Dog Lover eBook - Chow Chows Revealed - This Isn't Like Any Other General or Generic Book On Chows You Can Find In Any Pet Store.. [NOOK Book]

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Did you know..

Originating in China, some historians believe that the Chow breed dates back 2500-3000 years?

Back in 500 B.C., chows where bred for hunting, used for hard work like pulling and plouwing, and their thick coats provided warm protection for the extremely ...
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Dog Lover eBook - Chow Chows Revealed - This Isn't Like Any Other General or Generic Book On Chows You Can Find In Any Pet Store..

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Overview

Did you know..

Originating in China, some historians believe that the Chow breed dates back 2500-3000 years?

Back in 500 B.C., chows where bred for hunting, used for hard work like pulling and plouwing, and their thick coats provided warm protection for the extremely cold temperatures that they were exposed to..


But, youll not only learn interesting facts. NO way! This isnt history class, right? Although I personally find Chows history to be quite fascinating myself.. However, youll also discover so many tips in this book, that youll never want to leave the house again! Just so you can stay at home and be with your Chow Chow!


Heres Just a Sneak-Peak At What Youll
Uncover With Chow Chows Revealed



How you can tell if the chow is a true pure bred when hes purchased


Discover how to avoid having your chow being a stubborn mule (yeah, you know what I mean!)


Learn exactly how to care for your chow chow


Why they pace when youre grabbing for the leash


If they actually get along with other animals like cats, other dogs, and more!


How much to feed your chow, and how many times a day


Discover the most common problems in chows, and how to prevent and treat these problems


Medical related topics such as their hip problems and eyes..


How exactly you need to potty train your chow so your house is clean and mess free!


What kind of diet a chow puppy will need to grow into a healthy, and very strong adult, AND if this diet changes as it gets older..


What exactly to do when your chow gets those little knots in their thick coats, and how NOT to hurt them


Why exactly their tongues are the black/blue colour


If chows are a one owner pet, or if they can adjust to a new owner..

Youll Also Learn All About The Following...


What exactly you need to do to groom your Chow chow


Why some chow breeds look so different from other chow breeds


If they shed, and if so, how much!


Can these dogs be easily trained? (Its not what most people think!)


If these dogs are any good as hunting dogs, in todays world


If they bark a lot and for long periods of time, and if you can change that


Why they scratch themselves a lot, even if they DONT have fleas!


Youll also learn what kind of health problems are a common in chow chows, and how you can keep these things from happening


If theyre good with children, or not


What the temperament of the Chow chow breed is, and if it can be changed


If their hair should be kept cut fairly short during the warm months of the year, especially in summer..


What temperatures are too hot for these dogs with thick coats..


How to make a chow come to you right when you call him!


Why it is some chows immediately accept some people and not others, and how YOU can change that!

Table of Contents
Chapter 1 - The origins of the Chow Chow
Chapter 2 - The quintessential Chow Chow
Chapter 3 - Can you get along with a Chow Chow?
Chapter 4 - Zeroing in on a Chow Chow—what to consider
Chapter 5 - Bringing your puppy home
Chapter 6 - Caring for your Chow Chow
Chapter 7 - Grooming your Chow Chow
Chapter 8 - Housetraining your Chow Chow
Chapter 9 - Socialize your Chow Chow
Chapter 10 - The right chow for your Chow


Plus Much, MUCH More!!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013702967
  • Publisher: colin
  • Publication date: 11/8/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 44
  • File size: 249 KB

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