• Roll over image to zoom in
  • Roll over image to zoom in
  • Roll over image to zoom in
  • Roll over image to zoom in

Chow Chow

Quick Contact






  • * Required Fields

Group : Working Dogs

Weight : 20 - 32 Kgs

Height : 18 - 22 inches

Color(s) : In both sorts, the coat comes in five hues: red (which can extend from light brilliant to profound mahogany) dark, blue, cinnamon (light grovel to profound cinnamon) and cream. These hues may be strong or strong with lighter shadings in the ruff, tail, and feathering.

Coat : Chows can have two coat sorts, unpleasant and smooth. The unpleasant coat, which is the thing that the vast majority are accustomed to seeing, is thick and bounteous, remaining off from the body like a parka. Underneath that external coat lies a delicate, thick, wooly undercoat. The hair is thicker around the head and neck, shaping a ruff, or mane. The tail, which lies over the back, is additionally thickly furred.

Distinct Feature :With his deep-set eyes and large head, accentuated by a mane of hair, the Chow Chow (Chow for short) is an impressive-looking dog. His looks might make you think he's mean or ill-tempered, but a well-bred and well-raised Chow isn't aggressive. Instead, it's said that the Chow combines the nobility of a lion, the drollness of a panda, the appeal of a teddybear, the grace and independence of a cat, and the loyalty and devotion of a dog. He's also dignified and aloof, as befits a breed that was once kept in imperial Chinese kennels.

ACTIVITY : The Chow does not require a considerable measure of activity, but rather wants to be outside. An every day walk or fenced in yard ought to be adequate. The Chow needs a cool spot to rest in the mid year on the grounds that it doesn't care for warmth. Chow Chows are appropriate to loft life.

Chow Chow Reviews

TEMPERAMENT : The Chow is an all around mannered canine. Entirely great with youngsters. In the event that they become more acquainted with felines and other family unit creatures when they are youthful, they will coexist with them when they are grown-ups. Should be completely mingled ideally when they are youthful. They need firm power and preparing beginning at puppyhood. Whether you are embracing a puppy or a grown-up pooch, proprietors need to set the principles for the canine to take after and stick to. This is an extremely prevailing breed that requires an overwhelming proprietor. The proprietor of this type of canine ought to be a quiet individual who is normally firm, sure and predictable. With such a handler, the Chow can grow well. The issues emerge when the pooch lives with proprietors who don't see how to be, and stay in, the alpha position. In the event that you permit this puppy to trust it is the manager of your home it will get to be headstrong, defensive and now and then absolute wild. Unless the canine detects the proprietors are extremely solid minded, it will buckle down at keeping its alpha position in your human pack.

CHARACTER :The Chow is an autonomous canine that is quiet and cautious. It is a gigantic, puffy, adorable companion with inexhaustible character. It is regional, and may attempt to rule different puppies on its home turf. On the off chance that the Chow doesn't recognize a leader of the pack it will venture into fill the void, so a fruitful Chow proprietor must be overwhelming. Chow Chows may invest a ton of energy without anyone else.