8 Often Held Beliefs About Chow Chow Dispelled

Myth: Aggressive

Chow Chows are often thought to be aggressive, but with proper training and socialization, they are loyal and calm.

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Myth: Hard to Train

Despite their independent nature, Chow Chows can be trained with patience and consistency.

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Myth: Always Aloof

Chow Chows may seem aloof to strangers, but they are affectionate and loyal to their families.

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Myth: High Maintenance

Chow Chows require regular grooming, but their overall care needs are manageable with proper routine.

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Myth: Not Good with Kids

With early socialization, Chow Chows can be gentle and patient with children.

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Myth: Too Independent

While Chow Chows are independent, they still form strong bonds with their owners and enjoy companionship.

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Myth: Only for Cold Climates

Chow Chows can adapt to various climates as long as they are not exposed to extreme temperatures for long periods.

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Myth: Rarely Healthy

With proper care, regular vet check-ups, and a balanced diet, Chow Chows can lead healthy lives.

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