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CANIS PANTHER

DESCRIPTION
Canis Panthers are heavily muscled with a wide chest and jaw. Their ears are cropped and tail docked and
the dew claws are removed. Their fur is short. Color include Black, Chocolate, Fawn/Buckskin, Blue/gray.
Canis Panther are solid in color.    

TEMPERAMENT
The Canis Panther is a very sensitive and loving animal to its family pack. They are very intelligent, easy to
train and extremely loyal. They excel in obedience, agility and personal protection. They are very defensive
minded, not trusting of strangers, making them an excellent guardian dog.

SIZE
Height : Males 27-30 ins. (68-77 cm) Females : 24-27 ins.(62-68 cm) Weight : Males 120-140 lbs.(54-63 kg)
Females : 85-105 lbs.(38-48 kg)

HEALTH PROBLEMS
There are none known.
Large dog care highly recommended
Life expectancy about 10-11 years.    

GROOMING & LIVING CONDITIONS
No special grooming needed. This breed must be kept inside because
of their short fur. This breed must have a large area to run.

GROUP
Personal protection. This breed is recognition by the Personal
Protection Dog Association (P.P.D.A.)


The Canis Panther is a very sensitive and loving animal to its family "pack". They are very intelligent, easy
to train and extremely loyal. They are not animal aggressive and do well in homes with children or existing
pets when introduced properly. They excel in obedience, agility and personal protection. They are very
defensive minded, not trusting of strangers, making them an excellent pet protector. The Canis Panther is
dominant by nature. This trait, combined with its natural protective instincts, make professional
socialization and training a common choice. It is suited best toward dog owners with experience and
confidence in dealing with large dominant dogs, as the Canis Panther will probably take advantage of a
weak-minded owner.

This breed was developed in the USA in the 1970s by Mr. Cleotha " Scorpio " Jones  and Mr. Lucas Lopez
by using the black Great Dane, black Labrador Retriever, Doberman Pinscher, and the American
Staffordshire Terrier. They hoped to create a larger Doberman-like guard dog. Despite their name, Canis
Panthers have never been used to hunt Panthers or any other game. Today the Canis Panther breeds true.
We have estadlished bloodlines and multi generation pedigrees.
KING CHUCK KENNEL. CANIS PANTHERS