PICTURED ARE CH. BLUE BLOOD (left) WITH HIS SIRE PERIDOT II (right). Both dogs were among the earliest of chows bred outside of China and extremely important to both European and American Chow history. Chances are…a bit of “Blue Blood” could be coursing through your own chows veins. CH. BLUE BLOOD HISTORICAL INFO Date […]
After a lot of thought as to how I should go about this, I decided to dedicate this TIME CAPSULE category to feature the late great Chows who have made a real impact on our breed as sires, dams, show dogs etc.
Each dog will have his or her own page or "TIME CAPSULE" which is almost like a scrapbook.... as I add news snippets, images and articles about each dog. I can easily add to each page as I unearth new information.
Click the most recent article entries to this category below
CHECK THE LEFT COLUMN FOR THE ENTIRE LISTING OF ARTICLES
CH. RED CRAZE HISTORICAL INFORMATION Breeder: Mr. Sawtell of the United Kingdom Owner: Mrs. Scaramanga of Kwhy Kennels From 1901 up to the first World War, Ch. Red Craze was the most influential chow. Red Craze gained 30 Challenge Certificates in the U.K. Crufts Best of Breed winner in 1908 Weight was 38 lbs. […]
CH. WIN SUM MIN T’SING HISTORICAL INFORMATION Widely acclaimed by breed authorities as the top foundation sire in America was Ch. Win Sum Min T’sing. He was bred by the Win Sum Kennels of Mr. Franklin Hutton whose daughter Barbara was heiress to the Woolworth millions Many of Min T’Sing’s offspring will be listed here […]