I have two male cane corsos, both unaltered (I have consulted with people in this forum when they were little about having both of them) who live together. The bigger one - Lucas, is 3 years old and the other - Vito is 2 years and 8 months. They live together since they were babies. They play, sleep and do everything together. The bigger one is the boss and they never fought with each other. There is another dog - a male cane corso, 4.5 years old, his name is Conor. This is my boyfriend's dog. We plan on moving in together into a house within the next 9-10 months, where the three dogs are supposed to live as well. The dogs met a lot of times during the last 2 years. Conor has always been protective towards each of mine, but there were 3 or 4 times when they fought - all of the cases because of jealousy between them or because somebody wanted to show who is the boss. The fights were not serious (we stopped them as soon as possible of course), and after each of them they were again walking together or playing. In less words - they are friends when they are walking together outside. So my question is, is it possible the three of them to live together without killing each other or anything serious happening to any of them ? What we are doing now is meeting them a lot more times than before - maybe 2-3 times a week, because I noticed that when they meet more often, noone wants to prove anything and there is no pressure when they meet or play or walk together. Would that be helpful at all? Please advise. Thank you in advance!