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|Message||i want thank you very much for posting this website...the information you got and knew helpped me greatly..i live in syracuse,n.y. i own 3 cane corso...1 whitch is mustly white..i have 2 litters as you read this now...in my 2 litters i have 22 pups...10 of whitch has lots of white on them...so many people fight me that my corso family is pure...you have my full attention i want and to learn as much about them from you as possible...i will be adding pictures soon for everyone to see my lovely cane corso family... thank you once again allyn perry|
Marry X-mas and Happy New 2010 year
|Message||I THIS BREED OF DOG BECAUSE OF IT,S ABILITY TO BE TRAINED FOR SHOW AND FOR BEING JUST MANS BEST FRIEND|
|Message||half way through the second week of learning about my new daughter~Corso. Tring very hard to get her socialized. Got her at 16 weeks old / just out of the socialization period. Might be an up-hill battle but I will not quit !|
Thanxs for this site !
I will work on the proper way to say "Cane~Corso"
Just read your web-site and saw my dog of 4 yrs Titan.
The description given about this dog could not be further from the TRUTH!!!!.
I question the previous owners dog training back ground and welcome him and his family to visit "ty ty "anytime they would like.
By the way it only took me 4 years to condition him to be less caution of hands due to the fact he was likely hit as a pup. A hand shy dog is a terrible waste.
Those first six months are crucial to any breeds upbringing and Titans previous owners failed BIGTIME!!
As far as the whole Rustic kennels thing goes, I could not agree more with the opinions expressed by other owners and my heart goes out to them.
I lucked out and have had no health issues or behavior issue's to date.
I ask that you please remove my Cane corso from your web site as you have been grossly mislead about the disposition of this animal.
Please feel free to respond.
A responsible Corso owner.
You did it again! Great site! Great work!
Hugs, Corso Crazy Cyndi
|Message||Yeah! Thought I'd drop by and sign the guest book... since I've been here a million times before :P I love all the info on this site and I've directed my husband to it. He wants to "look into" the breed a little more before he completely agrees to a 125lb dog! His love for them is inevitable, I just have to be patient!!! Love ya, hun! Keep it up!|
|Message||Your sight is amazing. So much information. Quick question. has anyone heard anything about Dream Team Kennels in Virginia. I have put a deposit on a Corso there. When I did my research I saw nothing bad on them.|
|Message||Excellent site, very informative. I found the sight while searching for info on cropped vs natural ears for our newly aquired Corse "Java". She is 12 weeks tomorrow and for the few days we have owned her, we love her very much. We have been a rottweiller family (two previous rotties and one remaining), but I think we may have found a new breed. We love em.|
Thanks for the informative sight, but I must go and tend to my peeing puppy, which we love.
Tom and Michelle
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