AKC Chow Chow Puppies. Wonderful indoor Dogs who when properly socialized will be a lovely live gift to any household. The Chow-Chow (sometimes simply Chow) is a dog breed originally from northern China, where it is referred to as Songshi-Quan (Pinyin: sōng-shī quǎn 鬆獅犬), which means "puffy-lion dog".
AKC 100 % Chow Chow Puppies. Registered bloodline with the Black-Blue tongue. Wonderful indoor pet that needs very little outdoor activity.
Independent and dignified, the Chow Chow usually attaches himself to one person even though he will have affection for the whole family. When raised with children, he’s fine loving and cuddles with them. An excellent guard dog and watch dog, he’ll protect against strangers.
We currently do not have any puppies available. The next litter will be expected around the end of 2022. There is a waitlist. If you would like to be added to the waitlist please fill out an application and send to firstname.lastname@example.org
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November 1, 2020
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The last litter born August 30, 2020. All eight puppies were female and have Fur-Ever Homes.
FuzzBuster (aka Seven) has been a wonderful addition to our lives. He is sweet tempered, gentle and a joy to have around. He is a quick learner and eager to please which has made training him a breeze. Seattle Chow Chows did such an excellent job of socializing and potty training that the transition to our home was incredibly easy! We were so lucky to find a breeder that raises their puppies in a caring, loving environment, instead of a puppy mill, from which to bring the newest member of our family home.
From North Washington State
Before I go into why Luna Bella is so amazing let me tell you a little about myself.
I’m not new to this breed. I’ve been the proud parent of 4 Chow Chows spanning over 30 years. I’ve had timid, assertive (aggressive), and aloof (indifferent) chows so I know what to look for and expect.
Now, let’s talk about Luna, aka Luna Bella, aka Luna Lovebug. She is without a doubt the most lovable, patient, and accepting chow I’ve ever had. She loves dogs and people alike. She‘s never growled, snapped, or ever showed her teeth at anyone or any other dog.
I don’t know how Seattle Chow Chows did it but they found the right combination of traits to create the finest chow chow puppies you can find.
It probably has to do with all the love and personal attention they get throughout the first 8 weeks of life.
From day one Luna has been and is still inquisitive, smart, energetic, and loving.
We had our vet check her for all the usual chow chow issues and he found her to be absolutely perfect. He was amazed at her temperament and could even cradle her as if she were a baby.
I would gladly welcome another of Seattle Chow Chows puppies if I only had the room and I just might get another one anyway to be company for my Luna Love.
Fran from Arizona
Seattle Chow Chows are truly great breeders and they really care and love their Chow Chow babies. Our Chow Chow baby, Prince, was hand delivered to us, he was socialized, potty trained, naturally has a great disposition, and loves to be loved. Although he is a very loving dog, he is still protective when he needs to be and is a very loyal family dog. He was easy to make friends and love our other two chow chows in our house. He’s naturally a loving dog and loves to greet people when they walk in the door. He gives off this kind, loving, and welcoming energy whenever you see him. He has such a bright personality that is indescribable. He’s always curious and always wants to be near you. There’s never a boring day with him and our family never feels alone with him around. Prince is everything you could ask for in a dog and we’re so happy we have him!
Las Vegas, NV
We love our chow from Seattle Chows. Camouflage had a sweet personality from day one. He was already house broken and has never had an accident in our home. He is protective, but did well with the groomer even after missing 2+ months due to Covid. Of course they love him. I plan to neuter him next month but he is not overly aggressive and has adapted well to our immediate and extended family. He doesn't like strangers to touch him which is fine by me. He adapted well to sleeping outside the kennel at 6 months old. We have worked hard to teach him and he has responded so well and is so smart. He's my buddy!
Seattle Chow Chows 2021