Who and why gave Putin an Akita Inu dog named Yume?
Russian President Vladimir Putin during a meeting in Moscow with representatives of the Japanese media showed them an Akita Inu dog named Yume, which was presented to the Russian leader…

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Akita character
Character Akita InuKarakit is a combination of all the positive qualities that are inherent in other breeds. It may seem implausible, but Akita has practically no negative sides of character.…

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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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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 of a dog who became famous in Japan in 1932: for 10 years he had been waiting for his master at the railway station. This dog showed the world what true friendship and loyalty are. Today we will tell 14 interesting facts about the present Hachiko, but we warn you: by the end of the article it’s hard not to cry. 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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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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The Japanese Miracle: Interesting Facts about the Shiba Inu and Akita Inu Breeds
A contented and slightly sly smile never leaves the furry muzzles of these dogs. And how can you not smile from the awareness of your own irresistible? In addition, 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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