Due to deep-set eyes and “pulled” eyebrows, the Chow-Chow has a sullen, unsociable appearance, which is perceived by many as a sign of bad temper. But this is absolutely not the case. This breed has a cheerful, independent and loyal character. They won’t show friendship to the first person they meet, but rest assured that your family will not feel a lack of love from their furry pet – even with his tendency to completely give his heart to only one family member. Chow Chow is quite smart, but not always easy to learn. He needs a calm but firm attitude: the dog’s character is reserved and arrogant, and he can “deign” to follow the command if you failed to establish the right contact with him. Chow Chow has a lot of things to do?. Just see and you’ll be convinced in it?!