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I was thinking about buying this puppy when he was younger, but now that he is bigger, I noticed that he has this wetness under his eyes and it is very blatant. There was a tiny bit when he was 2 weeks old, and his sister has it mildly as well. Now it seems a lot bigger, and he is 6 weeks old.

This is him: http://www.puppyfind.com/view_listing/?list_id=rj3z1ok812&sid=c5f8c6141e3c6e78c34515a187473549&back=%2Ffor_sale%2F%3Fbreed_id%3D170%26country%3D248%26state%3DCO%26page%3D1%26order_by%3Drand%26back%3D%252Fbreed%252F%253Fbreed_id%253D170%2526back%253D

And this is his sister: http://www.puppyfind.com/view_listing/?list_id=ce3nqhfdbp&back=/for_sale/?breed_id=170&country=248&state=CO&page=1&order_by=rand&back=%2Fbreed%2F%3Fbreed_id%3D170%26back%3D&sid=c5f8c6141e3c6e78c34515a187473549
 

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Unhealthy-looking puppy, bad crop job, and it's on PuppyFind. Stay far away!

Are you looking for a cane corso specifically? I'm sure we could help you find reputable breeders. PuppyFind is a site mostly for mills and other bad breeders.
 

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And as I said on the other thread about this exact subject so Crantastic restated here. Please listen to our advice.
 

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Oh, yuck. If a vet cut those ears he/she should lose his/her license. There's no way that wasn't done with kitchen shears with no anesthetic, poor babies :(. Don't support these people. . .in fact you should report them for cruelty.
 

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Oh, yuck. If a vet cut those ears he/she should lose his/her license. There's no way that wasn't done with kitchen shears with no anesthetic, poor babies :(. Don't support these people. . .in fact you should report them for cruelty.
How can you tell they were done with kitchen shears and no anesthetic? It looks to me like they are sutured closed and the bell of the ear has been shaped. Given that the pups are 6 weeks old, it's probably a fresh crop. And Cane Corsos have a shorter ear crop than the long show crop that were used to seeing on other breeds like Dobermans.
 

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Well, they don't look good to me but what do I know about cut ears.
 

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I responded in your other thread, but short answer, do not buy.
 
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