DBR , IDCR
||Chab, Chowbrador, Chowder, Chow-Lab, Labrachow, Labra-Chow
Living with a Lab-Chow
Temperament: The Lab-Chow is a realtively calm, even-tempered dog.
Family Dog: The Lab-Chow makes a good family dog.
Grooming: The coat of the Lab-Chow requires frequent brushing.
Training: The Lab-Chow is an intelligent dog.
Behavior: The Lab-Chow is a calm, sweet, attentive, friendly, loyal dog. They may have a tendency to show some guarding behavior.
Barking: The Lab-Chow will bark to alert but not obsessively.
Exercise: The Lab-Chow does require plenty of outdoor play and exercise.
Appearance: The Lab-Chow can have a furry mane with the longer face of a Lab with a Chow head and ears.
Size: A fully grown Lab-Chow can weigh close to 70 pounds.
Companionship: The Lab-Chow makes a wonderful companion dog.
Head: The head of the Lab-Chow is somewhat square in shape.
Eyes: The eyes of the Lab-Chow are dark brown in color.
Ears: The ears of the Lab-Chow resemble a mix between the two parent breeds. They can be either upright or floppy but are always fuzzy.
Neck: The neck of the Lab-Chow resembles that of the Chow Chow.
Body: The Lab-Chow is a medium height dog with a compact, powerful build.
Tail: The tail of the Lab-Chow looks more like a Lab's tail.
Color: The coat of the Lab-Chow can be black, brown, creme or yellow in color.
Coat: The Lab-Chow has a thick, wooly coat.
Life Expectancy: The average life expectancy of the Lab-Chow is 9 to 12 years.
Allergies: The Lab-Chow has no known allergies at this time.
Bone Health: The Lab-Chow has excellent bone and tissue health.
* The most accurate way to determine characteristics of a mixed breed is by researching the parent breeds.
** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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