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In shelter Dog

Toronto, ON, M9P 3B6
Pet name:
Cane Corso
Coat length:
Meet Max a young, 1 year old Cane Corso mix pup who is looking for a very specific and special home. Please read and make sure you meet his adoption criteria before applying.

Maxs Adoption Criteria?
Active but patient and calm family that is willing to give him plenty of exercise
•\tExperience handling large breed dogs and committed to continuing his training
•\tHome in a quiet neighbourhood or country setting with a fully fenced yard 
•\tNo children or other pets in the home

We are looking for an active but calm family that will be dedicated to helping him control his energy and excitement while continuing his training. He takes on the energy of those around him so would do best in a quiet and calm home. His new family should be prepared to spend time outdoors and going for walks to help manage his energy levels. There should be no children in the home or visiting regularly because he can be mouthy and pushy when excited. He should also be the only pet in the home at least initially. He can sometime be frightened of loud noises so a quiet neighbourhood or country setting would be preferred. And a home with a fully fenced yard so he can get plenty of exercise in addition to his regular walks.
We believe that Max’s behaviour will continue to improve matched with a forever family that is willing to continue working on his obedience training. He is currently living in a training facility in the Peterborough area.  Potential adopters for Max should expect to visit him a few times at this facility and conducting knowledge transfer with his current trainer before taking him home.

Please read Maxs full profile on the Special Dog page of our website and if you are interested in adopting him submit a Special Dog application found on his Special Dog page.

If you have questions about the adoption process or Max please contact his adoption coordinator at:


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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