It has a sleek muscular body weighing up to 50kg (110lbs).The business end of the Cane Corso is its large, intimidating head with powerful jaws.One look would tell most people that this is a dog that could inflict a good deal of damage.
But over recent years there there have been a steady stream of stories in the media cataloging what appears to be an increasing trend of horrific attacks.
Based on one UK survey (Hospital Episode Statistics) dog attacks resulting in hospitalisation are up over 300% in 20 years.
Whilst there is nearly always a reason for a dog attacking, these incidents show that certain dog breeds are capable of being deadly.
This is recognised by the fact many of these breeds are banned in countries throughout the world.
There a three ingredients to a fatal dog attack; size and power of the dog, aggression and not to be overlooked a reason – usually lack of training and maltreatment…