Brief description of the breed
Akita Inu is a large and noble breed of dog that was originally used to protect the royal family and nobles of feudal Japan. Also dogs were used for hunting…

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Akita Inu - Japanese Pride
Akita Inu - Japanese pride and a symbol of loyalty. This dog combines the most amazing traits. A calm and moderately proud breed will be a loyal friend and reliable…

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Choose dog food
The dog is the faithful and devoted friend of every person who trusts his owner endlessly. That is why it is necessary to show your love for a pet every…

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Origin, history

Akita Inu is a breed that appeared as a result of the crossing of mastiffs and Chinese spitz-like rocks. This is one of the hypotheses of the origin of Akita Inu. It is known that even in antiquity his ancestors went with their masters to hunt large animals, up to and including the bear. The ancestors of the Akita were called Matagi Ken, and they were bred to hunt deer, wild boars, and even black bears of Akita province, reaching 400 kg in weight.
History shows that they are among the most ancient breeds, including 13 more breeds: Afghan hound, Pekingese, Siberian Husky and others. Continue reading

Akita Inu - Japanese Pride
Akita Inu - Japanese pride and a symbol of loyalty. This dog combines the most amazing traits. A calm and moderately proud breed will be a loyal friend and reliable…

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Akita Dogs
In late November 1923, a Akita Inu puppy was born on the outskirts of the Japanese town of Odate (Akita Prefecture). Strictly speaking, he later became a puppy of this…

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Nutrition Akita Inu. What to feed Akita.
The basis of food Akita Inu in his native Japan, are rice, fish, other seafood, algae, a fairly large number of vegetables. Purebred akits for generations are adapted to this…

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Colors Akita Inu, Siba Inu and BLA
Recently, the breed began to gain popularity, there were already several “About Breed” on Picaba, only there were not only Akita, but also BYAS (Am. Akita), Siba-Inu. So let me…

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