Wooroolin, QLD, Australia
Phone : 07 41642241
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
"Out of the mists of antiquity, southwards from the barren wastes of the Arctic, came the inscrutable Chow Chow: a basic relic of a Miocene canine, intermediate between dog and bear and the only breed to possess the blue-black tongue. Driven by the urge of self-preservation across the vast expanse of Eastern Asia, they settled, and were established as an indigenious breed, on the high cold steppes of
A great deal of the Chows early history has been lost over the centuries however we do know that the Chow is one of the few pure breeds left to-day.Early writings indicate that Genghis Khans armies were accompanied by thousands of powerful and very courageous dogs with black mouths, broad heads and much hair, wearing heavy harness and accompanying each warrior, used to attack and bring down the enemy.
Many nomadic tribes are also said to have used these dogs for hunting, guarding their precious livestock and that the peculiar stilted gait of these dogs was a tremendous advantage when pulling heavy sleds through the snow. The natives in
These dogs accompanied the Tartars when they invaded
The Chow Chow found its way to