This 1926 article is a riot. Chows were THE status symbol in the 1920’s! Loved by women most of all…especially socialites, flappers and actresses. Loathed by the middle class and poor for the “waste of money” that was lavished on the breed by their owners.
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This charming article was written back in the day when the chow was first introduced to American and European households. We were getting to know this unique creature both as companion and show dog. All the “rules” that applied to the average canine seemed to be challenged by the Edible Dog of China. Of all […]
CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO READ ALL 19 PHOTO PACKED PAGES I chose to use a PDF FILE to showcase this article so you can enlarge or reduce the text size to suit your needs. Use the + and – HUTCHINSONS DOG ENCYCLOPEDIA CLICK TO VIEW Hutchinsons Dog Encyclopaedia was at the end published in […]