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L'impero di Vega Cane Corso Kennel
Our kennel is located in Porter, TX... north of Houston, TX. We own 9-1/2 acres in Porter where we reside. We have been wanting to get our own Cane Corso (pronounced "KAH-Nay KOR-So") for a long time, and when we finally did get our first female "Xena", we were immediately addicted to the awesomeness of the breed. We have had other dogs, and have bred other dogs, but nothing can compare to the well-tempered, loyal, loving, gentle, charming, protective and the best behaved personalities.
The Cane Corso is highly intelligent and very trainable. Active and even-minded, he is an unequalled watch and protection dog. The Cane Corso Italiano is great with children in the family. Docile and affectionate with the owner, they are protective yet gentle. The Cane Corso has a very stable temperament. It makes an excellent guard dog and watchdog. It will not wander from the home. They stick close to their masters. If necessary he becomes a terribly brave protector of people, house and property. The Cane Corso is not a fighting dog. They were bred as powerful working dogs for hundreds of years. Therefore they will not go out "looking" for a fight, but on the other hand they will not back down from other dogs who try to dominate them. The Cane Corso requires an experienced owner who knows how to display a natural authority over the dog. It can be aggressive with strangers and other dogs if not socialized or if it sees itself above humans in the pecking order. It should be carefully socialized when it is a pup. It is highly recommended that these dogs become fully obedience trained. If a Cane Corso is fully trained with an owner who is firm, confident and consistent, setting rules the dog must follow and placing clear limits to what he can and cannot do, along with providing the proper daily mental and physical exercise, the Cane Corso will be an amenable companion. Learn what makes the canine animal tick and treat his breed accordingly. Suspicious of strangers, but wonderful with the family, a well-balanced Corso will put up with strangers if the owners are present. When raised correctly, the dog should be submissive to all members of the family. Corso ears were originally cropped to help them ward off wolves while protecting livestock. Their ears are much more sensitive than the rest of their bodies. Generally, they're practically impervious to pain otherwise, so many Corso owners are often disappointed to find that electric "invisible fence" containment systems don't deter their dogs.
We looked and researched into good bloodlines, and believe that we have dogs in our breeding program that come from very good bloodlines. Bloodlines that have champion and grand champion ancestors. Our goal is to produce quality Cane Corso that equal or exceed the quality of their ancestors and even their parents. Cane Corso that have the potential of being great show dogs and very loving awesome pets to add to your family.
We own our males and females, and they are more to us than just a business, they are our family, our children, and are loved and treated as such.
Thank you for taking the time to check out our website, and we hope that you will find what you are looking for in one of our babies.