Cane Corso - genetic tests

Cane Corso is a strong and athletic dog, intelligent, affectionate, and intensely loyal to its fellows. The Corso's lineage goes back to ancient Roman times, and the breed name roughly translates from Latin as "bodyguard dog". Indeed, their imposing appearance is the first line of defense against intruders. Corsos have a height at the shoulder of 70 cm and can reach an adult weight of 50 kg. As with any other large guard dog, responsible breeding and early socialization with people and other dogs is essential.

Degenerative Myelopathy


It is a neuromuscular disease causing a gradual muscle weakness on the hindlimb and back, which is manifested by poor coordination of movements, cramped and asymmetric walking, or incontinence.

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Malignant Hyperthermia

Canine stress syndrome


It is a congenital disorder of skeletal muscle which is manifested by the significant increase in temperature (hyperthermia) up to 45°C, accelerated and irregular heart rate (tachycardia and arrhythmia), hyperventilation, muscle rigidity and may result in renal failure and death...

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Dental-skeletal-retinal anomaly


Dental skeletal retinal anomaly (DSRA) is an inherited genetic syndrome that affects dogs of the Cane Corso breed. The disease is clinically characterized by skeletal abnormalities, progressive retinal involvement leading to loss of vision, and dental imperfections...

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Neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis 1

Batten disease


Neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis 1 (NCL1) is a rare genetic disorder observed in one individual of Cane Corso breed...

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