Anyone else have a rotterman Corsica mix?

Discussion in 'Breed Specific Legislation' started by Joren, Dec 31, 2017.

  1. Joren

    Joren New Member

    Me and my wife have a rotterman corso mix puppy and I was wondering if anyone else does and if they would have any tips training techniques ,or things we should know
  2. Bailey's Mom

    Bailey's Mom Super Moderator Staff Member

    DO you mean : A Rotti, Dobbie, Corso Mastiff?
  3. Joren

    Joren New Member

  4. Joren

    Joren New Member

    Rottweiler Doberman mixed with cane corso ,mom was a corso dad was a Rottweiler Doberman mix
  5. DennasMom

    DennasMom Well-Known Member

    Seems like a pretty specific mix to be looking for others with the same thing...

    Which breed traits are you seeing dominant?

    I would think they all have good protection/guard dog tendencies. I'd approach training him as I would any other independent guardian breed... positive motivations, high value treats, no physical punishments.

    Those are all smart breeds - i.e. they'll know what you're thinking before you do, so think good thoughts to get good reactions! :)

    My puppy mantra: You get out of the dog what you put into the puppy.
    So, I try to put in generosity, love, understanding, loyalty and praise, all within a framework of consistent, fair rules.

    Do you have any pictures you could share??
    Puppy pictures are ALWAYS welcome here!!

    Happy New Year!
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  6. Joren

    Joren New Member

    Thanks yes this is our puppy daisy such a smart and sweet pup has been talking to the training really well been putting in a lot of time and she has done really good it just seems like after a hour or so she gets stressed out? Not sure why I think that just a vibe I guess

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  7. BlackShadowCaneCorso

    BlackShadowCaneCorso Super Moderator Staff Member

    They cropped the ears on a mixed puppy? Hmmm interesting. Cute puppy. An hour is a long time for a puppy to focus, it is a long time for my adults to have to focus, so perhaps shorter sessions more often for training to keep it fun and light hearted.
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  8. Nik

    Nik Well-Known Member

    There are days when I feel like an hour is a long time for me to focus. :) But yes exactly a long time to expect focus from a puppy.
  9. Nik

    Nik Well-Known Member

    Interesting mix. Can't wait to see more photos and hear more stories. Both my pups are mixes.

    - DDB/Staffordshire/Boxer

    - Cane Corso/Boxer/American Bulldog/Olde bull dogge

    The DDB/Staffie/Boxer (Diesel) is super guardian personality and ridiculously smart and acts like a scent hound. He can sniff out anything.

    The CC/Boxer/am bulldog/oldbulldogge (Kahlua) is less guard dog but also more aggressive and very much a clown. She's smart but no where near as smart as Diesel.

    It's always interesting to see how the traits play out and how their personalities develop.
  10. advrider

    advrider New Member

    Great looking dog. I have a Dog de Bordeaux/American Bulldog mix. Why did it have a splint on? I know our dog use to strain her legs doing sprints back & forth during her first year. She must have grown out of it because she has not had that problem lately.

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