Correct 8 Unwanted Cane Corso Habits

Excess Barking

Is your Cane Corso barking too much? Use positive reinforcement and consistent training to curb it.

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Destructive Chewing

If your Cane Corso chews on furniture, provide plenty of toys and redirect their energy.

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Jumping on People

To stop jumping, teach your Cane Corso to sit when greeting people. Reward calm behavior.

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Pulling on Leash

If your Cane Corso pulls, use a no-pull harness and practice leash training for better walks.

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Resource Guarding

To correct guarding, use positive reinforcement and teach "leave it" and "drop it" commands.

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Digging

If your Cane Corso digs, create a designated digging area and discourage unwanted spots.

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Separation Anxiety

Ease separation anxiety by gradually increasing time alone and providing distractions.

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Excessive Licking

If your Cane Corso licks excessively, redirect with toys and ensure they get plenty of attention.

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