Rotticorso:Cane Corso and Rottweiler Mix
Facts & Origin
Rottweiler and Cane Corso mix - a hybrid breed.
Rottweilers are known for being loyal and protective, while Cane Corsos are known for being gentle yet strong. Combined, these two breeds make an amazing mix of breeds that will delight any family.
What are breed characteristics of this mix dog?
The Rottweiler-Cane-Corso mix has a lean, muscular body with a deep chest and strong legs. They are powerful and athletic dogs that are built for endurance and strength. Adult dogs usually weigh between 30-50 kg and have a shoulder height of 60-70 cm. They have a short, dense coat that is black or black-brown in color with some markings. The head is large and blocky with a short muzzle. The ears are floppy, and the eyes are dark. This mix is known to be loyal, obedient and protective.
|Origin||Italy / Germany|
|Life expectancy||8 - 12 years|
|FCI group||not recognised|
|AKC group||not recognised|
|KC group||not recognised|
Attitude, character and temperament of the breed
Possible character traits of Rottweiler and Cane Corso mix - Such is probably his nature.
The Rottweiler-Cane Corso mix is a loyal and protective dog that makes an excellent watchdog. They are also intelligent. These dogs are strong and muscular, and they need plenty of exercise to stay healthy and happy.
Health and breeding information
What diseases can occur in Rottweiler and Cane Corso mix.
The Rottweiler-Cane Corso mix is a strong and powerful dog known for its loyalty and protective nature. This dog is a mix of the Rottweiler and the Cane Corso, and it is a popular choice for families looking for a guard dog. Although this dog is generally healthy, there are some health problems that are more common in this breed than others.
One of the most common health problems in Rottweiler-Cane Corso mixes is hip dysplasia. This is a condition in which the hip joint does not develop properly, which can lead to pain and lameness. Hip dysplasia is more common in large dog breeds, and it is thought to be genetic. If you are considering a Rottweiler-Cane-Corso mix, you should check with the parents to make sure everything is okay.
Another condition that can occur in Rottweiler-Cane Corso mixes is elbow dysplasia. It is similar to hip dysplasia, but affects the elbow joint. Elbow dysplasia can also cause pain and lameness, and is believed to be genetic.
Rottweiler-Cane-Corso mixes are also prone to bloat. Bloat is a condition in which the stomach fills with gas and twists, which can be fatal. Bloat is more common in large, deep-breasted dogs, and is thought to be genetic.
Overall, Rottweiler-Cane Corso mixes are healthy and strong, but there are some health problems that are more common in this breed than others.
What does this mixed breed look like?
This Rottweiler-Cane Corso mix has a short, dense coat that is black and brown in color. The coat is smooth and sleek with a slight wave. There is little shedding in this breed and the coat is relatively low maintenance.
|Ear shape||Floppy Ear - Triangle|
|Anatomy||massive, strong, hefty, rugged, square|
|Size ♀||56 - 66 cm|
|Weight ♀||35 - 48 kg|
|Size ♂||61 - 70 cm|
|Weight ♂||45 - 60 kg|
Often occur with allergies and intolerances.
Elbow dysplasia (ED)
Elbow joint dysplasia is a chronic disease complex of the elbow joint of fast growing dog breeds.
In large breeds of dogs, dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) is by far the most common cardiomyopathy.
Hip dysplasia (HD)
The hip dysplasia or hip joint dysplasia of the dog (HD) is a maldevelopment of the hip joint.
In some breeds, joint damage can occur later in life, affecting the musculoskeletal system.
Can occur frequently in dogs and can sometimes be treated with medication.
This mixed breed typically has a strong, muscular build with a large head and floppy ears. The coat is usually black and brown in color, and the eyes are typically dark brown.
This mongrel is usually very loyal and protective of his family. To strangers they can be a little suspicious, but in general they are good-natured dogs.
This mixed breed needs a moderate amount of exercise. Three daily walks or playtime in the garden should be enough.
This mixed breed sheds little to moderate amounts of fur and can be brushed weekly - but does not need to be. An occasional bath is also recommended.
Yes, this mongrel is generally good with children. They may be a bit too rough for very young children, but they usually do well with older children.
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