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Aggresive chow

Posted: Mon Jul 10, 2017 2:15 am
by Chrystalv91
Hi everyone.
I have a seven month old chow chow called King.I have had him since he was ten weeks old because I have read a lot that you must socialise a chow while still young I take him around to another home where there is a 3 year old german sheperd.We have not had any problems with the two of them until about two weeks ago.I noticed a lot of growling between them when they were together.This morning a huge fight broke loose between the two and my King was clearly the instigater of the fight.He would not let up at all.This other dog is very gentle and he atopped about two times but King was literally in his face taunting him.
I guess what I wanted to know is if this is an indicator that my dog is aggressive in general,because the other dog is not.They are both males so I guess it could be aterritory issue also.I want to get King a mate but after this I will definitely not get another male.Will he also fight with a female?

Re: Aggresive chow

Posted: Fri Aug 04, 2017 2:33 am
by SkyLover
Chow chow's are very aggressive in general. The way you're describing it, it sounds like it was a situation where your dog wanted to show his dominance.It is a natural trait for them so idk how you can stop it because it's in their blood to be attached to one person and one person only. Idk how you could prevent this besides rewarding him when he gets along with other dog. If I think or find any other ways, I will let you know :P . Hope I helped:)

Re: Aggresive chow

Posted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 7:19 am
by chow315
hi i have 2 male chows and 1 female chow and 1 male dingo. all of my dogs get along pretty well.they play well but sometimes they will fuss over food. their ages are 2 14 and 2 7 all are fixed.they are all rescued and pretty laid back.we did have a white chow that we rescued who was badly abused he got along with the dogs but bit us alot he died a while back