American Pit Bulls and Cane Corsos both have reputations for being very hardy, rough and tumble dog breeds. The American Pit Corso retains both of the parent breeds' traits and cranks them up to eleven; these dogs love getting into all sorts of physical activities - particularly ones where they can test their strength or endurance. American Pit Corsos are very active dogs who need to be taken out for walks and jogs on a regular, daily basis to stay mentally and physically healthy. If your lifestyle or current living situation will prevent you from helping a Pit Corso get the exercise that they need, then this may not be the best dog for you. But if you can commit enough time to this breed, then we'd like to show you a few activities you can do with a Pit Corso to help them stay in tip top shape.
American Pit Corsos, a lot like their Pit Bull and Cane Corso parents, can become great pets if they are paired with humans who will provide them with structured and disciplined lives. Most of the activities in this guide emphasized the two elements so much because rearing disciplined and well behaved Pit Corsos is key to dispelling the stigma that surrounds them and both of their parents. Pit Bulls, and a number of dog breeds like them, have had a bad rep for a long time - one which we feel is unjustified. While Pit Bulls and, by relation, their Pit Corso offspring can be difficult for inexperienced pet parents to care for, these dogs can also learn to become very calm, friendly, and well behaved members of any family that's willing and able to provide them with the discipline and structure that they need.