Best Tricks: sit, lay and not letting anyone come in.
Arrival Story: I wanted a Chow for a long time and decided after much thought that I went in search of this and found him through a breeder. I told them I wanted a male pup but when I got there they only had one left he didn't really seem afraid or anything but I saw this cute little bundle of fur and scooped him up and took him home. He was the biggest challenge for my family. He was stubborn to a fault and did only what he wanted to do. He was extremely easy to house train and sit and lay down but that was as far as it went. If he didn't want to do it, he didn't . He was very protective of his home. He didn't allow anyone to enter the house so that made things difficult when anyone came over. He didn't mind the other animals in the house he even played with them at times. He loved his dad an became his dog but he always was at our side. He lived to be 15 years old, he did really well until one day he got to where he couldn't get up an I took him to the vet and he said that he was going into renal failure. He didn't live very long after that even all the meds didn't help after awhile, when he got to where he couldn't stand we carried him and gave him special attention. Till one day we knew he was just suffering too much the pain was so bad he cried and scooted on the floor just to be with me. I couldn't stand to see my proud boy suffering anymore and took him to the vet for the last time and held him in my arms while he took that last haggard breath. I cried for months blaming myself thinking I should have done things differently. He was our (is) pip and we will miss him forever.