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Monday, January 31, 2011

Cane Corso Puppies by Cirino - Captured by TRR Photography

You've already met "Cirino," in this blog (see 11/24/10 post).  I, however, did not tell you that Cirino actually is the first of his breed to be awarded an AKC Championship title.  And, now, he adds yet another to his name: stud dog.

Making its debut here at eight-weeks, I am tickled to present this baby book excerpt of Cirino's first litter.  Actually, there are ten pups in all: four boys and six girls.  Although, as you can see from the image on the left, I was lucky to get as many as I did in one shot!   

The Cane Corso is a strong and intelligent working breed.  As a dedicated breeder and the Master of Campo Cane Corso, Rich Hudgens will be the first to tell you that "if you are buying a Corso for color or status, you are putting the cart before the horse.  Be careful, he warns. Choosing a Corso for the wrong reason(s) can spell disaster."  For those who take the time to educate themselves, however, this breed can be a wonderful and loyal family member. 

For more info on this kennel and the breed in general, please visit: www.campocanecorsos.com.

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