Big, strong, and striking powerful, the Cane Corso, otherwise known as the Italian Mastiff, is a breed that is hard to miss! Cane Corso puppies could be the perfect for choice for your family.
As this wonderful breed continues to shed its false reputation for aggression, so its popularity increases. People are discovering what a warm, happy and playful breed the Cane Corso is, and more and more people are looking for that perfect puppy for sale, at the right price of course!
Why do some Cane Corso puppies cost more than others?
Prices do vary, depending on where you look, the quality of the blood lines, and the level of care that has gone into raising the Cane Corso puppy.
A range from £1000 - £2500 on average would be considered reasonable, and it is possible to find an even cheaper Cane Corso, but this will likely be without paperwork, and you must be certain you are not dealing with an irresponsible breeder when finding a cheap Cane Corso.
But with papers, and from a healthy bloodline, with parents with proven health results, you can expect to pay well over £1000. Remember a lot of effort goes into breeding, and a higher price often means you are getting a better raised, and superior quality, pup.
How much is a Red or Blue Cane Corso?
Black, brindle, grey, and fawn are the most common Cane Corso colours, but there are rarer colours, that dedicated Cane Corso lovers are keen to find. Red is considered a specialist colour, and a brighter variety of grey is known as the blue Cane Corso.
But here is one trick you can look out for. Though slightly rarer, don’t be fooled into thinking a blue or a red Cane Corso puppy is unique. At most a pup should be priced just a little higher than an equivalent puppy with say a black coat.
How much is a Show Line Puppy?
The amount naturally increases for Cane Corso dogs with superior pedigrees. A top-quality dog with exceptional blood lines, containing show winners and champions generally starts at £2,500, and for the very top dog level, have been known to go as high as £8,500.
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