We take placing puppies very seriously. We are proud to say that we keep up with all of the puppies we have bred over the years. Here are some photos Motorhead Families have shared with us. 

About Us

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Hello and welcome to Motorhead Cane Corso. I was introduced to the  Cane Corso in 2011 when my husband bought our Chella from Trailhead Cane  Corso. With her and the mentoring from Katherine my love for the breed  grew enormously.


We had our first "Motorhead" litter in 2016, and  by 2017 two of the pups from that litter are AKC Champions. Motorheads  Mustany Sally and I have gone on to her Grand Championship as well as  contending to stay in the top10 for Owner-handled for 2018.


I am also a mother, wife and full-time business professional. Motorhead Cane  Corso is a family affair. We all take part in the everyday chores and  training with the dogs.  As well as my teenage daughter and I have shown  in the rings for AKC together and making some of the best memories and  friends.


My husband and I are motorcycle enthusiast and enjoy to ride (yes i ride my own too), hence how our kennel got its name. We have named and themed several of our dogs with motorcycles in mind. My husband and my dogs are my best friends so why not share what we all love together with you.  Please feel free to contact us and learn more about us , family and our farm.

About the Corso

Personality: Smart, trainable, and noble of bearing; assertive and confident, Corsi are peerless protectors.
Energy Level: Corsi are smart, trainable, eager to please, versatile, and docile and intensely loyal with their humans. With Lots of energy
Good with Children: Better with Supervision
Good with other Dogs: With Supervision
Shedding: Seasonal
Grooming: Occasional
Trainability: Responds Well
Height: 25-27.5 inches (male), 23.5-26 inches (female)
Weight: Proportionate to height
Life Expectancy: 9-12 years
Barking Level: Barks When Necessary​ 

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Breed Standard FCI:​

HEAD: Large and typically molossoid. The upper  longitudinal axes of the skull and the muzzle are slightly convergent,  without evident wrinkles. 


CRANIAL REGION: Skull: Broad at the zygomatic arches  the width is equal to the length. Convex in front, it becomes flat  behind the forehead as far as the occiput. The medio-frontal furrow is  visible, beginning at the stop and ending at about the middle of the  skull. Stop: Well defined, with prominent frontal sinuses.  

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AKC Standard​: 2010

Official Standard of the Cane Corso General 


Appearance:  Ancient Italian breed medium-large size Molossus Dog. Sturdy, with a  strong skeleton. Muscular and athletic, it moves with considerable ease  and elegance. It has always been a property watchdog and hunter of  difficult game such as the wild boar. Size, Proportion


Substance:  A muscular, balanced, large-boned dog, rectangular in proportion. The  length of the dog, measured from the point of the shoulder to the point  of buttock is approximately 10 percent greater than the height of the  dog measured from the highest point of the shoulder to the ground.