Stunning rare Merle Cane Corso's and full blues.
These are not your average Cane Corso pups they are from champion bloodlines.
mum is a FULL blue family pet and comes from champion BARBARIAN CORSO BLOODLINE, she has an impressive build with excellent temperament and amazing protective instincts.
Dad is a Fawn Working/Family Pet fully protection trained Also from champion VONHAUS/STRAJANO BLOODLINE. He has unbelievable alpha protective instincts. amazing observation and very obedient.
this is a rare litter and not your average cane corsos they are currently 6 weeks and already much bigger than the average Corso pups. already on a raw diet of pure mince and tripe.
4 x girls
2 merle/ 1 blue/ 1 blue brindle
4 x boys
2 merle/ 2 full blue
Pups have been dewormed and lead
first come first serve basis. a minimum non-refundable deposit of £500 will be required to save your pup.
Do not miss your chance to own such a rare show-quality pup.
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