Modern Cane Corso owes its existence to the biologist Giovanni Bonatti. By his specialty, he studied the process of mixing dogs of a guard group during the resettlement of peoples to Europe and led a team of experts who literally restored the breed bit by bit. As a result, in 1994, the ENCI breed (National Association of Italian Cynologists) was officially recognized as the fourteenth Italian breed of dog.
Today there are Cane Corso nurseries in many countries, including the Russian Federation. In them, you can not only buy a puppy but also find out how much a Cane Corso puppy costs: the price may vary depending on the pedigree, gender of the pet, and the region in which the nursery is located.
The average duration of the Cane Corso breed is 10-12 years.