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Lucy Pet ensures your Chow Chow has all of the nutrients they need to thrive!

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Chow Chows are a Chinese dog breed that may be the oldest breed of canines in existence. Their distinctive furry mane, aristocratic demeanor, and thick-muscled frames make them very popular show and guard dogs. A clean and generally healthy breed, Chows tend to deal with moderate health conditions like eyelid entropion, hip dysplasia, allergies, and thyroid problems.

A healthy diet is one of the optimal ways to fortify your Chow Chow’s naturally strong immune system. Lucy Pet natural dog food is packed with healthy proteins and nutrients, all meant to boost strength, vitality, and health for your furry friend. By giving your Chow a precisely formulated diet, you can ensure that they will have all the nutrients they need to help prevent disease and injury.

Key Nutritional Considerations
For Chow Chows


Compared to many other dog breeds, Chow Chows are far more prone to allergies, especially food allergies. Knowing this, most vets recommend that you avoid regularly feeding your Chow any of the following foods:

Beef, Corn, Dairy, Eggs, Pork, Soy, Wheat


If your Chow eats food that causes an allergic reaction, the first place this manifests is usually in the digestive system. Adverse digestive reactions will likely result in discomfort and symptoms such as nausea and anorexia.  

Skin Condition

Chows don’t sneeze when they have an allergic reaction. Instead, the allergens cause their skin to itch and burn. Typically, this reaction in Chows will show up on the feet, belly, ears, and skin folds. Common symptoms include:

Hair loss, Rashes, Scratching, Itching

Lucy Pet Products Check All The Boxes

Duck, Pumpkin and Quinoa

Duck and Potato Limited Ingredient Diet

Salmon, Pumpkin and Quinoa

Chicken, Brown Rice & Pumpkin Limited Ingredient Diet Formula


Personality and Temperament

For centuries Chows acted as companions to royalty. They make for great guard dogs and are one of the easiest canines to own since they are very meticulous about their cleanliness. Common Chow traits include: 

  • Dignified
  • Even keeled
  • Intelligent
  • Independent

Activities and Exercise

As a  moderately active dog, your Chow should be taken on daily walks and engage in moderate play throughout the day. Avoid high-impact exercise and overheating due to their thick fur.

Common Health Issues

Chows are usually very healthy dogs and only deal with minor health conditions such as:

  • Eyelid conditions
  • Hip and elbow dysplasia
  • Allergies
  • Thyroid problems

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Lifespan 8-12 Years
Weight 45-70 Lbs
Height 17-20 Inches
Coat Long
Energy High

Happy Chows

As Eddy aged, I was concerned he wasn’t getting all the nutrition he needed. I knew his energy would lower as he got older, but I wanted to do as much as I could to give him all he needed for a healthy, long life. I have been hearing a lot about bad dog foods on social media and luckily found Lucy Pet from Brandon McMillan. Eddy LOVES the salmon flavor and I am happy that he is getting a GOOD food!


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