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Chow

An obsolete Indian unit of weight approximately equivalent to 0.389 grams.
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For example, a pet owner, Ahmed, lost his chow chow, Jasmine, and someone saw the flyer in Pet Arabia and recognised her.
Hate as shown, garnishing with apple, chicken skin and more chow chow.
Sally Cruikshank, 54, of Northridge described her chow chow named Lulu as having a ``primitive brain,'' noting the animal apparently does not understand the concept of ``fetch'' and had a hard time learning basic obedience commands.
The breeds that MetLife has identified as a high risk include American Staffordshire Terrier, chow chow, German shepherd, Doberman pinscher, Malamute, husky, pit bull, Rottweiler, dingo and "any other dog that has a previous bite history," Berstein said.
The chow chow was bred more than 2,000 years ago, during the Han dynasty of China.
Future Shows September 24 | Chow Chow Clubs of Scotland's championship show, Lanark.
Teach My Pet To Do That ITV, 8pm ENTERTAINMENT Alexander Armstrong introduces Kevin the Chow Chow and Rambo the miniature pig, who have been learning to beg, spin and roll over.
The 12-week-old Chow Chow pups were bred in Bulgaria and illegally transported into the UK, enduring a journey of almost 2,000 miles before being seized from smugglers, as part of Dogs Trust's ongoing investigation into illegal puppy smuggling.
The lifeless chow chow Ukwong Adventurer was found in its box at the Midlands counties championship.
Four days ago we went to a pet shop in Burhama, as we were told that they bring good quality pets that are certified and well taken care of, and we fell in love with a Chow Chow puppy of three-months-old that we could not resist but to adopt and bring him into our family.
Drivers trying to catch Tai Pan, an pounds 800 Chow Chow pedigree, faced an added problem when they left their vehicles in pursuit - he is only used to being spoken to in Cantonese.