Harper will drag you on leash, if you let her. In the short time I spent with her on leash at the shelter, she was easily corrected into a proper walk. We will work leash training and venture into the neighborhood. We’ll test to see how she reacts to other doggies.
She is extremely attentive. As we walk in the yard (no leash yet) she will have her head on my right hand. Much to my surprise she loves to play fetch. With a large breed we feed her from a raised bowl. No ball playing for at least two hours after feeding. We do not want to risk bloat.
She is a natural watch dog. If someone is at your door, or a strange person appears without your approval, she is wary. Once the person has your approval she is at ease.
Treats are only a mild motivator.
We have come to learn she has issues with men. Men put her on edge. Does not like them. Have had three sessions with my dad. She is still very wary of him.
She will require an owner experienced with the Cane Corso breed.