and I never let people come near. We hunt,swim chase bird flocks and he's been trained some for personal protection. He's 6yrs old now.

  93. angelinho poliglota says:

    I dont understand if he was trynna make or recreated a old breed or something that look a like a old breed dog or a old cane corso

  94. Andrew_3j says:

    Good job brooootha fucking thanks for the vidane thanks colombiano for showing me this breed

  95. F. Mazz. says:

    These types of Corso's are the old world, pastoral guardians of the Italian countryside around the Campania, Puglia, Abbruzzo and Marche regions and have a more Neapolitan look to them. However, the Corso's further south in Italy, like the ones seen in Western Sicily, are leaner, little bit less bone and more agile – which is my personal preference. Nonetheless, these are nice old school Corso's for sure. If you are an intruder or pose a threat to their family, they will attack ferociously I promise you that

  96. Viddu Senthil says:

    Original Cane Corso looks better than the New Corso.

  97. F. Mazz. says:

    I'd say today's Cane Corso's you see in the States have been mixed with the pit bull just as much, if not more, than the boxer. U can see it in the shorter coat and with the less dewlap on the face.

  98. aSAD Hollow says:

    Also known as MAFIA MASTIFF

  99. Jame Brewington says:

    Do you still breed? Where can I buy one at?

  100. hector lazcano says:

    Nice dogs… even nicer pool

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