I Will Help You Chow Chows Revealed for £3

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I Will Help You Chow Chows Revealed for £3
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There’s a beautiful and ancient fairy-tale that says that while God painted the sky
blue, he was followed by a determined Chow Chow who licked up the drops that
fell with his tongue. As you know, each fairytale comes with some truth, but this
tale has two truths: one, that this breed does have a blue tongue and second,
that its origins began with God’s Creation!
This is just one of many myths surrounding this breed. Another fascinating myth
is the one that tells of the Chow Chow being a descendent of bears rather than
wolves. Unbelievable, but could Nature have twisted this breed’s evolution just a
little?
Whatever the truth may be, you’re bound to find that your Chow Chow is a breed
apart –that he’s not like any other dog breed. Doesn’t his independent nature
bother you? Or his blue tongue? Or the way he moves? And what about his
reserve? Oh, the Chow Chow is certainly different from every other dog breed.
Since ages, the mystery behind this fascinating breed continues. There are those
who believe that he is a dog but that he doesn’t really behave like any other dog.
After all, he goes hunting, but not like proper hunting dogs. He’s said to be a
guardian but he’s not your typical watchdog. He is a companion dog but not like
any other we know. He eats what every other dog eats but with so much caution.
The sad fact of the matter is that when the Chow Chow enters a dog show, he is
judged just like any other breed, by following certain norms to the exclusion of
others. This is reason for the decline of the breed. Instead, this breed should be
judged on the basis of his behavior, responses and majesty, among others.
History bears testimony that this aristocratic breed was first wowed in England
and then everywhere else. In the beginning of the XIX century, this dog was first
gifted to the London Zoo as a "half-savage" dog. But in 1880 he entered a dog
show for the first time and a decade later the Kennel Club recognized this breed.
In 1895, when the first English Chow-Chow Club was founded, it also helped lay
the foundations of the breed standard.

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