NOT UP FOR RE-HOME………..
He’s a very active boy that requires a home where he will have lots of mental and physical stimulation. Ok with other dogs and people. Could live with older children.
This is an awesome big, strong athletic dog, he’d make someone a fantastic running or hiking companion once fully mature. He’s also got a lot of love to give
Just needs a home to call his own
He’s 9 months old, Corso x Boerboel a really big boy already, lots of energy, fine with other dogs just very playful, loves to run and is extremely athletic.
He’s still currently being assessed and worked with but will be looking for an amazing forever in the coming weeks/months.
I feel he could live happily with another large breed female (only reason I say large breed is because he’s a huge bouncy pup and little dogs could get squashed). He absolutely loves all my girls they keep him in check and he’s entirely comfortable with this. He’s also kennelled next to a large older male during the day and is fine next to him.
He’s housetrained, good on a lead, recall currently being worked on , knows some basic commands again this is being worked on but he’s a quick learner and very eager to please.
We are ready to start and take initial enquiries from people that may be interested. You’d be expected to meet him on more than one occasion, we will ask a lot of questions and we’ll take our time to ensure his next home is his forever home. You’d also get ongoing support and advice for the rest of Kobys life.
I’m sorry but we can’t accept applications from people with small or young children.
For any further info please get in touch with myself or Lulu Black from Cane Corso UK and Molosser Rescue.
9 month old Corso x Boerboel male puppy
lots and lots of energy loves to play
could live with another large breed FEMALE dog
can be left alone for up to 4 hours a day after a period of settling
needs a house with large secure garden and high fence at least 6 foot all the way round
fully vaccinated, wormed and microchipped
will be castrated before being rehomed
basic training will be given but this will need to continue
will not be homed with children
not cat tested
Thanks for reading, if anyone would like any further details please let me know