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Discover Everything You Need To Know About Chow Chows


Everything you need to take care of your Chow Chow and to keep them healthy, strong and happy!

Avoid serious health problems when looking for a Chow Chow puppy.

Discover the most common problems in chows, and how to prevent and treat these problems

Medical related topics such as their hip problems and eyes..

- How exactly you need to potty train your chow so your house is clean and mess free!
- What kind of diet a chow puppy will need to grow into a healthy, and very strong adult, AND if this diet changes as it gets older..
- What exactly to do when your chow gets those little knots in their thick coats, and how NOT to hurt them
- Why exactly their tongues are the black/blue color

You will Also Learn All About The Following...

- What exactly you need to do to groom your Chow chow

- Why some chow breeds look so different from other chow breeds

- If they shed, and if so, how much!

- Can these dogs be easily trained? (Its not what most people think!)

- If these dogs are any good as hunting dogs, in todays world

- If they bark a lot and for long periods of time, and if you can change that

- Why they scratch themselves a lot, even if they DONT have fleas!

- You will also learn what kind of health problems are a common in chow chows, and how you can keep these things from happening

- If they are good with children, or not

- What the temperament of the Chow chow breed is, and if it can be changed

- If their hair should be kept cut fairly short during the warm months of the year, especially in summer..

- What temperatures are too hot for these dogs with thick coats..

- How to make a chow come to you right when you call him!

- Why it is some chows immediately accept some people and not others, and how YOU can change that!

Plus Much, MUCH More!!

The Chow Chow is a stoic and independent dog breed that is known for its bear-like appearance and blue-black tongue. Though the breed sometimes has a reputation for being aggressive, most Chows are loyal, calm dogs that make excellent companions.
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