Oh wow, guess I was wrong about you being rude. You're making a great impression here.Oh wow, let's all gang bang the newcomer.
As if that isn't rude?
Get off of your high horse and spare me the attitude.
Researching and actually owning a breed are 2 different things.
Jeez are you mentally challenged, I mean is it that difficult for you to understand?
You twits should stay far, far away from a breed like CO. I mean just look how stupid you both are.
Even people who trained rottweilers and GSD as guard dogs often want nothing to do with a CO.
This is exactly why I wish CO could stay rare, so idiots like you don't think they can handle them just by reading a book
Lol I sometimes forget just how ignorant people like you are..
On the subject of COs being less defensive off-property... Brad owns and uses COs for guarding purposes and has helped breed a litter. Even he has said this:
No one on this thread has claimed to be an expert on COs. No one here has said they want to run out and buy one with no research (I don't even want one, period). I don't understand why you're getting so upset.Having said that, Blue [Cane Corso] is mos def less defensive than our CO - but he is also always "on" - does not matter if he is on property or off... while our CO kinda "turn off" when they are off property. They will guard our car and our house, but they take a few days to start guarding a new location - so they can be walked in public with little issues (using common sense, of course... no petting from strangers!).