CENTRAL CALI CANE CORSO 
MICHELLE SWENGEL

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Reply Nico
7:37 PM on March 29, 2018 
Hello, I live in Los Angeles with my family and I am slowly starting my research for a family protection dog. I have read a lot over the past 12 years on the Bandogs and have come across many breeders of all types. I am very particular about the dog that I will be adding to our family, as I have learned from past and present dogs that I own. My emphasize id on TEMPERAMENT, TEMPERAMENT, TEMPERAMENT!!! I don't care how big, strong, athletic and scary looking a dog is, if it has no nerves and no confidence. Can you please let me know how you test your dogs temperaments and if you are able to recognize at a young age (prior the sell) what the puppy is about? I understand it isn't 100%, but please explain. The I move on to size. I am not into the over large dogs, with poor movement, low energy, health issues, lack of stamina and speed. I've see many Bandogs that are about 135 lbs + and a lot of people seem to like that trend. For me, when it comes to personal protection, I prefer my dog to be about 90 lbs and about 25 inches at the shoulder (give or take 5 pounds and 1 inch). Can you please tell me the average size of your females? I also had a question about the blood line of your program, is it mostly Neo/Pit, or is there other mastiff bloods in the mix? Health. What are the type health tests you do? Hips X Rays, elbows, etc...?
I also do a lot of hiking here in the mountains on harsh terrain for many miles at a time. Are your lighter females suited for such effort? Will a light female be able to overcome obstacles, move lightly on her feet and keep up for 10-15 miles during any type of weather? One important question I also have when it comes to hiking off-leash in our mountain is, are your dogs prompt to stay close to their owners, or do they go hunting every time they see an animal or even smell one? My current dog does that and that is the worse ever! She takes off for hours hunting leaving us vulnerable to any wild life. My next dog needs to stay close at all times. Sorry for all the questions, but choosing the right protection dog that will be there for your family for years and years isn't easy. Regards, Nicolas
Reply Kris
7:22 AM on February 17, 2018 
Cenrtalcali says...
I just happen to have a 1 week old litter of 14 now!!!

Awesome, could you please e-mail me with more information? 'black doberman (at) live (dot) ca.'
Reply Cenrtalcali
10:32 PM on February 16, 2018 
I just happen to have a 1 week old litter of 14 now!!!
Kris says...
Will you be breeding any Canis Panthers soon?
Reply Kris
1:40 PM on February 16, 2018 
Will you be breeding any Canis Panthers soon?
Reply Central Cali
1:01 AM on January 2, 2018 
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Reply Central Cali
9:36 PM on December 14, 2017 
Hello...
yes we do have 4 new pups 3 females & 1 male....from Chomper & Harvey... blue brindle or blue fawn.
Jitka Dítetova says...
Hello,
do you have a Bandog puppy?
Thank you Jitka
Reply Jitka Dítetova
1:11 PM on December 14, 2017 
Central Cali says...
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Reply Jitka Dítetova
1:09 PM on December 14, 2017 
Hello,
do you have a Bandog puppy?
Thank you Jitka
Reply Central Cali
4:12 PM on December 6, 2017 
Dopamine for short has been used to get puppies breathing in cases of anesthesia from c-sections to revive sleepy or slow to breath newborns.
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