Originally Posted by JRZL
haha thats what most people think until they actually meet one. Then they know that they arnt and they are really sweet, loving dogs
I will be the first to admit that when my mum said she wanted a chi I thought she was mad! She has always had labradors and loves walking them and being active, but wanted a smaller dog as she wants a companion dog that will snuggle up on the sofa and be a lap dog, but still able to go out for walks in the countryside. I have pugs so suggested one of those but she didnt get on with them
They are a little wild for her!!
So, i found her a chi
Expected to hate it and i adore it!! She has settled in straight away, is very clean in the house (no accidents at all and she's still a pup!), doesnt bark, yap or chew, follows my mum everywhere and loves exploring out in the fields.
I am happy to admit I had completely the wrong idea about chi's. Such a shame they are so misunderstood... Its all the celebs treating them as accessories that gives them a bad rep i think