Thanks very much for all your help
and information. Loosing my Rottweiler
so fast was definitely a ruff time
for me but luckily I researched my
spoke to many breeders and
everything pointed to the Roman Cane
Corso. Stressing temperament all the
way and taking the time to explain
the breed like they were part of your
life hooked me.
I personally know about temperament,
my father raising and training police
and security attack dogs while I was
growing up definitely taught me temperament
is key in a great dog. There was no
question in my mind when I arrived
at your home (kennel) and you letting
all your in tack males out at once
proved and sealed the deal.
My puppy Renzo has the best attitude
and personality I could have asked
for, and even at 14 weeks he lets
me know of a strangers presence and
only lifts his head and wags his tail
when a "friend" arrives,
thats important since he is at my
place of business with me everyday
seeing 50 or more people a day. Renzo
is also a hit at his show training
class, I dont think I ever heard "what
kinda dog is that " so many times
in my like, definitely a crowd pleaser.
Thanks again Marty and anybody that
would be looking for a Cane Corso,
if they have any question have them
call me direct i will set them straight.
Roman Cane Corso IS the standard.