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Cane Corso Europe | Breeder | Puppies | Kennel | Italian Mastiff | My beautiful Cane Corso boy exported to Germany

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My beautiful Cane Corso boy exported to Germany

Once again, we successfully exported one of our Cane Corso puppies. This time our beautiful boy Drogo to Germany. His new owner Daryn is very pleased with his look and temperament. Once again, we used trusted same trusted agents to complete delivery. Drogo was traveled by ground with many stops on his way to meet his physiological needs. However, my agent treated him so well during the trip and delivered him to my customer's address with no problem.

Suppose you want to buy a Cane Corso pup from me, and you are wondering how the whole process of importing a puppy to Germany works. In that case, I will explain it to you in a few sentences.

After choosing a Cane Corso puppy you saw on my website or my YouTube channel, you should place a deposit to ensure that the puppy is reserved for you. If you are not sure from pictures and videos that that pup is the right choice, we can do a video call to show it to you live.

I will be in constant contact with you, not only while the puppy is delivered to your hands but during the whole life of your puppy. I will support you with information and advice, the best I can do. In addition, I will provide you with video updates of your pup every week or so from the time you reserve it.

After all dewormings and vaccination are done puppy is ready for shipping. We deliver it to my agent, and he safely has it to your home address in a precisely scheduled time.

This is precisely the same process for shipping a Cane Corso puppy for all of Europe, the UK, the USA, and Asia.

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