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My career in the show ring started with our CANE CORSO a couple years ago. My wife and I train, and compete in AKC, ARBA, IABCA, UKC, NAKC Conformation events with our dogs and our clients dogs. We have titled many dogs in this sport.


The biggest accomplishments we received in 2008 was when my dogs Cane Corso California’s Apollo was awarded GOLD CUP CHAMPION, first and only CANE CORSO ever win this Title from all the breeds in US, also my female California’s AMY was awarded same year as GOLD CUP RUNNER – UP.

In 2009 California’s APOLLO was awarded again as a GOLD CUP RUNNER-UP. So far my accomplishments in the show ring include the following...


  • Many BEST in SHOW

  • Many BEST of BREED wins

  • Best of Opposite sex

  • IABCA National& International Champions


  • BIS and many group placements.


I enjoy working with  dogs and people to reach their goals to have a well-mannered dog, or to compete with them. I’m going to continue building my business by working with the group and individual lessons. I will work towards my future and current goals. I would like to thank everybody for their support, all my friends and especially my family, who've supported me for all this years. Also like to say I’m very proud of my oldest son Jacob who started showing dogs as 4 1/2 years old, with my 3 years old, 120 lbs Champion Female Cane Corso CALIFORNIA’S AMY. Good Job Jacob! I believe you will fallow and go beyond Daddy’s steps.

We offer show handling, private lessons and more. If you need of a handler and would like to discuss showing your dog, please email or call. We would be happy to answer your questions. I cannot guarantee your dog will win, but I do guarantee to do the best I can for you and your dog. For fees and schedule please feel free to contact us!

Anyone can handle a dog. But it takes skill to present one so that judges think this is the greatest specimen of the breed that they have ever seen and they are honored to have it in their ring. There are all kinds of handlers in this world. There are good ones, bad ones, responsible ones and ring jockeys, who don’t care a damn about the dogs they handle. Then there is the perfect handler…

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