Chow Chow is a breed of dog originating in China . The origin of the name “chow chow” come from registration tangerine “various goods” [ citation needed ] which was marked on the boxes containing the first dogs of this breed exported from China to England. To derive the word from a doubling of the word “chow” which means “food” because this breed of dog baked in China [ citation needed ] is incorrect as the term to describe this dog in Mandarin is “s?ngsh? qu?n” which means “puffy-lion dog”
The Chow Chow is a dog with a robust body that is on par with its large head and small ears, slightly rounded triangular tip and takes apart with the tip slightly forward which are always erect. His eyes are dark brown to black from always small, almond-shaped. The nose is completely black except for the Chow wide cream and white, which supports the color pink. The mouth is strong and broad. They have a characteristic movement in “stringers”, due to the peculiar shape of its hind legs, but with no angle, and makes it look like walking on stilts . Motion is a dog agility and balance. Bridging the legs in parallel in pairs in the movement. This race has a very dense coat can be rough or smooth, which accumulates in greater amounts in his neck, giving the distinctive ruff or mane . His coat may be colored red , black , blue and cream. Those colored or spotted coat are considered outside the standard of the breed. The chow chow are distinguished by their unusual language or bluish-black color purple and strong legs . The gene for language is usually dominant negra-azulada/púrpura in this race, and so often in mixed races from a Chow Chow.