FCI registered since 2017
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Chop Stellar

Almaty, Kazakhstan



Dog care

Care cane corso



Weekly brushing — daily during shedding season, with a medium-bristle brush, a rubber grooming mitt or tool, or a hound glove will remove the dead hair before it can fall onto the furniture, and it helps remove dirt and promotes new hair growth as well.

Despite all weathers and every time-of-year Cane Corso's paws should be always washed on return from a walk. Then it needs to wipe them with a towel or a piece of soft cloth.

As far as baths, he will only need a real bath on the rare occasion that he gets really dirty. Bathing your Cane Corso too often can cause skin irritation and issues. We recommend the use of shampoos designed specifically for dogs.



As with all breeds, the nails should be trimmed regularly, as overly long nails can be painful to the dog and cause problems walking and running.

Nails should be kept short. When the dog is standing naturally, nails should not be touching the ground. Usually, nails need trimming every 2-3 weeks. You may use a nail clipper or a grinding tool. If clipping, simply cut off the hooked part or tip of the nail.

With your young puppy, start slowly, do not attempt to do all the nails at once. Start with just touching and squeezing a paw and showing the puppy the tool you will be using. Don’t forget to offer treats as an incentive.



EarsCleaning ears can be done using commercially-available ear cleaning liquid, and a soft cloth or cotton balls.

Avoid poking too deep into the ear canal, or it might get injured and infected.

As with all breeds, a cane corso’s ears should be checked regularly for signs of infection. Ear infections are very uncomfortable for your Cane Corso. Your dog will show their discomfort by shaking their head or scratching their ears. Often, the ears will become red and inflamed with an offensive odor and perhaps a black or yellowish discharge. If your pet tilts his head constantly, it could be a sign of a middle ear infection.

Health — Nutrition — Exercise


Common health issues that can affect the Cane Corso breed include the following:

  • Canine Hip Dysplasia (HD), often called Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD), or Osteoarthritis;
  • Panrosteitis (Growing Pains, Pano);
  • Bloat (Gastric Torsion, Gastric Dilation-Volvulus, or GDV);
  • Conformational Abnormalities affecting the Eye
    • Entropion
    • Ectropion
    • Cherry-Eye (Canine Nictitans Gland Prolapse);
  • Canine Demodicosis (Demodectic Mange, Demo, Demodex, Demodex Mange, or Red Mange);
  • Epilepsy.
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Kennel cane corso «Chop Stellar» registered with the FCI

Our kennel has been registered in the International Cynological Federation FCI since 2017.

Information on the official website of the federation in the section Kennel names.