At what age to buy a puppy?
All your life you dream to buy a dog, since childhood you dreamed that one day you will get a faithful friend for a birthday or good behavior, but your…

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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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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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may show a slight aggression

Hachiko Breed Dog

The Hachiko dog is the perfect companion: there is a legend about the bye devotion to kak in water and the desire to cooperate with the owner. And the story of Hachiko is one of the evidence of this. This is a great family dog ​​that will get along with children and help in difficult situations. By the way, when it comes to games with children, the Akita loses his mask of inaccessibility and returns to his childhood. This dog can play and spend time with kids for a very long time. This is also laid on the genetic level: Japanese aristocrats often used Akita as a nurse for their children. Continue reading

14 facts about the present Hachiko
This week on Yu TV you will see a drama that will not leave anyone indifferent - “Hachiko: The most loyal friend.” The film is based on the real story…

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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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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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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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