Cora - Our Special Cane Corso Puppy

Cora The Cane Corso Puppy




11 Months



Spayed or Neutered






My Story

You read that right!  We recently received this incredibly friendly, obviously adorable 11 month old Cane Corso from a local shelter, asking us to help find her a home. Her name is CORA and she is absolutely beautiful, creme colored, UTD of her vaccinations and spayed. All that’s missing is the perfect home for her. 

Cane Corso experience is recommended as this is a breed that you need to be familiar with. CORA is very people friendly and we recommend a home with teenage children. She is a bit dog selective, and we have noticed that she does not prefer female dogs. She is going to need consistent obedience training, to get her back on track, as you do not want to have this breed grow up not being disciplined.

If you are interested in possibly adopting, please fill out the pre-adoption application found on our website and once it is received, we will contact you. if you are already approved, please text Brenda at 941-962-6132 or Joe at 941-822-2672.
She’s sitting on ”ready” and can have her bags packed in a heartbeat! Hope to hear soon that we have some possibilities.

About the Cane Corso (Per AKC and Farmer's Dog)

Smart, trainable, and of noble bearing, the confident Cane Corso is a peerless protector. The Corso’s lineage goes back to ancient Roman times, and the breed’s name roughly translates from the Latin as ‘bodyguard dog.’  The Corso is an Italian breed.  At nearly 28 inches at the shoulder and often weighing more than 100 pounds, with a large head, alert expression, and muscles rippling beneath their short, stiff coat, they are a large breed.  Cane Corsos do NOT rate high on aggression scales and in fact rank high in tolerance of unfamiliar situations according to the American Temperament Test Society. (For context, 88% of Cane Corsos tested, passed the ATTS test, compared to 85% of golden retrievers.)  Corsos are extremely intelligent and need consistent, lifelong training from an owner who will be clear about expectations.  Clearly, a dog this size will require some form of daily, consistent exercise (for general health, joints, etc.) and mental stimulation.  She is a sociable family dog and adores her humans, and so should have interaction with her humans daily.