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    Nov 10, 2011 3:10 AM GMT
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    WHAT TYPE OF DOG IS THIS OMG I NEED TO KNOW MY LIFE DEPENDS ON IT
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    Nov 10, 2011 3:21 AM GMT
    LIFE OR DEATH HERE PEOPLE COME ON
  • Lunastar

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    Nov 10, 2011 3:37 AM GMT
    I think its a mix, its definitely at least part Chow Chow though

    Hope that helps icon_smile.gif
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    Nov 10, 2011 3:40 AM GMT
    I believe they are Chows
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    Nov 10, 2011 3:41 AM GMT
    Lunastar saidI think its a mix, its definitely at least part Chow Chow though

    Hope that helps icon_smile.gif
    ooooo yaaaaahhhh!!!

    damn, i really need to know what mix it is!
  • Lunastar

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    Nov 10, 2011 3:42 AM GMT
    The eyes and nose and how the two are almost squished together is definitely representative of the Chow Chow. But for some reason, I'm not entirely sure they're pure-bloods
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    Nov 10, 2011 3:46 AM GMT
    Lunastar saidThe eyes and nose and how the two are almost squished together is definitely representative of the Chow Chow. But for some reason, I'm not entirely sure they're pure-bloods
    they're def mixed, from comparing them to a google search for "chow chow"
  • travis_27

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    Nov 10, 2011 3:46 AM GMT
    I am a dog fanatic. It is a chow chow. They have blue tongues.
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    Nov 10, 2011 3:48 AM GMT
    and if you have never owned a dog then you should not think about them. They are better suited for experienced dog owners.
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    Nov 10, 2011 4:03 AM GMT
    travis_27 saidand if you have never owned a dog then you should not think about them. They are better suited for experienced dog owners.
    I have owned many (family) pets before. I was thinking of an Akita though, but even then I still have a few years before I'll be in a financial state to think about adopting a dog.
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    Nov 10, 2011 4:05 AM GMT
    Anduru said
    travis_27 saidand if you have never owned a dog then you should not think about them. They are better suited for experienced dog owners.
    I have owned many (family) pets before. I was thinking of an Akita though, but even then I still have a few years before I'll be in a financial state to think about adopting a dog.


    I would love an Akita or an Alaskan Husky, but they suffer too much in my region icon_sad.gif Damned heat.

    I'll definitely be getting an Australian Shepherd when I can afford to.
  • free_mind12

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    Nov 10, 2011 4:09 AM GMT
    I think its a mix between a chow chow and tibetan mastif
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    Nov 10, 2011 4:17 AM GMT
    Anduru said
    travis_27 saidand if you have never owned a dog then you should not think about them. They are better suited for experienced dog owners.
    I have owned many (family) pets before. I was thinking of an Akita though, but even then I still have a few years before I'll be in a financial state to think about adopting a dog.



    From what I have heard, Akita is hard on insurance esp. in USA.
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    Nov 10, 2011 4:20 AM GMT
    travis_27 said
    Anduru said
    travis_27 saidand if you have never owned a dog then you should not think about them. They are better suited for experienced dog owners.
    I have owned many (family) pets before. I was thinking of an Akita though, but even then I still have a few years before I'll be in a financial state to think about adopting a dog.
    From what I have heard, Akita is hard on insurance esp. in USA.
    I'm in Canada but that's good to know.
    I've heard they're very loyal and children-friendly, which isn't a huge deal but I have an 8 year old brother so it's more of a precaution.
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    Nov 10, 2011 4:22 AM GMT
    free_mind12 saidI think its a mix between a chow chow and tibetan mastif
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    Nov 10, 2011 4:29 AM GMT
    Anduru said
    travis_27 said
    Anduru said
    travis_27 saidand if you have never owned a dog then you should not think about them. They are better suited for experienced dog owners.
    I have owned many (family) pets before. I was thinking of an Akita though, but even then I still have a few years before I'll be in a financial state to think about adopting a dog.
    From what I have heard, Akita is hard on insurance esp. in USA.
    I'm in Canada but that's good to know.
    I've heard they're very loyal and children-friendly, which isn't a huge deal but I have an 8 year old brother so it's more of a precaution.


    Funny you said that.They are actually very primitive and are often compared to Pitbull and Rotweiler for their aggression and biting but they are royal and chic.
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    Nov 10, 2011 4:32 AM GMT
    travis_27 said
    Anduru said
    travis_27 said
    Anduru said
    travis_27 saidand if you have never owned a dog then you should not think about them. They are better suited for experienced dog owners.
    I have owned many (family) pets before. I was thinking of an Akita though, but even then I still have a few years before I'll be in a financial state to think about adopting a dog.
    From what I have heard, Akita is hard on insurance esp. in USA.
    I'm in Canada but that's good to know.
    I've heard they're very loyal and children-friendly, which isn't a huge deal but I have an 8 year old brother so it's more of a precaution.
    Funny you said that.They are actually very primitive and are often compared to Pitbull and Rotweiler for their aggression and biting but they are royal and chic.
    Akitas or chowchows? Are they easily trainable, or is the aggression overpowering?
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    Nov 10, 2011 4:39 AM GMT
    Anduru said
    travis_27 said
    Anduru said
    travis_27 said
    Anduru said
    travis_27 saidand if you have never owned a dog then you should not think about them. They are better suited for experienced dog owners.
    I have owned many (family) pets before. I was thinking of an Akita though, but even then I still have a few years before I'll be in a financial state to think about adopting a dog.
    From what I have heard, Akita is hard on insurance esp. in USA.
    I'm in Canada but that's good to know.
    I've heard they're very loyal and children-friendly, which isn't a huge deal but I have an 8 year old brother so it's more of a precaution.
    Funny you said that.They are actually very primitive and are often compared to Pitbull and Rotweiler for their aggression and biting but they are royal and chic.
    Akitas or chowchows? Are they easily trainable, or is the aggression overpowering?


    I was talking about Akitas and not Chow Chows. Chow Chows are not as aggressive as Akitas though Chow Chows does not have patience for kids. Akitas are trainable and once they are trained they are super good but early intervention is required else they will tell you who's the boss.
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    Nov 10, 2011 4:52 AM GMT
    travis_27 saidI was talking about Akitas and not Chow Chows. Chow Chows are not as aggressive as Akitas though Chow Chows does not have patience for kids. Akitas are trainable and once they are trained they are super good but early intervention is required else they will tell you who's the boss.
    I just found a website talking about the temperament of Shibas, which are close to Akitas but smaller yeah? It talks about them being very protective and possessive over their toys etc.

    I'm the type of pet owner who's good at laying down the law when it comes to training.
    When I visited a family friend's cottage they had their dog up with them and she's just a puppy still, very energetic and jumps up on everyone. Our friend told me just to ignore her and not let her jump up on me, and I had no problem grabbing her collar and assertively (not forcefully as it didn't hurt her) pulled her back down off of me.
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    Nov 10, 2011 6:28 AM GMT
    Anduru saidtumblr_lhozw0QAd81qaobbko1_500.jpg

    WHAT TYPE OF DOG IS THIS OMG I NEED TO KNOW MY LIFE DEPENDS ON IT

    Accessory.
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    Nov 10, 2011 6:36 AM GMT
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    Anduru saidtumblr_lhozw0QAd81qaobbko1_500.jpg

    WHAT TYPE OF DOG IS THIS OMG I NEED TO KNOW MY LIFE DEPENDS ON IT

    Accessory.


    hello, what centuries are we living in. Babies are the new IT accessories, small dog? totally 5 minutes ago

    anyway be a man, get one of this

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    I miss my golden icon_sad.gif
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    Nov 10, 2011 6:38 AM GMT
    Panda chow!

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    Yes they're fake.
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    Nov 10, 2011 6:41 AM GMT
    For a second I thought they had something in common with the puppies of a Caucasian Shepherd, but the nose and ears are rather different:

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    I'm also pretty sure they don't grow up to look like this:

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    Nov 10, 2011 6:42 AM GMT
    say no more,

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    Chinese has all the weird shit. Hands down
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    Nov 10, 2011 6:43 AM GMT
    looks like chows to me