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Living with a Chow Pei
Personality: The Chow Pei is a regal, dignified, intelligent and alert dog.
Family Dog: The Chow Pei makes a great family dog and is good with children if mutual respect has been established.
Grooming: The coat of the Chow Pei should be brushed regularly.
Training: The Chow Pei requires firm consistent training.
Barking: The Chow Pei is not much of a barker. They may bark when scared or frustrated.
Exercise: The Chow Pei requires lots of daily exercise.
Living Conditions: The Chow Pei can adapt to city or country life.
Chow Pei Appearance
Appearance: The Chow Pei can have loose wrinkled skin on head and neck resembling a Shar-pei head on a Chow's body.
Size: The average height of the Chow Pei is 18 to 20 inches tall. They have an average weight of 40 to 60 pounds when fully grown.
Companionship: The Chow Pei makes a wonderful companion dog.
Ears: The ears of the Chow Pei resemble those of the Chow.
Color: The coat of the Chow Pei can be any solid color and sable, albino or brindle. They can have a brown head, black face and a white body with brown spots.
Coat: The coat of the Chow Pei is usually long and soft and quite thick during winter.
Chow Pei Facts
Life Expectancy: The average life expectancy of the Chow Pei is 11 to 15 years of age.
Chow Pei Health
Health: The Chow Pei may be prone to entropion.
Eye Health: The Chow Pei may have lids that are turned inside as with most Chows. They can get irritated every couple of weeks.
Dental Health: The Chow Pei typically has great dental health.
Chow Pei History
History: The Chow Pei was originally bred to be an all-purpose farm and hunting dog.
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