Why Do They Cut Cane Corso Tails?

They cut cane corsos’ tails to prevent the dog from getting injured when playing or working. While playing or fighting with other dogs, their tails can be grabbed and held onto by other dogs.

Although tail docking is still common practice in the United States, it’s becoming less popular. Docking has already been banned in many countries because there is no evidence for its benefits, and it is unnatural, painful, and cruel.

As tail docking is a controversial practice, you should assess the risks of your cane corso being injured in a fight and then decide whether or not this practice will help your dog or not.