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Welcome to Blueprint Cane Corso Kennels a Cane Corso Breeder of Texas, as hobbyist breeder we will have cane corso puppies for sale from time to time. We give our cane corso puppies the best care possible from the day they arrive into this world and socialize them all as if they are our very own. When you receive your cane corso puppy from us, they will be current on all vaccinations and de-wormings.
Here at Blueprint Cane Corso Kennel we breed to produce the Italian mastiff standard a corso that is stocky (heavy bone), wide muzzle, compact, phenomenal head, great temperament, and healthy. All breedings are capable of growing up to perform athletic activities and will protect your family! We breed our best to produce the best, that’s why our cane corsos are some of the best Italian mastiff dogs you see online for sale. If you are looking for AKC, FCI, ICCF material or just a nice cane corso you are in the right place!
Whether you are purchasing a cane corso pup as a pet/companion or you are a cane corso breeder or kennel, we are aimed to provide you the exact puppy you are looking for which fits your lifestyle. We will have blue cane corso or black cane corso puppies for sale throughout the year and prices reflect the individual quality of the puppy. We breed from the best cane corso bloodlines consisting of old southern blood lines Dyrium, Jones, Rustic with a vision in mind to combine the desired characteristics we like about these lines and create the ultimate Italian Mastiffs. We are a reputable honest cane corso breeder and look forward to building relationships with new cane corso owners and other cane corso breeders or kennels which conduct good business as well.
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The Key To Successful Housetraining
Your puppy's state of health will affect his ability to be successfully housetrained (housebroken). Make sure your puppy is seen by a vet within 48 hours of his coming home from our facility. If your puppy does not receive a "clean bill of health", it is important that any physical conditions that can impede successful housetraining. A fecal check will determine whether worms or internal parasites are present. (There are several types of worms that are not visible except under a microscope. Also, fleas can cause tapeworm.)
Feed Your Puppy A High-Quality Puppy Food
A consistent diet of a high-quality premium brand dry (kibble) puppy food is recommended. Avoid feeding your puppy table scraps or changing brands unnecessarily. If you should need to change your puppy's food for any reason, do it gradually over a period of 4 to 7 days (by overlapping both the old and the new puppy food together, until the old food is phased out completely).
Confinement When Puppy Can't Be Supervised
Crate training is recommended for puppies and most adolescent dogs when left unsupervised alone in the house. If properly introduced and used appropriately, crate training is an efficient and humane way to prevent housetraining accidents as well keep your puppy safe when you can not watch him. The crate should not be used for excessive periods of time and should not be used as a punishment (although brief "time outs" in the crate are fine). Sufficient daily companionship, interactive playtime and exercise are very important to all puppies and dogs.
Frequent Access To Backyard, Or Taken For A Walk If Fully Immunized
Puppies need to urinate shortly after the eat, drink water, play, chew, or sleep. For most puppies over 10 weeks of age, that means somewhere between 5 and 10 times a day! Adolescent dogs (from 6 to 11 mths. old) will need 4 to 6 walks a day. Adult dogs need 3 to 4 walks a day, and elderly dogs need at least 3 to 4 walks daily (incontinent dogs will need more).
Praise & Reward Your Puppy For "Going" Outdoors
A trigger word (ie: "potty", "get busy", "business", "bombs away", etc.) and a treat reward immediately following his eliminating in the right place (newspapers, backyard, or outdoors) will help you to communicate to your puppy that you are pleased with his behavior. Delayed praise is not effective, so witnessing him going in the right spot is important.
No Access To Inappropriate Areas To Eliminate
Many puppies and dogs prefer certain areas or surfaces to eliminate on, such as rugs, carpeting, etc. Keep your puppy away from risky areas or surfaces whenever possible. If your puppy suddenly runs out of sight (ei: out of the room), he may be looking for a secret spot to eliminate, so close doors to rooms where he may sneak a quick pee or poop.
Neutralize Urine Odors With Enzyme-Based Deodorizer
Should your puppy have a few housesoiling accidents despite your best efforts to prevent them, neutralize any soiled areas (carpet or floor surface) with an pet odor neutralizer such as Nature's Miracle, Nilodor, Fresh 'n' Clean, or Outright Pet Odor Eliminator. Avoid using ammonia-based cleaners to clean up after your puppy's urine, as ammonia breaks down to urea, which is a component of urine.
No Water After 9PM
Generally speaking, it is advisable to take up your puppy's water bowl after 9 PM, unless he seems very thirsty or weather conditions are exceedingly hot. (But a couple of ice cubes are OK)
After-The-Fact Discipline Does NOT Work!
Never ever discipline (verbally or otherwise) your puppy or dog after-the-fact for housesoiling accidents that you did not actually witness. (Even if you should see your puppy eliminate on the floor or carpet, harsh physical punishment is never recommended.)
Never Discipline A Dog For Submissive Urination!
Submissive and excitement urination are completely involuntary, so never discipline your puppy for this. Eye contact, verbal scoldings, hovering over, reaching out to pet your puppy's head, animated movements, talking in an exciting or loud voice, as well as strangers/ visitors approaching your puppy, may all potentially trigger your puppy to piddle. Disciplining your puppy for involuntary piddling must be avoided or the problem will simply get worse.
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LOOKING FOR SOME TOP-NOTCH HIGH QUALITY CANE CORSO BREEDER?
YOU’VE COME TO THE RIGHT PLACE! HERE AT BLUEPRINT KENNELS WE BREED FOR QUALITY & TEMPERAMENT. ALL OF OUR DOGS ARE OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY WITH THEIR OWN ORIGINAL DISTINCT LOOK, PACKED WITH SOME INSANE MASSIVE LOOKING HEADS AND STOCKY MUSCULAR STRUCTURE TOPPED WITH INCREDIBLE ITALIAN BLOODLINE PEDIGREE THAT YOU CANNOT FIND ANYWHERE ELSE. YOU CAN ONLY FIND THIS QUALITY HERE ‘CAUSE WE’RE FROM A DIFFERENT CALIBER THAN THE REST!
ALL OF OUR DOGS ARE DIRECT OFFSPRING TO SOME OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY & EXCLUSIVE CORSOS IN THE NATION!
WE DONT BREED TO FOLLOW TRENDS BUT WE HAVE WHATS GONNA BE HOT 5 YEARS FROM NOW!
OUR MISSION IS TO RAISE THE STANDARD OF THE BREED
WHEN YOU SPEND YOUR MONEY WITH BLUEPRINT CANE CORSO KENNEL, I WILL ACTUALLY SELL YOU A DOG YOU WILL BE PROUD TO WALK IT IN YOUR CITY!
We ship our puppies safely by air using Continental Airlines, Alaska Airlines, and American Airlines within the United States to the following states: Alabama, AL, Alaska, AK, Arizona, AZ, Arkansas, AR, California, CA, Colorado, CO, Connecticut, CT, Delaware, DE, Florida, FL, Georgia, GA, Hawaii, HI, Idaho, ID, Illinois, IL, Indiana, IN, Iowa, IA, Kansas, KS, Kentucky, KY, Louisiana, LA, Maine, ME, Maryland, MD, Massachusetts, MA, Michigan, MI, Minnesota, MN, Mississippi, MS, Missouri, MO, Montana, MT, Nebraska, NE, Nevada, NV, New Hampshire, NH, New Jersey, NJ, New Mexico, NM, New York, NY, North Carolina, NC, North Dakota, ND, Ohio, OH, Oklahoma, OK, Oregon, OR, Pennsylvania, PA, Rhode Island, RI, South Carolina, SC, South Dakota, SD, Tennessee, TN, Texas, TX, Utah, UT, Vermont, VT, Virginia, VA, Washington, WA, West Virginia, WV, Wisconsin, WI, and Wyoming, WY. We do export to a limited number of other countries. You are always welcome to come and pick your puppy up.