Chow Chow

A Chow Chow is also called a Chow for short. Puppies Galore has the Chow puppy you are looking to make your new best friend. If you would like to find out more about the Chow Chow breed to see if it is right for you, read more below. Feel free to call us as well with any questions you have regarding the Chow Chow breed. If you are interested in purchasing a Chow puppy, we will be happy to walk you through how the buying process works at Puppies Galore.

Quick Facts

Life Span – A Chow Chow lives an average of 12-15 years on average.
Activity Level – Low – Chow Chow have been voted the laziest dog breed by multiple well known sources. They would prefer to lay around and not do a whole lot. They have the lowest activity level on a daily basis, but are active when they need to be.
Potential Height – A Chow Chow will end up being between 18 to 22 inches tall at the shoulder. Essentially it is a medium sized dog when full grown.
Potential Weight – A Chow Chow will grow to be about 44 to 70 lbs on average.
Barking – Moderate – The frequency of Chow Chow barking varies greatly from dog to dog. There are two important things to remember when it comes Chow Chow barking. First, they do not have very good eyesight. Therefore, they may bark at objects they perceive as threats, but are simply stationary objects. It might sound kind of humorous, but it’s true. Their poor eyesight leads them to bark more often than it is needed. Secondly, they will need some extra help remembering what is worth barking at. Chow Chow are great pets but not known to be the most intelligent dog breed. Therefore, they will likely need to be reminded often during training them not to bark.
Shedding – Moderate – Chow Chow shed seasonally, but don’t shed all of the time. During the time of the year in which they are shedding, they will shed very rapidly. Their fur also requires regular care.
Family Friendly – Moderately – Chow Chows need to be socialized early in their life. They need to have people in their home other than the owners so they can become accustomed to people they do not know.
Pet Friendly – Not Particularly – Chow Chows are instinctively aggressive towards dogs of the same sex. The goes for females too.

Still have more questions about the Chow Chow breed or are interested in purchasing one? Call Puppies Galore today! We will be glad to answer any questions you have about the Chow Chow breed.