summary of the Xin-Feng Chow Chows websitevision on the Chow Chow and breeding, why we named our kennel Xin-Feng and what it means.
The pages of our smooth Chow Chows: Chimay a red smooth bitch and her son Endo. And our youngster the Pekingese Ari.
The Chow Chows and other dogs of the past have their own spot at the rainbow bridge.
Last part of this chapter is the Xin-Feng family tree, showing how all our Chows are related to eachother and the pedigrees of our Chow Chows.
In 1998 we bred our first litter, Pandora gave six pups, our A-litter, four smooths and two roughs.
January 2003 Callisto got our B-litter, four pups, three smooth and one rough. At the end of October 2004 Callisto whelped seven pups, our C-litter, six smooths and one rough.
Chimay gave us two litters too. In September 2007 the six pups of our D-litter, three smooth pups and three rough pups. In March 2009 Chimay whelped seven pups, our E-litter with six smooths and one rough.
Too many to list them all, from Frank with our Chow Chows at daddy and Chow and Pandora taking a mudmask, to our adventures with sheep, in the zoo and in the canoe.
And the photo albums of our Chow Chows of the past: Nemo, Pandora, Callisto, Gladdich and Eoos.
The history of the breed; their character and about training a Chow Chow. The FCI breed standard, recommended Chow Chow books, an article about health-problems and the breeding regulations of the Dutch Chow Chow Club.
Starting with introduction genetics, explaining the basics and terminology of genetics. The dog color genes A, E and K and the color genes B, C, D, G, M, S and T. The genetic make up of the different Chow Chow colors, in color breeding what to expect when mixing the colors in breeding and the differences between the colors red, fawn and cream.
The two Chow Chow coats, how to recognise them the first days after birth and the coat genetics.
Some advice how to switch to raw, frequently asked questions and recomended books and sites about feeding raw history and development of this website in the past ten years, the sitemap and our disclaimer and privacy statement. Thanks to Google a page where you can search this site. guestbook, we love to hear from you! Or read the messages in the guestbooks of previous years.
this page was updated at
March 31th, 2012
© Anita Meulstee