Introducing the four lines of Fortezza Cane Corso and how they have developed.
If you want, I'd recommend reading the backstory of my kennel I wrote back in 2014 here (History of Fortezza Cane Corso Bloodline), but a lot has happened since then.
L I N E S
ZAKHAR LINE (ZL)
Lineage: Italian Import
Color: Black brindle on red base
Size: 25" at shoulder (small) / around 130 lbs in working condition
Temperament: Dominant, calm, quiet, territorial, sensitive, confident
Health: Hips OFA Good; OFA Cardiac, Thyroid Normal
Year of Death: 2013 / 13 years old
Children: Emilio, Zaccarias, Gabriella; Shamar; Bulletproof
Do... not... buy... a dog with an unknown history, whom you've never met, from a person you've never met.
It is a risk I took as I had been in contact with the person for at least 2 years prior and actually helped her pick pups from her litters and educated her a bit on what I had learned in my conformation and structural studies.
What came to me when I purchased him was an overreacting, "red zone" case, an intact adult "high drive, dominant" male Cane Corso, again, with an unknown history (secondhand info told me he may have been abused, key word secondhand) who grew up in a kennel with poor socialization, very bad trust toward people, dis
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