Large dog breeds, such as the Cane Corso, are very protective of their owners and territory. Imagine this nightmare scenario. Your friends come around to your house for a dinner party. When they arrive, you open the gate and your dog leaps at your guests, knocking them to the floor.
In a frenzy of panic, you try to assist your friend. However, your dog misinterprets your cries of shock and the sudden movement toward your friend as a threat. The hound launches themselves at your friend and begins to maul them.
This kind of situation could happen at a public park when your dog encounters another pooch out for an afternoon stroll. In any case, this sort of occurrence leads to a trip to the emergency room or vet’s office.
Controlling a dog that weighs over 80-lbs is challenging. Large and giant breeds carry plenty of strength in their muscles, and when they’re motivated, they can easily break your grip or forget to listen to your command to stop.
Fitting your Cane Corso or Rottweiler with a sturdy collar helps you control your dog in these types of situations, here’s what to look when making your selection.