The Canis Panther is a strong, well-muscled breed of protection dog. They have a broad chest and a very wide jaw. Their ears are typically cropped and their tails are docked. They have a short-haired coat that exists in a number of solid colors including chocolate, black, fawn, and blue gray.
The Canis Panther is a protection dog that is very loving and sensitive. They are hopelessly devoted to their family. Highly intelligent and loyal, the Canis Panther is easy to train and excels in the areas of obedience, protection, and agility. This defensive-minded breed is very untrusting of strangers.
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 good guard dogs. They are very defensive of their territory. He should be well socialized, preferably when young with both dogs and people, especially with children, as the breed tends to be naturally wary of strangers, though he is very friendly with those he knows. In order to successfully keep a Canis Panther the family must achieve a pack leader status. It is a natural instinct for a dog to have an order in their pack. When we humans live with dogs, we become their pack. The entire pack cooperates under a single leader. Lines are clearly defined and rules are set. Because a dog communicates his displeasure with growling and eventually biting, all other humans MUST be higher up in the order than the dog. The humans must be the ones making the decisions, not the dogs. That is the only way your relationship with your dog can be a complete success.
The Canis Panther has no recorded health-related issues or concerns. This breed typically lives for 10 to 11 years.
The Canis Panther was created in the 1970s in the United States. The men in charge of the breed’s development were Mr. Cleotha “Scorpio” Jones, Mr. Michael Stratten, and Mr. Lucas Lopez. Contributors to the breed include the Black Labrador, the Black Great Dane, the Doberman Pinscher, and the Staffordshire Terrier. Bloodlines for the Canis Panther have been established, and today the Canis Panther breeds true.
The smooth, short-haired coat of the Canis Panther is easy to groom and take care of.
The Canis Panther is an athletic dog that needs space to run and play. They should be kept indoors.
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I own a beautiful 110lbs., buckskin, female CP that is 3 years old. She is a perfect specimen of the breed in both temperment and physiology. I am trying to find a suitable,very large male CP to breed her with. If you have any info...Asked by Anonymous - 0 answers
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i am looking for an owner of a Canis Panther ,to tell me his expierence with the breed. Perferably someone who has had one for at least 5 years. I am very interested ,,i would just like to get an honest opinion. I have spoken...Asked by Anonymous - 4 answers
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i am loooking for an owner of a Canis Panther ,to tell me his expierence with the breed. Perferably someone who has had one for at least 5 years. I am very interested ,,i would just like to get an honest opinion. I have spoken...Asked by Anonymous - 2 answers
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I am interested in getting a CP to act as my service dog. I had spinal surgery in January that resulted in damage to my spinal cord. I use a walker now and I would like to get a dog that can assist me with balancing and help to...Asked by Anonymous - 2 answers