Cane Corso Breed Maintenance
Considered to be a light shedding breed, the Cane Corso requires minimal grooming; his short hair should be brushed regularly with a soft bristle brush to remove dead hair and his nails should be trimmed as necessary with a nail clipper or grinder to avoid them overgrowing and cracking. The ears of the Cane Corso should be checked regularly to be sure that wax and debris don’t build up and lead to an infection. Regular teeth brushing is important for maintaining the breed’s dental health. An active breed, the Cane Corso requires daily exercise. Access to a fenced-in outdoor space is ideal, though the breed will do well in an apartment if he has the opportunity to get enough exercise. The Cane Corso can also live happily outdoors if he has access to a safe shelter.