While Chow Chows can be reserved and independent, they are not inherently aggressive.
It's not accurate to say that Chow Chows cannot be around children. With proper socialization and supervision, they can form strong bonds with kids and be gentle and protective.
Chow Chows are intelligent dogs, but they can be stubborn and independent, which may make training more challenging than with some other breeds.
Some Chow Chows can be dog-aggressive, particularly if they are not socialized from a young age.
While Chow Chows are not as hyperactive as some other breeds, they still require regular exercise and mental stimulation to stay healthy and happy.
Contrary to popular belief, Chow Chows are not hypoallergenic.
The distinctive blue-black tongue of Chow Chows is a natural characteristic of the breed and has nothing to do with them being part bear or any wild animal.