Dogs are like kids; it's all in the raising. If you raise the pup to be aggressive they will grow up to be aggressive. Early and ongoing socialization and training are key. You have to show yourself as the "pack leader" or the chow will not respect or listen to you, so if you don't have a dominant personality, then I wouldn't suggest a chow. Chows are known to be aggressive and not good with other smaller animals or children, but if you train them right, then you will have no problems. I have a chow, 4 cats and 7 nieces and nephews that are always here and have never had a problem with my dog being aggressive.
Answered by Anonymous - 2/19/2014 9:13:06 PM