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Recent Q & A's And Articles
The sad truth for North American companion dog owners and dogs is all that is required to be a dog breeder is the ability to distinguish between a male and a female dog and the vast majority know this and very little else. Some know a bit more but perhaps one in a hundred really do the job correctly. Even sadder is these cream of the crop breeders are being buried by the ‘greeders’ and deserve far more credit than they receive. I will do a more thorough ‘pawdcast’ on good breeding practices to look for when you’re looking for a dog if enough interest develops.
Here are some tips about finding a knowledgeable breeder and the sorts of things that mean it’s a knowledgeable breeder.
The person that wrote the letter was looking for a Cane Corso Breeder but much of what follows is applicable to finding a breeder of any breed.
This video isn’t by any means intended to be a complete guide regarding finding a good breeder but it does provide some eye-opening considerations on why so few breeders should be breeding dogs along with a few tips on how to separate the wheat from the chaff.
Some breeds are mini-vans and some breeds are Ferraris. The Cane Corso is no-minivan. For those thinking of purchasing the breed or have one and are having some difficulties, this link leads to a considerable amount of free Q&A’s additional information on the Cane Corso breed specifically:
I live on a game reserve which has a bad record of security. The owner of the game doesn’t do anti-poaching patrols. He is threatening to kill my 18 months old dog (an Afrikaanus) which I have had for 6 months, claiming he is a hazard to his game.
CJBK 1290 Radio Interview Regarding Upcoming FREE Workshop ‘When Your Rescue Dog Doesn’t Listen And What To Do About It’
Learn what you can expect at the FREE workshop ‘When Your Rescue Dog Doesn’t Listen And What To Do About It’
I have a large 4-month-old male Doberman who is continually trying to challenge me. He wants to use me as a chew toy rather than his many toys. He is trying to alpha over me, and I need some advice on how to handle this as he’s really pushing me.
“What’s All This Talk About The Dangers And Difficulties Associated With The Cane Corso Breed?”, Woman With Puppy Asks?
We have a new Cane Corso. She is 11 weeks old and so far has been great and easy to train and correct. She’s been here a few days and has made a seamless transition to our home with 3 boys, 2 other dogs (one small mutt 3, one Dane 10) and is also totally