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- Sat Mar 10, 2012 11:53 pm
- Forum: Training
- Topic: Do you trust your Chow off-leash?
- Replies: 19
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Skadi is only let off leash at a Dog park we go to once a month. It's a very large area, nicely tucked away from any busy roads etc. so the selective hearing is fine in this environment. By that, I mean it's okay when she dives into a dam and swims after the ducks she thinks she can catch. We just m...
- Fri Jan 13, 2012 10:24 pm
- Forum: New Chow Chow Owners
- Topic: New owner to be <3
- Replies: 19
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My Skadi LOVES the rain. A nice big thunderstorm will start up, and it won't be long before a very happy, soaking wet, half the size she normally is chow comes into the house and expects us to share in her delight.
My Chow plays fetch because it annoys our Jack Russell when she "steals" his toys. Bulling him is one of her favourite games. Zedd, the Jack Russell loves his chewing and will snuggle up on the couch with his chew toys. Skadi will casually sit nearby feigning disinterest, but the minute Zedd shifts ...
- Thu Jan 12, 2012 1:33 am
- Forum: Grooming
- Topic: How often should I bathe my chow?
- Replies: 8
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Skadi gets a trip to an off leash dog park once a month. She enjoys rolling in the mud and mucking about in the shallow water on the edge of the dam. The first trip to the park, She walked into a particularly muddy spot, paused for just a second and then very deliberately smacked her head right into...
Chow Chows and cats. I have a rather weird "problem". When we got Skadi, the cats were 3 years and 2 years old. They avoided her initially because she thought bulldozing straight into her new pack mates was how one showed affection. She got over it and now they "tolerate" each other. The older cat i...
Hi, new here, but I'm going to jump right into it. My Chow is just under a year old, and she's developed a limp in her left back leg, but its not all the time. Every now and then she will hop with this leg in the air for a few seconds. We'll grab her, poke in her paw pad, between the toes, all the w...