Before anyone adopts a Cane Corsos in their home, there are lots of things that they need to consider first. The same applies to you, if you are considering adopting a Cane Corsos in your home then maybe you want to know how much your family is going to affected by your Cane Corsos lifestyle and allergens.
So, one of the most common question that seems to be asked too often as ” are they hypoallergenic. If you or anybody in your family member have allergies then it is very obvious to ask. I
f anybody has allergies to dogs then it can be very concerning for you and it can also pretty much difficult to control his or her allergies. So let’s know, are Cane Corsos hypoallergenic?
Our Cane Corsos Hypoallergenic?
No, Cane Corsos are not hypoallergenic dog breed according to the list of American Kennel Club. However, they can be pretty much good companion to those who have less serious allergies.
If a dog shed aggressively or if they come with the long hair in its body then it can be allergic to people who have the over-sensitive immune system but in the case of Cane Corsos, due to having a single coat on its body and it has shorthair in it, they can be pretty much perfect dog breed to anyone who has less serious allergies.
After knowing that your Cane Corsos doesn’t claim the title of hypoallergenic dog breed, it is very obvious to know how much they are going to shed as well as how much you are likely to experience any kind of allergies getting triggered.
Stay with this article because, in this article, I am going to give you some space of information about the shedding as well as danders forming. We will also get to know the other things that can really factor into the amount of shedding and into triggering your allergies.
But before that, let me tell you that a proper grooming and good dietary routine can make a huge difference in determining how your allergies are going to react around your Cane Corsos.
That is why, in this guide, you will also get to know some tips that can really help you in keeping your Cane Corsos allergen-free as well as making your home more dog-friendly.
So, before we know those tips, let’s know why your Cane Corsos are not considered as a hypoallergenic dog breed.
Why Cane Corsos Are Not Considered As Hypoallergenic Dog Breeds?
Before I tell you why you are Cane Corsos doesn’t claim the title of hypoallergenic dog breed, let me tell you what exactly the hypoallergenic means.
The word hypoallergenic simply means that the animal or pet you are going to keep in your home or anywhere in your Residency is not going to cause any kind of allergies to anyone around it.
There can be pretty many advantages of having a hypoallergenic dog breed like you or the one suffering from allergies doesn’t need to take any kind of precaution or medication to keep it around which makes it easier for the owner to maintain their pet.
So, being a non-hypoallergenic dog breed, your Cane Corsos is going to carry some allergens with them. It has been noticed that in Cane Corso’s there are more danders allergens than saliva allergens.
If you don’t know what is danders then let me tell you that danders are dead skin cells that every single dog produces and if they shed then they are also going to shed some of its danders around your home and can really get stuck in the homes’ corners.
So, danders are alone enough to bother your allergies and that is why you need to avoid the danders allergens. Apart from that, let me tell you why your Cane Corsos don’t claim the title of hypoallergenic dog breed.
It has been noticed that a Cane Corsos tend to shed twice a year aggressively especially in the shedding season. The shedding season seems to appear two times a year in the autumn season and in the spring season,
You are more likely to experience some aggressive shedding in your Cane Corsos in these seasons. In the autumn season, they will need to layer up and develop a thick layer coat on their body so that they can survive in the winter season.
The same applies in the spring season also, they will need to shed some of its old hair so that they can make some room for new hair growth that will be much thinner to keep them cooler in the whole summer.
After knowing that they need to shed some of its hairs/fur to regulate their body temperature according to the seasonal changes, you can understand why your Cane Corsos does not claim the title of hypoallergenic dog breed.
Apart from that, you can’t do anything to stop your Cane Corsos shedding completely because it is natural for them and it is also good for dogs but not good for people who have an oversensitive immune system.
So, after knowing why your Cane Corsos doesn’t claim the title of hypoallergenic dogs breed, let’s know what kind of allergens your Cane Corsos is going to carry in their body.
Cane Corsos Allergens
It has been noticed in dogs that there are three major causes of allergy. Danders, saliva, and urine are the three major common causes of allergies getting triggered in people who have an oversensitive immune system.
As I told you that your Cane Corsos is going to carry more danders allergens than saliva allergens, you can easily understand that it is very-very-very important to avoid that danders.
There are few tips that can really help you in keeping their danders forming as well as shedding at a minimum.
Apart from that, their urine and saliva also contain a harmful protein that has the ability to trigger your allergies. So, it means that it is also important to avoid their saliva and urine.
Now after understanding what kind of allergens you can expect from your Cane Corsos, let’s learn what are the tips that can really help you in keeping your Cane Corsos danders forming and shedding at a minimum.
How To Keep Danders Forming And Shedding At A Minimum?
I hope that I don’t need to dictate you that grooming is one of the most important things that can really determine how your allergies is going to be affected around your Cane Corsos.
So, there are some tips that can really help you in enhancing the grooming method that you are planning to practice on your Cane Corsos.
So let’s know what are the grooming tips that can really help you in keeping those danders forming and shedding at a minimum. Here are the tips:
- Always brush your Cane Corsos coat regularly to keep their shedding and danders forming at a minimum. Whenever you brush a dog coat, their skin releases natural oil all over the body, and with good quality of Brush, you can easily distribute their natural oil to all other parts of the body.
The natural oils help their body being moisturized. Dry skin means more danders forming and you should brush their coat regularly, you can keep their skin from being dry. Brushing their coat can help you in moisturizing their skin all the time with their natural oil.
- Always make sure that you choose a brush that really fits your Cane Corsos’ coat need. if you don’t know what would be the ideal brush for your Cane Corsos then let me tell you a slicker brush will be the best one in keeping the shedding and dander forming at a minimum.
Plus, a slicker brush is also very effective in distributing natural oil. If you already have a slicker brush in your home then Congrats and if you don’t have one then here is a slicker brush that I would recommend you.
This is the slicker brush that I have been using for the past few years and let me tell you it can make a huge difference.
You may not experience any kind of change or result within a month but after a few months, you will be amazed by seeing how much a little brush can make a huge difference.
- Always make sure that you are brushing your dog coat in the direction of their hair growth because it is very important to brush your dog coat in the direction of their hair growth.
Whenever an owner brushes their dog’s coat against the direction of their hair growth, it becomes very painful for the dog and that is why it is important to use a good quality of Brush that has soft teeth in it and you brush it in the right direction.
The slicker brush that I have recommended also has very soft teeth and I am one hundred percent sure that it will give your dog a ticklish feeling all over their body instead of any kind of pain.
- Always bath your Cane Corsos whenever you feel the need. You shouldn’t bath your Cane Corsos more than once a month because whenever someone but their dog more than one someone, skin becomes dry which is not good.
Dry skin means that the danders forming is going to be heavy and that is why it is important to bath them only once a month. However, if your dog lifestyle is surrounded by more outside activity then it is OK to bath them but try to not make it a habit.
- Always use a good quality of shampoo that really suits your Cane Corsos’ skin and coat need. Actually, Here are some recommendations for shampoos that I would recommend you because these shampoos will also help you in keeping their natural oil retained on their body.
Let me tell you that their natural oil can easily get washed away with the water And the shampoos are going to help you in keeping their natural oil retained on the body as well as also will ensure that your Cane Corsos skin is always moisturized after the bath.
Apart from that, these shampoos can also be very effective in removing all the dirt, danders, allergens, and Debris with the water from their body that has been stuck for days on their coat.
- Diet plays an important role in determining how much their skin is going to be healthy. With a proper dietary routine that has the right balance of Nutrition, you can ensure that their skin is always healthy.
Healthy skin always means that there will be less dander forming as well as shedding will also be at a minimum. If you are feeding your dog with Cheap food then let me tell you Cheap food does have the nutrition but doesn’t have the right balance of Nutrition that is required to fulfill your Cane Corsos nutritional need.
Recommended food that I would recommend you to feed your Cane Corsos because it also has the right balance of Nutrition as well as will help them in making the skin more healthy.
- You can feed your Cane Corsos with some supplements like Omega supplements and fatty acids supplements. Always choose Omega supplements that have been derived from wild fish rather than farmed pond fish. Supplements can make the skin more and more healthy each month.
I hope that you like this post and I managed to give you some space of information about the Cane Corsos as a non-hypoallergenic dog breed, there are other tips that can help you but I thought that it would be best to keep those tips at minimum as possible.
If you want to know more tips about then you can comment below and I will try to expand the article more and more. See you in the next post, till then take care and goodbye.