5 Common Misconceptions about Chow Chows

They are aggressive

While Chow Chows may be reserved and protective of their territory, they are not inherently aggressive. With proper training and socialization, they can be friendly and well-behaved.


They are difficult to train

While Chow Chows can be stubborn and may require patience and persistence to train, they are intelligent dogs and can learn commands and tricks with the right training methods.


They are high maintenance

While Chow Chows do require regular grooming to maintain their thick coats, they are generally  low-maintenance dogs and do not require a lot of exercise or attention.


They are not good with children

Chow Chows can be good with children if they are socialized and trained properly. They may be more reserved with strangers, but they can learn to be friendly and affectionate with their family.


They are not good with other pets

Chow Chows may have a strong prey drive and may not be suitable for homes with smaller pets. However, with proper socialization and training, they can learn to get along with other animals.