Songshi and Quan are a couple of good Chow Chow names with some history. The breed is referred to as Songshi Quan in China which literally means “puffy lion dog”. With an appearance that some describe as that of a puffy lion, it is no surprise that lion related names are a popular choice among owners. Famous lion names like Simba (from the’ Lion King’), Leo (the MGM lion), Aslan (from ‘The Chronicles of Narnia’), and Moonracer (from ‘Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer’) are favorites. Detroit Lions fans have another slew of lion-related options including Barry (after Barry Sanders ), Layne (after Bobby Layne), and LeBeau (after Dick LeBeau). Since the Chow Chow originated in China, Chinese names are often given to the breed. Mei ling, Satsuki, and Yanlin are common examples. Other names that have ties to the breed’s roots are borrowed from Chinese emperors. A few names inspired by Chinese rulers include Chengzu, Genghis, and Tang.
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