Lottatore Brindisino

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The Lottatore Brindisino is a breed of dog used for dog fighting originating in Brindisi, Italy.[1] The dog was created by selective breeding the Cane Corso, Rottweiler and Pit bull.[1]

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The Lottatore Brindisino is a muscular dog with large shoulders and chest, strong and powerful legs and neck and carries a large head.[1] The nose is normally black, blue or red. The tail and ears are often cropped to prevent injury during a dog fight.[1] The coat can be found in a large range of colours and is short and dense. The average height is around 22 inches, but larger specimens exist.[1]

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