The Cane Corso is NOT a breed for everyone
If you want a dog to take to the dog park to play with friends dogs all day and make doggy friends - This breed is not for you. If you’re looking for something that won’t challenge you at some point then this breed is not for you. If you’re looking for a dog that has no drool or gas, then this breed is not for you. If you’re looking for something that looks cool but has the temperament of a lab, then this breed is not for you. If you think it’s all in how you raise them, then this breed is not for you. If you think it’ll be sweet puppy for ever, then this breed is not for you. If you think anyone can come in the house friend family or guest uninvited, then this breed definitely isn’t for you. If you think this breed will always be an angel, this dog is not for you. If you think simply walking this dog once a day for 20mins is all the exercise it needs and just half ass learning to listen then this is definitely not the breed of dog for you. If you think you don’t need any obedience foundation work with this breed than this breed is not for you. If you think your kids can stay with this breed without supervision , than this breed if not for you. Too many people and too little research goes into this breed. Not to mention back yard breeders BYB, puppy mills etc... selling dogs left and right. BEFORE DECIDE FOR THIS BREED , MAKE SURE THEY ARE RIGHT FOR YOU !
We invest a lot of time and money into our breeding program to ensure we produce the best Cane Corso possible.
The Cane Corso is NOT a breed for everyone
Because of our Dogs looks, bloodlines, titles, and quality our puppies go pretty quickly so we HIGHLY suggest putting down a deposit if you are interested in one of our puppies. Unfortunately, if you are looking to purchase a Cane Corso for a few hundred dollars, then we do not have the Cane Corso for you. Nor then are we the Breeder for you.If your budget can only afford you a puppymill quality dog, why not adopt? Or save and buy later? Our dogs prices vary depending on the litter. Like anything else you buy, You get what You pay for! You may spend a little more in the beginning for a good QUALITY Cane Corso but in the end it is PRICELESS!!! If you are serious about owning a quality Cane Corso we highly suggest you get your deposit in to hold yours till they are 8 weeks as our puppies have sold out in a week and some even in days.
All of our puppies are raised in the house and not in a kennel to ensure that they are socialized properly with early stimulation.
We take a lots of time every day from the time the puppies are born to the day they leave our home to socializing them, introducing them to new things, and take care them. We do all of this to ensure that they are wonderful puppies and bring great joy to there new homes like each and every litter does for us when they are born. We also care very much about our lovely mothers of the puppies. All of our females receive perfect care , exercise daily, supplements, nutrition and of course a lots of love. This ensures us ,that the puppies are born happy and healthy which also makes the whole pregnancy on the females easier as well as raising the puppies.
Many people ask us for a “pet puppy”. You have to draw a distinct line between “a pet-quality puppy” and “a puppy as a pet, companion”. You can have your dog as a pet, as a police dog as a jogging buddy, this will not change the dog’s quality. And it doesn’t matter if you want to show it or not. We, as breeders who are involved in showing, evaluate each puppy according to the conformation standard. A pet-quality puppy may not be up to the high conformation level but will still make a great dog. Such dogs will never be priced as those that have show/work potential. The latter will never be priced as pet-quality dogs either.
WHY CANE CORSO PUPPIES HAVE BLUE EYES?
It’s becouse of Melanine. The colored eye part of the eye that encircles the dog’s black pupils is known as the “iris” and its pigmentation varies from one dog and another depending on its concentration of melanin, a pigment that is responsible for giving color to skin, coat and eyes. Melanin production doesn’t start from the get-go. Because of this, most puppies are born with blue eyes. As the pups develop, their eyes will turn their permanent color at around 2 months of age.
OUR TERMS and CONDITIONS
All puppies are sold as indoor pets only with a (required) spay/neuter agreement. Puppies are allowed to go to new homes at a minimum of completing 7 weeks of age and they will have had all required shots and deworming up to date. Puppies are sold with a written lifetime health guarantee. The guarantee covers any birth or genetic defect that would negatively impact the puppy life. If one does occur, you are required to have a licensed veterinarian document that the issue is something that the puppy was born with. Upon receipt of documentation, I will replace the puppy with one of equal quality. And you still keep the original puppy. No one ever has to give up their puppies. Registration will be completed for each puppy (free of charge) once documentation of the spay/neuter has been received by me from your veterinarian.
Puppies are required to be spayed by 8 to 12 months of age. Waiting past this age does not mean the dog will get larger, only more hormonal and risk of rough domination after 10 months of age. Dogs may be repossessed if the spay/neuter contract is not fulfilled. You are signing a legally binding contract when you purchase a Fidecore Cane Corso puppies. All puppies go with AKC MICROCHIP ISO, EARS CROPPING (for additional cost- optional), DEW CLAWS REMOVED AND TAILS DOCKED (All surgery is made by our Licensed Veterinarian), PUPPY STARTER KIT, SUPLEMMENTS and little more…
BREEDER CAN REFUSE TO SELL PUPPY (only then DEPOSIT WILL BE RETURNED RIGHT AWAY)WITHOUT GIVEN A REASON (PRIVACY)
There is only one crop for a Cane Corso. It isn’t a Great Dane crop, Doberman crop or a Pit bull crop. It is an Equilateral triangle.
EARS TAPING IS IMPORTANT AFTER HEALING
They will double in size monthly from 1-10 months of age and continue to grow till age 3 to 4 years. They do not double in weight each month, but will double in length and height. Mak sure you not overfeed them especially by dry food. They are high energy and growing rapidly. Overweight can couse hips ,elbow or knee displasia . I suggest raw food the first year. Once they are grown, you must pay attention on the quantity of food they are allowed to eat or they will get way too fat. Give your dog high quality food full of nutrients and minerals. Extra weight on your dog’s frame can lead to stress and pressure on his joints, especially his hip joints. A poor diet, lacking in nutrition, can also lead to poor bone growth and other joint and cartilage abnormalities in puppies and adult dogs. Manage your dog’s weight to prevent obesity and avoid putting unnecessary stress on his joints.
OUR PUPPIES GROWING ON A RAW DIET
Starting your puppy on raw requires two changes to the typical raw feeding requirements for adult dogs. They require more food and more meals throughout the day to sustain a healthy growth period. Monitoring a growing puppy’s body condition is crucial – it is the best way to determine if your puppy is eating too much or not enough. Puppies can eat raw just like an adult can, no matter the age or breed. Providing proper nutrition when feeding a growing puppy is very important to ensure your puppy grows as healthy as can be. Slow growth is best for a puppy, contrary to popular belief. On average, people tend to want their puppies to grow fast into the biggest and healthiest puppy around; but this is the opposite of what you should do. Bone disorders begin in puppyhood and providing a balanced raw diet allows the puppy to grow slowly which ultimately avoids bone and joint issues. Feeding Raw Meaty Bones is a great way to provide a balanced calcium and phosphorous. Start off with poultry necks, wings, and feet – the bones in these cuts are soft and hollow. As your puppy grows larger you can introduce larger bones such as chicken thighs and legs.
EXERCISE YOUR PUPPY CAREFULLY
While growing , puppies have lots of energy same time lots of motions. Be carefully with it !!!! Cane corso grow very fast but their bones need time to become strong . Over-exercising your dog when he is young can lead to bone and joint issues that may lead to the development of hip dysplasia. Gentle, low impact exercises can be beneficial for puppies, but avoid letting your pup run, leap, or jump until he is physically mature.
Look at how far the bones have to grow before they become a proper bony joint! This is why you should never let puppies jump, walk up/down stairs, over exercise or over train. Doing to much impact activity at a young age will cause serious issues later in life, or even at a young age as hip dysplasia and other orthopaedic conditions are rising in puppies! Remember the puppy rule for every month increase activity by 5 minuets! For example an 8 week old puppy only needs 10 minuets physical activity a day – a 6 month old only needs 30 minuets a day of physical activity!! *physical activity includes – going for a walk, training, playing fetch, running, playing with other dogs etc. Avoid doing a lot of jumping activities with your puppy. Activities that might apply too much force on your dog’s joints, such as jumping for a Frisbee or leaping for a ball, can lead to development of hip issues. Consistent walking, running, and swimming can help your dog build muscle strength without putting too much stress on his body . Hip displasia can be also acquired during growing time. Very ofter new owners of the puppy ruin their puppies hips ,elbows and knee by letting them do inappropriate things like jumping, running on slippery surfaces, retrieving, climbing stairs, jumping in and off from to high couch etc… and of course bad diet and stress. INAPPROPRIATE SURFACES – Laminat floor, Vinyl floor, Tiles, Wood floor . PROPER SURFACE – Carpets, Concrete, Soil, Wood, Grass. First 6 months is very critique for puppy growing.
BEFORE YOU DECIDE THAT THIS BREED IS RIGHT FOR YOU, FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF WITH THE MOST COMMON HEALTH PROBLEMS:
YOU DECIDE TO BUY A PUPPY?
1. Set your budget. If your budget can only afford you a puppymill quality dog, why not adopt? Or save and buy later? 2. Find the breeder. Start looking in advance, narrow down to a handful. Maybe initiate the first contact. But save serious inquiries for when you are close to purchasing. 3. Know what you want. Color/gender/size/activity level. What’s good for you may not be good for someone else. 4. Analyze breedings, parent pictures, quality of offsprings produced in the past, and health tests/titles. 5. Schedule a visit. A good, intuitive breeder will be able to describe characteristics of each particular puppy. And listen to your heart! Always maintain contact with your breeder. Keep in mind that 1. Quality of puppies produced, and 2. How the breeder handles buyer or sold puppy problems, are your best safeguards in puppy searching.