The biting force of a Cane Corso is around 700 pounds per square inch (PSI), which is outstanding when compared to other breeds of dogs. To put this into perspective, a cheetah has a biting force of 475 pounds per square inch, whilst a Cane Corso has 525 PSI.
What is the PSI of a Cane Corso?
Cane Corso – 700 PSI Cane Corsos are descended from the Roman Empire and were developed via breeding in Italy. In more remote locations during the past several years, these young puppies have been trained to work as catch dogs.
Do cane Corsos have a high pain tolerance?
It’s been said that Cane Corsos have an exceptionally high threshold for pain. The ownership of Cane Corsos is prohibited in the Netherlands, and the Dutch Kennel Club will only issue pedigreed certificates to anyone who can demonstrate that their dog has successfully completed a systematic behavior evaluation.