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Chow Chow Information

Name Chow Chow
Other Name Chow Chow
Origin China
Build Type Medium
Life Cycle 10-15 years
Group Non-Sporting
Character Independent, Stubborn, Reserved, Loyal, Quiet, Ignoring
Height Male:18-20 inches
Female: 16-18 inches
Weight Male:40-80 pounds
Female: 38-76 pound
Color Black, Cream, Fawn, Red, Brindle
Average price 1000 US$

Qualities

Good with Kids ★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆
Child Friendly ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
Cat Friendly ★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆
Dog Friendly ★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Trainability ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
Shedding ★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Watchdog ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Intelligence ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
Grooming ★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Popularity ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
Adaptability ★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆
Hypoallergenic No

Chow Chow

Overview

Distinguished, yet lordly, the chow chow behaves itself with reserve. They are not very emotional, even with their family, and are rather wary of strangers. They are stubborn and independent and aggressive toward other dogs but are good with other household pets generally. Devoted to its family Chow Chow is serious and protective.

An Arctic type dog is Chow Chow, energetic, built squarely and strong with profound bone and sturdy muscular development. This breed is suitable to many of tasks, rather than one special skill and their build imitate their aptitude of hunting, herding, pull and to defend. It can have either a smooth coat, which is hard and smooth; or a rough coat, which is straight and off-standing. Both types of coat have silky undercoats, giving abundant padding from the cold. The qualities direct angulations of the rear legs fabricates a short, stiff gait sole to the breed. The black tongue and scowling look are vital components of breed category.

Chow Chow is a dog breed originally from China; they initial appeared within the West in the nineteenth century and were known as “Wild Dogs of China." at what time changing into the pets of royals like Empress, they rose in quality. The Chow Chow was employed by the Chinese as a dog doing various tasks like a hunter of wolves, sable and pheasant, for gregarious, cart and sled puller, boat guard, and protection of the house. The dogs served the Chinese far more then even as a dog. The dog's fur was utilized in creating human coats and that they were and still are inspired, contemplation of a delicacy. A number of skills of the Chow Chow are guarding and watchdog. This breed is recognized by AKC in 1903.

Temperament

Chow Chow’s temperament is one which seems to be full of inconsistency. Sometimes they are quite aloof, but in general they are great house pet that loves children. In a period of sixty seconds, Chow can go from being joyful and eager to please to stubborn and absolutely obstinate. Regardless of all this, they create a wonderful pet and a number of people like to keep not just one but two Chow, Chows. Their owners love them so much and on passing of their one cute Chow immediately they go out and replace their companion with so far another. Chow Chow is a breed which has a definite following in community.

Their temperament is claimed to increase from their days in China and Mongolia wherever they weren't solely used as working dogs however also as meat and fur since resources in the region were few. Due to this, Chows weren't thought-about pets or given the advantage of a single owner because the attachment would build them tougher to kill. This accounts for their somewhat self governing nature. They did, however, become quite useful as guard dogs for temples, orientating themselves with temple masters and aggressively rejecting all other unknown persons and animals. Over the years, breeders have successfully worked to bring forth a Chow with a family focused nature.

While the Chow can be rather wilful they are still a stylish, refined breed. Though, an aggressive stance may be taken by a Chow while guarding their family and home but never be liable to resort to full on violence until pushed. In a case when they tend to aggression, it is mostly found they haven’t been correct socialized. When directed to try and do or not do one thing, it's to create good sense for the Chow; otherwise, they're probably can be rude at the command. These dogs are typically not the categories who do trick for the fun of it, though this can be not true altogether cases. The Chow will had best with other animals, as long as they're introduced and raised with them from a very early age.

Owner Should Know

  1. Chow Chows are aloof and very independent, and they require an owner who be thankful for those qualities but would not allow the dog get above.
  2. Chows must be well socialized — bring in contact to new dogs, people, and conditions commencing in early on puppy-hood — make sure that as adults they are relaxed and safe.
  3. Chow Chow could bond with only one individual or to his/her immediate family. Chow Chow is wary of strangers.
  4. Chows require brushing twice or thrice a week to keep their coat in first-class condition.
  5. Chows are suitable for apartments or condos, so long as they get every day exercise.
  6. Chow Chows have limited peripheral vision due to their deep-set eyes, so is best to approach them from the face.
  7. To acquire a healthy pup, never purchase a puppy from n irresponsible breeder, puppy mill, or pet store. investigate for a honorable breeder who tests the breeding dogs to form certain they are freed from genetic diseases that they could pass onto the puppies, which they need sound temperaments.

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