Breeders started crossing the breeds in the early 2000s. Not much more is known about who or where the breed originates from, other than a general understanding that it was likely first bred in the US.
Chow Chow Husky ears have an interesting trait: The shape of the ear tends to be round when they are puppies but eventually become pointed upwards as they grow.
Chow Chow Huskies predominantly arrive in brown, white, cream, black, and red. They can be either solid-colored or be patched or mixed between the above shades.
On average, a Chow Chow Husky will be between 18 and 24 inches high. Anything taller than 27 inches will be considered large (or rather, tall).
The big, fluffy coat is known for being beautiful, but also extremely difficult for people with allergies. As such, prepare to brush your Chow Chow Husky on a daily basis.