We are very pleased to announce arrival of our amazing puppies. They are a unique combination of two of the top blood lines - Del Orte and Dinastiya Chempionov. Both parents exceed traditional european standards and are FCI and CCKC registered. They are family pets and can be seen if required. Puppies will be registered with CCKC.
Puppies are being raised at home and will be used to all household noises. They will be ready on 19.04
Vulcan - God of fire. First born. The biggest one. Formentino with blue markings. £2500
Hercules - God of strength. Second born. Black. £2000
Jupiter - God of the sky. Blue and brindle. £2000
Luna - Goddess of the moon. Formentino with blue markings. £2500
Venus - Goddess of love. Blue and brindle. £2000
Aurora - Goddess of dawn. Blue and brindle. £2000
Dam - Nanaya (Molly Corazon Rubino)
Modern cane Corso body type. Grigio tigrato coat. Thin waist, big chest and very athletic body which is extremely rare. Del Orte bloodline. So many champions in pedigree that there's not enough space to list them all.
Sire - Anubis (San Diego DW Jack)
Traditional South Italian look, big head, thick neck and thick bones. Dinastia Chempionov bloodline. Again, plenty of international champions in pedigree.
Links below show pedigrees going back up to 10 generations. If you want to study their origins you can go all the way back to Mirak and Aliot di Ortanova - original dogs Paolo Breber used in 70's for restoration of Cane Corso breed!
Cane corso are not only big and strong but they are also very intelligent, sensitive and can be stubborn so experience with training and handling is required.
£500 non refundable deposit required to book a puppy
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