Our dogs are ICCF and AKC registered. Litters of puppies are pre-registered at 3 weeks of age. All puppies have been wormed at 3, 5, and 7 weeks of age. All puppies have had vet check ups, tails docked, and dewclaws removed. All puppies have had their first set of shots at 7 weeks of age. Puppies are given outside time, family time, and exposed to typical daily noises and stimulus such as vacuums, lawn mowers, and playing children. We have done everything in our power to ensure through selective breeding, veterinarian health care, and diet that our dogs and puppies are healthy and have a sound temperament. It is up to the buyer to continue veterinarian care, proper diet, exercise, socialization, and training to have a healthy and well adjusted dog.

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Olga and Drogo

are at training

camp with Clarity

Canine. There is

a lot of work ahead

of us and them.

Josh will also be

training several

times a week with

Clarity Canine to

further our


We have decided to

skip this heat cycle

and focus on

training for the

next 6 months.

We are planning

our next breeding

at this time, and

have not decided

on a stud yet. We will

announce our

pick closer to spring.

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Puppies are listed with their price. Breeding rights negotiable.

There is a $500 non-refundable deposit for holding your desired puppy. full payment due at time of pick up. No checks.

We are not responsible for any travel cost you may have coming to pick up your puppy. If a deposit is made, we are willing to meet you part way in a public place of our choosing. Anything over 50 miles we will charge a delivery fee based on milage and travel expenses.

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Why We Breed

My husband and I both grew up with large breed dogs. After years of Autoimmune disease, I needed help around the property with chores. I have also always felt safer with a large dog when on walks in the woods. I spent many years researching how to use dogs for draft work, what breeds could do this work, and fit our lifestyle. I saved, and I spent another two years researching breeders before deciding on Outlaw. In that time I came across countless scams, puppy mills, and people who were breeding dogs that should not be bred. I also came across many show breeders who cared more about the show ring and their ribbons, than keeping the Corso true to its working origins. These people are the reason we chose to start our own program to preserve the traditional Cane Corsos as working dogs and family guardians.


These are large and powerful dogs with a bite force up to 700 psi. They are very dominant and can be stubborn, but are very loyal and loving with their families. They are amazing guardians and work dogs, but need extensive socialization and training to ensure they do not become reactive and overly aggressive. Despite being stubborn, they are a very intelligent breed and are eager to please their masters. They take to training well, and enjoy having a job to do. Training and socialization are not finished when they are puppies. It is a lifelong commitment to maintain their skills and respect. These dogs are very dominance driven. If you are not a proper leader and earn their respect as the Alpha of the pack, they will take it upon themselves to lead, and can become a problem animal. Having a trainer or training plan in place from the time your puppy comes home is a must. They will test their boundaries and figure out where they fit it in their new "pack". They will continue to test their boundaries periodically as they grow. Despite the challenges, they are worth the work.

Some History

The Cane Corso has a long history. They are often referred to as the ancient Roman dogs of war. While the Canis Pugnax was bred and used by the ancient Romans for warfare, that was 2,000 years ago. After the fall of the empire, the war dogs became hunting and farm dogs. They were used for hunting large game, guarding homesteads, and working with large animals like pigs, cattle, and sheep. After WWII, the breed almost went extinct, but was still thriving on small farms in Southern Italy. Dr. Paolo Breber took an interest in the Corsos and began a mission to bring the breed back in the 1970s and 80s. Since then they have been growing in popularity as personal guardians, companions, and as working dogs.

The Outlaw Bloodline

Outlaw is a family owned kennel breeding and training traditional working Cane Corsos. They are one of the few to have an actual bloodline. Using line breeding, they have been able to selectively breed quality healthy dogs for over 20 years. Not only are they amazing breeders, they do their best to educate the public on these dogs, their history, and the current state of the dog breeding world. Their transparency and knowledge has impressed me from the start. They are wonderful people and never hesitate to answer questions and offer advise. They also have the approval of Dr. Paolo Breber, who was the lead scientist who brought the breed back from oblivion in the 1970s. It is my opinion that Outlaw is the best Cane Corso kennel in the USA.

Raw Diet

We feed our dogs a raw diet. It can be a challenge some times, watching sales, prep work, watching the amount they get to maintain a healthy weight, and remembering to thaw things out ahead of time. Despite the challenges, they are healthy with shinning coats and a beautiful musculature. It may not be for everyone, but we are able and willing to do it to keep them and their joints strong and healthy. For our puppies we start them on Diamond Naturals Large Breed Puppy food with goats milk, eggs, bone broth, pumpkin puree, and plain yogurt. The goal is to have steady healthy growth and healthy GI tracts. We start them on the puppy kibble due to most people not using the raw diet.

Covenant's Tyra Lady of Asgard

Our dogs live in our home and are part of our family. They are great with children and very protective of them.

Tyra is a third generation line bred female off of Outlaw's Superman "Hero". She is a capable gaurdian at home and on the trails.

Tyra (pronounced Tear-ra), is the feminine form of Tyr. Tyr was the ancient Norse and Germanic God of justice, honor, and war.

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Outlaw's War Machine "Tank"

Tank is the product of over 20 years of work by Outlaw to produce amazing guardians. He now lives on a farm in Missouri with Covenant Kennels.

We are mentoring off of Covenant Kennels, and currently focusing on the Outlaw bloodline while we learn more about breeding and genetics.

Tank is a large powerfully built boy. We chose him and this bloodline due to the focus on functionality as guardians and work dogs. Not the show ring.

"If I have seen further, it is by standing on the shoulder's of giants." ~ Sir Isaac Newton~


Nero Forte

With his new owner and Headed to his new home in Michigan


One of our favorite puppies going to some of our favorite people. He is a camp dog now!


This guy is going to have great life in West Virginia. He also has a new Corso friend.


It was love at first sight! This big lovable guy is headed for a new life in Southern Pennsylvania.


Off to a life of adventure traveling the country with his new friend.


This guy is headed to papa's house for fun and trouble!


This big boy has a new local family to love and protect, and some new dog friends.

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Future Warriors

Olga of Kiev

Named for Jackson's favorite story in history, Olga is developing beautifully with plenty of sass.


He puts in the work every day. With supervision he is now in charge of Olga's training.

Khal Drogo

With a great temperament and build, we have big plans for this guy.


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The Italian Standard

BRIEF HISTORICAL SUMMARY: Its direct ancestor is the old Roman Molossian. Formerly scattered all over Italy, in the recent past, the breed was only prevalent in the Province Apulia and in the adjacent regions of Southern Italy. His name derives from the Latin « cohors », which means « protector, guardian of the farmyard ».

GENERAL APPEARANCE: Medium to large-sized. Robust and sturdy, nevertheless elegant. Lean, powerful muscles.

IMPORTANT PROPORTIONS: The length of the head reaches 36 % of the height at withers. The dog is somewhat longer than high.

BEHAVIOUR / TEMPERAMENT: Guardian of property, family and livestock; extremely agile and responsive. In the past, it has been used for herding cattle and hunting big game.

HEAD: Large and typically molossoid. The upper longitudinal axes of the skull and the muzzle converge slightly.


Skull: Wide; at the zygomatic arches its witdh is equal to or greater than its length. Convex in front, it becomes fairly flat behind the forehead as far as the occiput. The medio-frontal furrow is visible.

Stop: Marked.


Nose: Black and large with ample, open nostrils, on the same line as the nasal bridge .

Muzzle: Noticeably shorter than the skull (ratio muzzle skull approximately 1 2). Strong, square; the front part of the muzzle is flat; the lateral surfaces are parallel; the muzzle is as wide as long. The profile of the nasal bridge is straight.

Lips: The upper lips hang moderately and cover the mandible, so that the lower profile of the muzzle is determined by the lips.

Jaws/Teeth: Jaws very large, thick and curved. Slightly undershot. Level bite acceptable, but not sought after.

Eyes: Medium-sized, ovoid, looking directly forward, slightly protruding. Eyelids close fitting. Colour of iris as dark as possible, depending from the colour of the coat. Expression keen and attentive.

Ears: Triangular, drooping, with a wide set on high above the zygomatic arches. Often cropped in the shape of an equilateral triangle.

NECK: Strong, muscular, as long as the head.

BODY: The body is somewhat longer than the height at the withers. Sturdily built, but not squat.

Withers: Pronounced, rising above the level of the croup.

Back: Rectilinear, very muscular and firm.

Loin: Short and strong.

Croup: Long, wide, slightly inclined.

Chest: Well developed in three dimensions, reaches to the elbow.

TAIL: Set on fairly high; very thick at the root. The tail is docked at the fourth vertebra. In action carried high, but never curled nor erect.



Shoulder: Long, oblique, very muscular.

Upper Arm: Strong.

Forearm: Straight, very strong.

Carpus (wrist): Elastic.


Forefeet: Cat feet.

Hind feet: Slightly less compact than the forefeet.


:Thigh: Long, wide, back line of thigh convex.

Lower thigh: Strong, not fleshy.

Hock: Moderately angulated.

Rear pastern: Thick and sinewy.

GAIT / MOVEMENT: Long stride, extended trot. The preferred gait is the trot.

SKIN: Fairly thick, rather close fitting.


HAIR: Short, shiny, very dense with a light undercoat.

COLOUR: Black, lead-grey, slate-grey, light grey, light fawn; stag red and dark fawn; brindle (stripes on different shades of fawn or grey); in fawn coloured and brindle dogs the black or grey mask on the muzzle should not go beyond the line of the eyes. A small white patch on the chest, on the tips of the feet and on the bridge of the nose is acceptable.


Height at withers

:Males from 64 to 68 cm (25 to 27 in), females from 60 to 64 cm (23 to 25in).

Tolerance of 2 cm more or less (0.75 in).

Weight: Males from 45 to 50 kg (100 to 110 lb), females from 40 to 45 kg (90 to 100 lb).

FAULTS: Any departure from the foregoing points should be considered a fault and the seriousness with which the fault should be regarded should be in exact proportion to its degree and its effect upon the health and welfare of the dog.


Axes of muzzle and skull parallel or too converging; lateral surfaces of the muzzle converging.Partial depigmentation of the nose.Scissor bite; pronounced undershot mouth.Ring-tail, tail in vertical position.Permanent amble when trotting.Over-or undersize.


Aggressive or overly shy.Axes of muzzle and skull diverging.Total depigmentation of the nose.Bridge of nose very hollow, rams’s nose.Overshot mouth.Partial or complete palpebral depigmentation. Wall eye; strabism.Tailless, short tail (docked or not).Semi-long, smooth or fringed hair.All colours not indicated in the standard; large white patches.Any dog clearly showing physical or behavioural abnormalities shall be disqualified.

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