Cane Corso Puppies | Cane Corso Litters | Cane Corso Breedings
At Blueprint Cane Corso Kennels, I do very selective breeding. I breed Cane Corso Puppies to better and continue my line. I take into much consideration when choosing my breeding pair exactly what I am trying to accomplish with the breeding. I strive for correct angulation, Large, but proportioned head piece, deep chest and well sprung ribs. Temperament and health is of the utmost importance to me, without good temperament and health the rest does not matter!!!!!
Line breeding has become the cornerstone of my selective breeding program. When I feel I have reached my goal with my line I will close my breeding program and rely exclusively on my line breeding to produce the ultimate Cane Corso. In genetic terms, inbreeding is the mating of two Cane Corso that are related to each other. The opposite of inbreeding is out crossing, the two parents are completely unrelated. Since all pure breeds of dogs trace back to a relatively limited number of foundation ancestors, all pure breeding is, by this definition, inbreeding though the term is not generally used to refer to breeding where a common ancestor does not occur within a five-generation pedigree. When an egg or sperm is created they carry half of the genetic material of the parent. But that half isn't like splitting a pie. It doesn't split down some imaginary middle, of the entire strand, even if some explanations show it that way. Line Breeding increases the probability that the two copies of any given gene will be identical and derived from the same ancestor. The higher the inbreeding coefficient the more likely this is to happen. The technical term is ‘homozygous’ for that gene. The ‘heterozygous’ animal has some differences in the two copies of the gene. Each gene is split but it can combine with the others in many ways.Remember that each Cane Corso has two copies of any given gene, one derived from the father and one from the mother. If the father and mother are related, there is a chance that the two genes in the Cane Corso puppy are both identical copies contributed by the common ancestor. Line breeding does not cause genetic problems. Cane Corso line breeding does increase the chances of creating matched pairs. And if the particular pair that matches up is recessive then you will see in the puppies something you did not see in either parent. It could be a good thing or a bad thing. This is why it is very important to keep records.
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