Texas has high temperatures annually, and global warming is making climates warmer than usual, and Texas is no different. Temperatures reach as high as 92 degrees F, which is quite hot if you are a Chow Chow with a thick double coat and if no precautions are taken to stop the overheating, heatstroke may occur. Below are tips to help Chow Chow owners in Texas to prevent and manage overheating in Chow Chows.
Chow chows are double-coated family dogs that guard with loyalty. They were bred for pulling, herding, protection, and for hunting. They are known for their stubborn nature and susceptibility to high temperatures. Florida has climates that reach 93°F; if you own a Chow Chow and are planning to immigrate to Florida, below are a few tips.
Are Chow Chows aggressive and mean breeds? Most dog aggressions are caused by the owner’s poor socializing and training. Chow Chows are known to be protective, loyal, and headstrong, but what is their true temperament? Are they as mean as people claim? Well, below, we will examine why Chow Chows are misconceived as aggressive and mean.