General discussions about Chow Chows.
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- Joined: Mon Mar 07, 2005 8:54 am
- Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Congratulations to finally have your chowling in your care ready to start life with him!!!!!! The pictures are adorable - what a photogenic beauty!! I want another puppy seeing him...Debbie and Bones
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- Location: Norway
He is adorable, and one of the cutest puppy Chows i've ever seen..
But he is big..
I think Diego was half his size when I brought him home..
His pictures really make him look big. He is only about 8 pounds. And a whole lot of FLUFF! I will try to get some better pictures up today......
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- Joined: Wed Mar 02, 2005 9:09 pm
- Location: Central California
He's sooo cute!!
...What a fluff ball!!
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- Joined: Wed Mar 02, 2005 9:49 am
- Location: Cheshire, On The Island.(But always wishing she was back home in Wales)
He is so beautiful!
I am so envious - I just want another puppy too. It seems such a long time since Milly Ching was a puppy - Mabel was 6 months old when she came to live with us.
Oh! I am so happy for you - he is just beautiful.
(Thank you Sweetpea for my new banner.)
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- Joined: Tue Oct 25, 2005 3:49 am
- Location: Muskegon, Michigan
Except for better color on his nose and a bigger 'milk mustache', he looks like my Lily, too cute! don't take him to petsmart, you'll never get out for all the attention. I'm having Lily spade, but I always get second thoughts when I see her male twin...lol
LOL, I know what you mean, I have thought many time it would be so nice to have Chingy have a little Chingy! LOL Chows are just not the favorite breed around here and so I think the pups would be hard to place.