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Question by eden
Submitted on 1/17/2004
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  I have a two year old chow. Her father was the really nice reddish brown colour and her mom was a tealight rose (I think). Anyhow, she has the traditional blue/black tongue like all chows but I have never heard of a tealight rose chow before. Her mom in my opinion looked like a mutt unless she had been shaved. Anyone ever hear of a tealight rose chow. The mom had shorter hair and no mane.

Answer by marcy
Submitted on 3/16/2004
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I think that the mother could of been a mixed breed. I have never seen a chow of a rose color. Some mixed breeds can develop a blue/black tounge, you can check by looking for spots on the tounge. A chow comes in five colors, red or light red with some cream on the tail or ruff of the neck, this is considered a light red. Also come in cinnamon color this is a light brown with a tint of gray. A black and blue also cream. Has your puppy been registered with AKC. Hope this is helpful.


Answer by sassyone
Submitted on 3/18/2005
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About the tongue issue,, I have a 3 month old chow chow Akita mix and he looks all chow except,for his tongue, he does have spots but thats it and his eyes and nose are brown..His litter mates all had black tongue's, Does this mean his can still change?


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