guestbook 2006

Xin-Feng Chow Chows guestbook 2006

name: Virve, Finlanddate: 9:08pm 12-09-2006
you have beautiful chows. We have 3 chow chow, 1 longhaired ja 2 smooth.
name: Jessie Curtisdate: 1:36am 11-26-2006
You have beautiful dogs, and your website is so well put together! I've often heard Chow Chows were difficult dogs to own because they were hard to train and were a one-person dog. But every Chow Chow I've met has been a wonderful dog!
name: Real Estate Power Codate: 6:56am 11-14-2006
Great dogs, the chow. I own one and have never regretted it. They are truly a man's best friend.
name: Your Mortgage Malldate: 6:55am 11-14-2006
I love your web site, cute pictures. I love chows.
name: sootydate: 11:10pm 11-11-2006
hiya you have a wonderful website. i enjoyed the reading it very much. chows are so cute and i hope to have one, one day. keep up the gd work and i loved the pics!
xxx
name: Karindate: 5:05pm 10-31-2006
Hi,
what an extensive, informative website about chows. I just lost my Luna July 22/06. I had her for 10 years, she was a rescue chow. My house seemed empty, quiet. I couldn't stand it any longer. This weekend Mikki, blue 3 year old chowgirl joined me and my two cats. What a wonderful breed. Just love'em.
Thanks for the many helpful links, I like the one re BARF.
Thanks, Karin
name: gigadate: 11:43am 10-31-2006
hi, you have a very informative website. i enjoyed the pages very much. chows are so wonderful..keep it up!
cheers giga
name: ELOISE MONROE-LESCORdate: 6:28am 09-18-2006
DEAREST ANITA ... I WILL COME BACK TO YOUR BEAUTIFUL WEBSITE MANY TIMES TO VISIT YOUR PRECIOUS PETS, AND TO RELIVE YOUR MEMORIES WITH YOU. THANK YOU FOR SHARING THESE SPECIAL "FRIENDS" WITH ALL OF US. I LAUGHED, I CRIED, BUT IN THE END, I AM SO THANKFUL THAT THESE SPECIAL FUR KIDS WERE A PART OF YOURS AND FRANKS LIVES. LOVE YOU ... ELOISE
name: J.H.Verschuerendate: 7:05pm 09-11-2006
Great site! Keep up the good work!
name: Fiffidate: 10:40am 09-10-2006
Woef!
name: Patdate: 10:57am 08-31-2006
Great site! Keep it up!
Pat
name: Hazeldate: 3:28pm 07-05-2006
i have looked at many Chow pages but i really loved yours. we have been owned by several chows over 20 years, 2 males and 2 females (both adopted) all reached well into their teens in age. we currently have a super red boy should I say teenager! he has a female Samoyed of similar age to keep him company. they are both doing well at obedience training.
Feeding we have always fed lots of fresh food, especially chicken wings and beef bones. both our old ladies had fabulous teeth, pearly white and no decay i find it hard to believe that vets suggest brushing dogs teeth. i guess if they only eat canned food (soft muck) and kibble maybe they need it. We whole heartedly agree about clipping we live in a very hot climate (Australia) in summer with moderately cold winters and none of our long haired dogs have ever suffered from hot spots etc. great site thank you
name: Margedate: 1:32pm 04-22-2006
You have a really good site with very good and interesting information!
Thank yoy for this great work!
Marge and Chows
name: kimdate: 1:13am 02-26-2006
i am so so so sorry about castillo, i know what it feals like to lose a dear beloved chow. we now have a red rough female chow that had 4 beautiful puppies on 2/19/06. good luck to you and your wonderful family!!!
name: Annarella Hedbergdate: 4:00pm 02-23-2006
Helo Anita and thank you so much for your nice words in my guestbook. I was so happy when I found your writing there! Yes you are right, Simba hade a knee surgery done 4 months ago, and thank God he is doing so GOD now! :-) When did Nemo had his and how is he now?
Best wishes from Annarella and the dogs
name: Tomdate: 2:53am 01-20-2006
Hallo, my compliments for this nice website!
Please come see my website and photos sometime?
Best regards from Tom Jutte
name: Marydate: 7:31pm 01-04-2006
Hi:
I read about Pandora and saw how my own second chow chow, a rescued blue merle, resembles her history. My rescue, a blue merle chow, has always had trouble walking. We did two surgeries on her back knees several years ago, but she never recovered fully. Her surgeon said she had already developed significant arthritis in her back knees and would always have pain. There was nothing much to do about it; we got her when she was three years old, a rescue in need of much vet care. We bought her a special heating pad (made for dogs) which she likes to lie on when her arthritis acts up.
I am sorry for your losses. You provided your chowies a wonderful life.
Best to you always.
Mary
name: justinbartlettdate: 12:52 01-02-2006
great site

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