Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Cheko, Mar 17, 2020.
He's a lil small
Got him at 9 weeks 11lbs
Now at 11 weeks 17lbs
I got my CC at 8 weeks and he weighed 8 lbs.... he was the runt of the litter.... now at 13 months old he is 120lbs... it's hard to tell on your puppy... he looks like a CC but could be a pit... his jaws havent started to hang down yet.....Magic's profile pic was at 7 months old.. here he is now.. I am 6'4". So if he is a CC he will grow !!
Oh man, he's a handsome tyke!
I was pretty active on this forum years ago when I had my Neapolitan x Bullmastiff, unfortunately she passed away 3 years ago from bone cancer
I just got a new puppy last week, she’s a 10 week old 75%Corso 25%American Bulldog.
I was told she was 9lbs at 6 weeks
16lbs at 9.5 weeks.
19lbs at 10.5 weeks.
Did you have a dna test done... how long did it take..
I haven’t DNA tested the puppy yet but I will, I’ve used Embark to DNA test my two shelter mitts and that’s the only company I’d recommend, it took about 4-6 weeks.
So how do you know he is 75% CC and 25% American Bulldog?
Thays that blue line cane corso breed right?
Cheko, please correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't Blue Line a designer breed? I remember reading about them and thinking that it was misleading to call them a Corso when they were a mix. Nothing wrong with a mix at all. Some of my best dogs have been mixes, but the name is misleading. My first breed has always been the boxer and the use of words like "rare" as a reason to charge more money (white isn't rare in a boxer and black isn't even a thing) is just wrong. I haven't done much reading on blue line, so please educate me if you can. I like to learn and enjoy a good discussion.
NeoBull, your pup is gorgeous. I hope you stick around so we can watch him grow up.
One parent was Corso, one was half Corso half AmBulldog. Woman had an opps litter.
Never heard of that.
3 pounds in a week is pretty good. Don't worry about his size. It''ll get there. Some dogs are just small when they are puppies but get big later on. Look at humans. Is a 6 pounds baby always going to be smaller than a 12 pound baby? It's not always the case.
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