Dogo Argentino possibly in the future

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  1. Paige

    Paige Let it be

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    That as my understanding too till I started reading a bit deeper. Corsos don't sound like they have a consistent temperment? Forgive me if that is wrong.
     
  2. SevenSins

    SevenSins APBTs & One Crazy Banana

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    The average Corso isn't as intense as the average Fila, or CAS, or what have you. But they can still be pretty intense dogs. And I've personally never met a Corso where the lead wasn't practically an umbilical cord from the handler to the dog in terms of the owner's mood and behavior affecting the dog's perception of a situation. That's a very good trait to have in an otherwise stable dog...with an emotionally stable owner. Unfortunately, there are also quite a few unstable dogs out there being bred and so yeh, temperament can be all over the board.
     

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