Characteristic, description, character
Do you know the most famous Akita Inu? Of course, this Hachiko - the legendary dog, who became famous throughout the world for his loyalty. Color, weight and height Akita…

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Breed dogs "Akita Inu"
The Akita Inu dog breed is a unique and one of a kind species that has been awarded the title of the Nature Monument of Japan. The Akita-Inu breed has…

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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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Elderly dog

You are the happy owner of a loyal and faithful Mature dog friend, beloved dog. You have been living together for many years and every year your love is getting stronger and stronger. It seems that only yesterday you brought your perky puppy to the house and rejoiced at its awkward movements. In your eyes, he grew, developed and became an adult dog. So many warm and happy moments have already been lived together, the years flew by like an instant. But, watching your pet, you notice that he doesn’t have the same reaction, he gets tired faster, he has shortness of breath from a light load, and he prefers a quiet rest to a fun game. Continue reading

Hachiko - the real story
The Akita Inu dog is the main character in the film Hachiko Story. Good, everyone knows, at least, the American remake of a popular Japanese film, with Richard Gere in…

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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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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…

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Akita Inu is a Japanese song
From the moment the modern Akita was created, with its unique and recognizable appearance, it has not actually changed. To date, there are several species in the world that have…

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