Cane Corso Colors Fawn

Cane Corso Colors Fawn

Cane Corso Colors Fawn

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According to the Breed Standard with the American Kennel Club, “Acceptable colors are black, lighter and darker shades of gray, lighter and darker shades of fawn, and red. Brindling is allowed on all of these colors. Solid fawn and red, including lighter and darker shades, have a black or gray mask.
Learn more about how the Cane Corso should look like.
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The most usual colors of cane corsos are black and fawn, but they can also be brindle or blue or red. They might have white markings on the.
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Smart, trainable, and of noble bearing, the assertive and confident Cane Corso is a peerless protector. The Corso's lineage goes back to ancient Roman times, .

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