Chow Chow puppies
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Name: Chow Chow puppies
Animals-Express: Chow Chow
Chow Chow Puppies available now
1 Chow Chow puppy male born on 25/09 available on 06/12
Price Chow chow puppies: as of €745
Chow Chow puppies from our kennel can be delivered at home.
Info about origin, character, care, size, weight, price and availability of puppies in our kennel. Do you want to buy a puppy, please read this information carefully
Origin Chow Chow:
The Chow Chow's structure is very similar to that of the oldest known fossilized dog remains, dated to several million years ago. The Chow Chow has been known for thousands of years in China, where the breed was put to work as a hunter, cart puller and boat guard. One Emperor is said to have kept 2500 Chow Chow pairs. One was given to the Prince of Wales, the future Edward Val. Over history, the Chow Chow has been used to hunt wolves, sable and pheasant, and to pull sleds. His fur was used to trim coats. The flesh of these dogs was considered a delicacy in China. This beautiful dog was first brought to England by merchants in the late 1800's. The name probably originated from the pidgin English word "chow-chow," a term used to describe all sorts of miscellaneous stuff brought back from the Far East. The Chow Chow has become very popular in the United States as a companion dog. Some of the Chow Chow's talents are watchdog and guarding.
Temperament Chow Chow:
The Chow Chow is usually well-mannered. Quite good with children. If they get to know cats and other household animals when they are young, they will get along with them when they are adults. They must be extensively socialized preferably when they are young. They need firm authority and training right from the start. Whether you are adopting a puppy or an adult dog, owners need to set the rules in which the dog must follow and stick to them. This very dominant breed requires a dominant owner. The owner of this breed of dog should be a calm person who is naturally firm, confident, and consistent. With such a handler, the Chow Chow can develop well. If you allow this dog to believe he is the boss of your house he can be willful, protective and bossy. He is not being mean, he is instinctually telling you in the way dogs communicate with one another that he gets to decide when and how things are done. He will be self-willed to the point of obstinacy and may be over-protective. When you have a Chow Chow who believes he is the ruler of humans, and strangers push themselves on this dog, he may become aggressive, telling the humans he would like to have his space. A Chow Chow who is not 100% convinced humans are the boss, will be harder to obedience train. The Chow Chow will feel HE needs to be deciding what and when, to do things, not the human, as humans must listen to him. These are NOT Chow Chow traits, they are instinctual behaviors, resulting in meek human authority over the dog. If you would like to own a dog, make sure you, and the rest of your family know how to be alpha. All family members, and other humans around the dog must be higher in the pecking order, than the dog. This breed can be quite a handful with passive owners, but take the very same dog and put him with an owner who has natural authority and he will be polite, patient and well rounded, making an excellent family dog.
Grooming Chow Chow:
Regular brushings of the long coat is important to maintain the lifted, standing-out look. This breed is a seasonal heavy shedder and extra care is needed when the dog is shedding its dense undercoat. Dry shampoo when necessary.
Height: 46-56 cm.
Weight: 20-32 kg.
The Chow Chow puppies and the purebred dogs and cats / kittens offered for sale in our kennel are supplied by our own kennel or come from other experienced breeders.