“There are no chemicals or cruelty involved,” Ch’en said. “But the price of the dog does rise significantly because of the amount of grooming that goes into it. People don’t mind paying the extra though – they like the fact that heads turn in the street and they can tell their friends: ‘I have a panda dog'”.
I have a couple of problems with this.
1 Chows can be mean, so I don’t know why people buy them. They were bred to rip out people’s throats. Of course that may be kind of fitting in this situations because,
2. Pandas are bears. Yes the are pretty much the cutest things i the world but that won’t stop them from eating you. So I don’t know quite what people see in the.
3. Finally, how long does the color last. It’s going to be pretty disappointing when after one was you’re back to a boring, grey Chow. Maybe the purchase price comes with a lifetime groom and dye guarantee. Somehow I doubt it.
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