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Uploaded: September 21, 2011
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 6
Updated: September 21, 2011
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For the second dog breed you will be getting a lesson on "how to draw a chow", step by step. The chow chow is a breed that has both positive and negative feedback. From my experience, the chow has always been a feared dog whenever someone would walk around with one, or whenever a chow was seen just stray on the street. Chow Chows are considered to be aggressive dogs with a bad reputation. Some of their distinctive qualities are their mean almost unfriendly looking faces, their bluish black colored tongues, and how their hind legs appear to be almost standing straight on their tippy toes. Chows have thick, long furry coats and tails that are curled so much; they literally rest on the ends of their backs. Unlike the corgi, the chow breed come in a variety of SOLID colored coats which includes red, black, blue, cinnamon and cream, and even some rare tones like white, tan, and gray. Remember when I said that these dogs are considered to be aggressive? Well pertains to the ones that are not properly raised. Because they have strong minds of their own, it is recommended that you be very thorough when it comes to socializing them at a very young age. They also need an owner that is very firm and dominate, as well as having dominance when training. If a chow is not raised in the proper manner from early puppyhood, there is a chance that they will never be good around children or other pets. Chow chow’s are a very dominate breed, and because they are so much work, there is not really a lot of these dogs in homes with children. If you have a chow and you will love learning "how to draw a chow" because you can make it look like your own. Have fun with this tutorial and be sure to rate, comment, and fav if you love it. Thanks and peace out!

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Step 1. How to Draw a Chow, Chow, Chow Chow