The Cane Corso dog is a breed of mastiff from Italy. It is a large breed and used for personal protection, tracking, law enforcement and as a guard dog. It is also known as Cane Corso Italiano. According to the breed standard of the Fédération Cynologique Internationale, the Cane Corso descends from the molossoid dogs of Ancient Rome; it was once distributed throughout much of the Italian peninsula, but in the recent past was found only in Puglia, in southern Italy. These dogs became rare after the collapse of the mezzadria system of share-cropping in the 1960s. The modern breed
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