6 Ways To Introduce Your Cane Corso to Other Dogs
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Unlike blabbering college football analyst Lee Corso who can be quite annoying, the Cane Corso breed of dogs make for great companions. The versatile canines also make adequate hunters and guardians making them a very popular choice for dog lovers. The Cane Corso is very easy to train and has a willingness to please but their natural instinct is to be protective and suspicious of strangers. It’s best to start socialization as a puppy and these 6 ways to introduce the dog will have long-lasting positive effects.
1. Exercise the Dog Before Meeting Others
While more mature Cane Corso dogs aren’t really considered ‘high-energy’ the young ones, like all pups, are very active. This built up energy reserve can actually be a hindrance when meeting other dogs so the puppy should be taken for a walk for 30-45 minutes before the introductions.