Lottatore Brindisino

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The breed was developed in Italy by criminals who cross bred Cane Corsos, Rottweilers and Pit Bulls to produce a fighting dog for profits. The small, fighting Lottatore Brindisino stands at 22 to 28 inches and weighs 40 to 70 pounds. The breed is very loyal to its family, but its viscous and aggressive behavior does not make them suited for children. Also, their intelligence is average so they are quite hard to train.




Exercise with caution as large breed dogs dovelep slowly and their bones take a long time to form. 2 or 3 walks per day. How long depends on where you go and what sort of walk it is! If he is off lead and allowed run run round, he will get more exercise than if its an on the lead walk. Make sure you give lots of mental stimulation too and incorporate training during your walks.References :

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