Grid-Iron Kennels     Cane Corsos

AKC/ICCF

We breed the perfect family partner....

All of our puppies are from great bloodlines.  All of my dogs are a part of our family.  Your family member will come to you well socialized.  The puppy at 8 weeks will have been wormed several times. The puppy will be treated for Canine Distemper,Canine Advenovirus, Canine Parainfluenza, Canine Hepatitis and Canine Parvovirus. 

History and Information....

The Corso is one of many Mastiff-type dogs. This one was developed in Italy and is said to descend from Roman war dogs. He is more lightly built than his cousin, the Neapolitan Mastiff, and was bred to hunt game, guard property, and be an all-around farm hand. Their work included rounding up pigs or cattle and helping to drive them to market.
The word “cane,” of course, is Latin for dog and derives from the word “canis.” The word “corso” may come from “cohors,” meaning bodyguard, or from “corsus,” an old Italian word meaning sturdy or robust.
The breed declined as farming became more mechanized and came near to extinction, but starting in the 1970s dog fanciers worked to rebuild the Corso. The Society Amatori Cane Corso was formed in 1983, and the Federation Cynologique Internationale recognized the breed in 1996.
A man named Michael Sottile imported the first litter of Corsos to the United States in 1988, followed by a second litter in 1989. The International Cane Corso Association was formed in 1993. Eventually, the breed club sought recognition from the American Kennel Club, which was granted in 2010. The breed is now governed by the Cane Corso Association of America.

Read more at http://dogtime.com/dog-breeds/cane-corso#uGzzZsAGkFpJ3fTf.99
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This was a great breeding, the last litter turned out amazing.  3 Males and 6 females are available for your home on Oct. 4.

Available Puppies

Females

Males

Available Oct. 4

pics from 9/17/15

Contact

Earl Weaver
 
earlrweaver@comcast.net
 
 
804-651-9638
 
 
Richmond, VA