Chow Chow Puppies are polite pet dog with blue-black tongue. Here is your informative A-list of Chow Chow. Chow Chow also known as Chow. It was originated from Northern Mongolia in China. According to recent DNA analysis, Chow Chow puppies are same as Shih Tzu puppies, they are one of the oldest dog breed in the world. This dog breed used to be working dogs for herding, hunting, pulling sleds and guarding. Based on research, Chow Chow was evolved from the wolf. Some historian claimed that Chow Chow was the ancestor for some dog breeds as Pomeranian, Samoyed, Keeshond and Norwegian Elkhound.

Facts about Chow Chow

  • Temperament – Strong-willed owner is needed for Chow Chow else Chow Chow will become bossy at home. They are intelligent, lively, friendly and loyal to their owner and family. They can get along well with children and aware of the strangers. Early socialization and training is needed for Chow Chow puppies, they will please themselves first rather than their owner.  Chow Chow likes to dominate other dogs. They are not active, it is advisable to give them daily walk.
  • Appearance – Blue-black tongue, dense double coat and straight hind legs are unique features for Chow Chow. Chow Chow has a big head with broad skull and black color nose. They have almond shaped eyes, deep muzzle and a pair of small erect ears. The thick furs can be found around the neck. You may find Chow Chow look like a lion. The colors of coat always are black, red, cream, blue and cinnamon and never be parti-colored. Chow Chow puppies coat is very soft and tangled easily. When the Chows grow older, their coat will become either rough or smooth. Entropian is common eyes problem for Chow Chow

Chow Chow Breed Information

Size Large
Height 48-56cm (male and female)
Weight 20-32 kg (male and female)
Colour black, red, cream, blue and cinnamon
Group Non-sporting Breed Dog
Life Span 15 – 18 years
Exercise Ability Daily walk is needed
Grooming Requirements Daily brushing is needed. They are seasonable shedder
Environment Indoor
Barking Loud
Chow Chow Puppies
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