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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Hachiko for the champion
Olympic champion Phenchkhana-2018 Alina Zagitova, it seems, will still receive the gift she dreamed of. This is not a foreign car or an apartment. This is a puppy of Japanese…

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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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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 the title role. However, not everyone knows that this is the saddest story in the world is actually real.

Indeed, there was a representative of the Akita Inu breed, named Hachiko Hatiko. He had a master — a professor and scholar, Hidesaburo Ueno, whom the dog accompanied every morning to the station, and in the evening came again to meet the master from work. Continue reading

Akita character
Character traits of this unique dog are not at all difficult to describe, since they are inherent only in Akita and have been preserved by it for many centuries. The…

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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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Akita Colors
AKITA breed is characterized by three main colors, which are approved by the breed standard. The fourth color, til, is recognized by FCI but is not welcome in Japanese breeding.The…

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Dog Breeds: Shiba Inu. Miracle from the Land of the Rising Sun
Continuing my stories about the most interesting dogs, I cannot but introduce you to the rarest breed recognized in Japan as a national treasure. There was a great desire to…

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