Cane corso dogs typically live for 10 to 12 years. Cane corsos have a shorter lifespan compared to other breeds due to their large size, making them age faster than smaller dogs.
Furthermore, they’re prone to various health problems, such as hip dysplasia, gastric torsion, and epilepsy.
With that said, the overall life expectancy of a cane corso also depends on other factors, such as diet, activity levels, training, and proper healthcare.
To help your cane corso dogs live longer, make sure to:
- Feed them nutritious dog food
- Give them regular exercise
- Properly train and socialize them from an early age
- Provide them with regular vet visits