A series of articles I have written or written by others, but where I have been authorized to bring them here.

by Debbie Brussaard ( Thank you very much, Debbie Brussaard, for letting us reprint your article on Juvenile Pyoderma. We believe it would be of big help to many breeders, no matter which (dog)breeds they are in. Thank you Anette & Christian, for letting us use more

The Chow is calm, well-adjusted, independent, cat-like, and a bit proud as a breed. Don't laugh at a Chow. They hate to loose face. It is often called a “one-man-dog” but “one-family-dog” is appropriate as well. For this reason, think carefully before getting more

by Hanne Fogtmann. Our cinnamon import from Norway, Incipit Que Beleza, was finally old enough to be bred. She is not that big and it was not easy to see whether she was pregnant or not. She ran around like a gazelle, together with “Rousos”… until I glimpsed the hint of more

by Hanne Fogtmann. Our breeding priorities are: To be faithfull to the standard. (We breed for chow-chow type, true to the standard) To breed chow-chows of sound body and mind. We avoid strong innbreeding. We use sound breeding stock. (To us, a HD-free dog, is not necessarily more

by Jim Willis. When I was a puppy I entertained you with my antics and made you laugh. You called me your child and despite a number of chewed shoes and a couple of murdered throw pillows, I became your best friend. Whenever I was "bad,” you’d shake your finger at me and more

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