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Cane Corso Cottage LLC is a state licensed Kennel, breeding & Raising CKC Cane Corso Puppies is our primary Activity, All our puppies come from a champion bloodline. They are all healthy and have great temperaments.
We are a family owned & operated business. Our mode of operation is far from a traditional kennel, we make sure all our animals, especially our dogs are treated as Our own children and are fully integrated into our family.
The Cane Corso is a mastiff-type dog that originated in Italy. The breed has many names including Cane Corso mastiff, Italian mastiff, Cane Corso Italiano, or Corso. The breed typically weighs 45–50 kilograms and measures 60–68 centimetres tall.
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The Cane Corso is a descendant of mastiff-type dogs called ‘Canis Pugnax.’ These canines were used by the Romans in combat. The Cane Corso is a bit lighter in build compared to its giant breed predecessors but still maintains a striking look. The breed is closely related to the Neapolitan Mastiff, which is its larger counterpart. The Cane Corso was used as a dog of conquest and earned its stripes as “pireferi.” This title means a fearless dog that attacks the enemy lines with buckets of flaming oil strapped to its back. The original Cane Corso was believed to be larger than its modern-day version, which has a slimmer body. After the disintegration of the Western Empire in the fifth century, the breed lost its usefulness in battle. It was then used as a catch dog for various civilian jobs in Italy such as herding, hunting, guarding, and other rural activities. In fact, its name “Cane de Corso” refers to its utilisation. The Cane Corso breed helped farmers in herding livestock; it was unfortunately also used as a fighting dog in arenas. During the mid-20th century, the Cane Corso was left jobless and on the brink of extinction. It was caused by several factors including modernised farming, economic and political upheavals, and World Wars. Only a few survived in the remote areas of southern Italy in the 1970s. Fortunately, two breed fanciers named Dr Pablo Breber and Giovanni Bonnetti initiated efforts to save the breed. In 1974, Breber obtained dogs needed to start the breeding program. However, although breed rescue groups and enthusiasts put in the effort to recover it, the breed’s numbers are still low to this day. The Cane Corso gained more attention from dog clubs and dog enthusiasts after it was featured in a magazine article. In 1983, the Society Amorati Cane Corso (Society of Cane Corso Lovers) was established. Ten years later, the breed was exhibited in European dog shows. The Cane Corso dog was recognised by the Italian Kennel Club in 1994 and the American Kennel Club in 2004.


This large dog breed is handsome, powerful, and well-muscled. It is less bulky compared to other mastiff-type dogs. The Cane Corso weighs 40–50 kilograms and stands 60–68 centimetres at the withers. It has a large and imposing head, which is said to be its most important feature. Its muzzle is flat, wide, and rectangular, whilst its jaw is slightly undershot. It has dark, almond-shaped eyes that are always alert, a black nose with open nostrils, and triangular ears. The Corso’s outercoat is short, dense, and glossy, paired with a light undercoat. It comes in various colours such as black, grey, fawn, and stag red, and may or may not have brindling. This breed tends to have a little white spot on its chest, toes, and the bridge of its nose. The Cane Corso is a low to moderate shedder.Grooming-wise, the breed is rather low-maintenance. It only needs a weekly brushing using a rubber grooming mitt, a medium-bristle brush, or a hound glove. The Cane Corso is a serious working dog that is loyal and reliable. It may be protective by nature, but it is gentle and loving, especially to its family.The Cane Corso is generally healthy and can live up to 10-11 years 



The Cane Corso is a serious working dog that is loyal and reliable. It may be protective by nature, but it is gentle and loving, especially to its family. It develops a strong bond with one person, particularly the most involved in providing for its needs.This breed is highly intelligent and trainable, especially because it loves to please its owners


We are the Jackson's Family, Marquil Jackson, Breonta Jackson Jackson & our 3 Boys Run & operate Cane Corso Cottage on Our 40 Acre Ranch. I grew up on a ranch where my parents raised Horses, I still do. My Wife was a Vet Tech but quit her job to concentrate on our Ranch. Contact Us to Learn more


Our natural philosophy to not dock tails, leave dew claws, use of species specific natural raw diet, and the well being of leaving dogs intact, reflect modern researched health benefits, and our personal beliefs as breeders.


Firstly the quality of the puppies we produce, that's enough reason to trust us.
Second our experience and assistance. We have been breeding & raising Cane Corso puppies for 10 yrs now. We provide lifetime assistance for all our puppy families. We offer a 1 Yr Health & Genetic Guarantee.


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