The Chow Chow
This is a dog breed that you normally wouldn't expect to be aggressive. But they actually have a problem with this. In fact, it's the dog's biggest issue.
They might look like a big fluffy ball of hair, but they're territorial and can be aggressive towards other pets, particularly other Chow Chows. Homeowners insurance might increase for families owning a Chow Chow.
The good news is that a well socialized and well trained Chow Chow shouldn’t show any aggression.
Owning a Chow Chow takes experienced leader and is not a breed for the first time dog owner. They are dominant dogs and do not like being told what to do.
Forcing them with a strong hand can lead to avoidance behavior and the dog may even retaliate.
These dogs are smart, and if they see an opportunity to manipulate a situation, they will take it and run with it.
These animals should not be raised around small children. And there should be no other dogs in the family.
They are naturally protective and that instinct, if left unchecked, can lead to very aggressive behavior.