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Enjoy a variety of original, in-depth articles based on
personal experience and research

         

Feeding Fido - Mishna on Feeding the Chow Chow

 
  Mishna on Feeding the Chow Chow - photograph of fresh food vegetables

Selective breeding over thousands of years has long removed the Chow Chow from a carnivorous "wolf" diet. Too much protein is the chief cause of skin problems and cancers of the digestive tract, most especially the liver. So what is an optimum diet for the Chow Chow?

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Puppy Proofing Your Property

 
 

If this is your first puppy, or if it's been a while since you had a small puppy in the house - here are just a few of the things to think about when bringing a chow chow puppy home for the first time.

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Swimming is Fun - Mishna on Hydrotherapy

 
  Mishna on Hydrotherapy - photograph of Chow swimming

Hydrotherapy has been used successfully for rehabilitation since World War I. While most start for remedial purposes, many stay on for long term support of physical infirmities - or just for fitness and the fantastic fun of it!

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Preserve Our Ancient Legacy

 
  Mishna Legacy - photograph of original type Chow        
 

Lament for the original Chow Chow type. The Chow Chow at the beginning of the twentieth century bears little resemblance to the exaggerated hybrid caricatures being exhibited at the end of the century - in temperament or conformation.
First appeared in print in "The World of Chows in 2003 and 2004" published by Bas Bossche Press (Netherlands).

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