**All 145 lbs. of him**

I dedicate this particular page to the "honorable" Hu Song of Singapore, his friends at the "Cane Corso Pages", the founders of Italy's original Cane Corso club (the SACC), and all other folks out there like them who have continually, falsely, ignorantly attempted to mislead newcomers to the breed with this line of BS: "Cane Corsos over 110 lbs simply CANNOT be agile!"

Allow COLOSSEUM SHADOWS 145 lb Cerberus to demonstrate--

I'm 6 ft tall. NOW, let's see a 145 lb Neapolitan Mastiff, Bullmastiff, or any one of the other mastiff breeds do that.
The ONLY reason Cerb can at this weight is because he's a purebred Italian Cane Corso. His joint and skeletal structure (due to centuries of breeding for it) is such that it allows THIS BREED the blend of speed, strength, and agility at this level and AT THIS WEIGHT! These genetics are what the COLOSSEUM SHADOWS breeding program is built on. Folks, we have the real deal here (unless you want something other than genuine Italian Cane Corso). On another note, obviously, these are VERY healthy hips. Very typical of what we produce here at COLOSSEUM SHADOWS Cane Corso.

Here's another photo of Cerb that hints at the drive, agility, and size a COLOSSEUM SHADOWS Cane Corso has...

click >HERE<


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