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Breed description Japanese Akita Inu dogs have a whole range of great qualities, in all their looks royalness and serenity can be read, as if they stand above all the…

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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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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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What is the optimal diet for a dog’s biological needs?

Veterinary experts say: proper nutrition that meets the natural, age and individual needs of the dog – a guarantee of health and long life.
Dogs from nature – predators. The structure of their jaws and teeth, the gastrointestinal tract is intended for feeding meat. Hence, the basis of their diet should be animal proteins, which from an early age are responsible for the formation of strong muscles, the strength of cartilage and ligaments, as well as the building blocks of the heart, brain, kidneys and other tissues and organs. Continue reading

Japanese Akita Inu dog breed description. To choose a dog?
The nature of the Japanese Akita Inu is direct, assertive, independent and very independent. To train and educate a puppy for a novice, due to the nature of the Akita,…

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Allowable common and rare Akita Inu colors
Akita - Inu ranked among the fourteen most ancient types of dogs in the world. This decision was made by scientists on the basis of DNA tests, a thorough study…

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AKITA-INU
AKITA-INU Country of Origin: Japan Height: 64 - 70 cm (male); 58 - 64 cm (bitch) Weight: 40 - 45 kg (male); 32 - 45 kg (bitch) Content in the…

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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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