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 diet. The European menu is not very suitable for them – these dogs very often have an allergic reaction to chicken, beef, fatty dairy products, wheat, corn and oatmeal.
For feeding puppies of a Japanese dog Akita Inu, boiled Akitas bye with a bowl of sea fish, low-fat cottage cheese, veal, fruits and vegetables are suitable.
Choosing a diet for an adult Japanese dog breed Hachiko better forget about dry food – soy is poorly absorbed by them.
It is difficult for an adult dog of the Japanese breed Hachiko to select a suitable dry food, as soy contained in ready-made mixtures is poorly absorbed by Akita. It is optimal to stay on the feed, which has only one source of protein – fish or duck. The proportion of protein should be a maximum of 26%.
Diseases of Akita Inu
In general, the breed is very healthy, Akita Inu is not susceptible to any characteristic diseases. But among the most common ones, the following can be distinguished:
Acquired pseudoparalytic myasthenia
Bloating or inversion of the intestines
Von Willebrand disease, a blood disorder similar to human hemophilia.
Progressive retinal atrophy
These diseases are not frequent, and as a rule, they successfully undergo medical or surgical treatment.
The guy went to the store, smokes a cigarette. Suitable girl:
– Uncle, hold the puppy, please! Sellers with him
the store is not allowed.
The guy agreed. 15 minutes waiting, 20 … Does not stand, comes
– Excuse me, have you seen a girl here?
“I think,” the salesman says, “she will not come again.” This is the fifth puppy, the last.