7 INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT THE FAMOUS JAPANESE BREED OF DOGS AKITA-INU
Fact 1 - Akita Inu Akita Inu dogs, as well as a variety of objects depicting them, in the Land of the Rising Sun symbolize well-being, good health and family…

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Features of training
Raising a dog is not so much different from raising a child. This process should also be approached with great responsibility. Patience and tact - the key to successful animal…

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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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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 wild boar, bear and deer. The animal is fearlessly and insanely faithful to its family. Akitoo Inu is very difficult to scare with something, this is a dog that is unlikely to depart from the intended goal. In this case, the pet is very funny, of course, this can be achieved only in the case of training the dog. Continue reading

The history of the origin of Akita inu
This breed appeared in the province called Akita, which is located on a Japanese island. Initially, it had a name - "Akitamatagi", it was translated as "a dog that prey…

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Akita Inu Breed
Despite the excellent physical data, some dogs, although rarely, are susceptible to diseases, among which are hereditary and acquired. One of the genetic ailments is dysplasia of the joints, which…

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Akita Inu's Purpose Earlier Today
The purpose of Akita Inu earlier and today. The history of the Akita Inu breed begins in Japan. More than 8 thousand years ago they were used as a hunter.…

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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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