Akita Chinese Sharpei Chow Chow Dachshund

September 8, 2014 – 06:46 am

group: mixed breed
height: 23" / 58.42 cmweight: 49 lbs / 22.23 kg name: Marzipan sex: f colors: red/buff with black mask physical traits: elegant, muscular, built for speed & agility (great jumper) breed mixes: Akita, Chinese Sharpei, Chow Chow, Dachshund hair type: combination of long and medium length hair with tufts of very fine, kinky/fuzzy hair on the ears, elbows, feet, thighs and tail, which has a "krimpy" look when wet (a very 1980’s look) personality/
temperament: independent and brave; extremely loyal and protective of her space and people/cat; wary of strangers and strange objects; is very sweet and obedient, but can be willful and saucy (needs firm, gentle handling); will challenge or take up challenges from other dogs readily; strong prey drive; enthusiastic and excellent swimmer; extremely energetic and playful (high energy) maintenance/
special needs: prone to skin irritations and matting, so bathing & brushing on a regular basis is needed nicknames:
Pan, Pan Pan, Marzipants, Marzi identifying traits: unique markings birthday (if known): Talleetetra, her cat favorite activities: swimming, Frisbee, walks, tug game, ball, obedience school, eating,
looking out the window favorite foods: all foods favorite attire: none, she hates to wear anything, including a collar good... Akita Chinese Sharpei Chow Chow Dachshund dog

Source: www.dogsindepth.com

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Ohhhhhh, Akitas??? I LOVE my Akita, BEST

I've HAD: Dachshund (barker, but a lovie girl :) )
German Shepherds (2) both whiny "talkers"
Cock-a-poo (?) I think he was
Schnauzer/Scottie mix ( 2nd best dog I've had )
Yorkie ( Uhhhggggg, POTTIES IN HOUSE ALL THE TIME!!!!!! )
My Akita IS the BEST dog I've Ever had, he's WONDERFUL with my kids. I know this is personal preference, but feelings are gonna get hurt. :(
I'll skip my "dislikes", for fear of hurting any feelings.

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  • Avatar g_fox555 What kind of dog is this?
    Dec 27, 2010 by g_fox555 | Posted in Dogs

    Saw this dog on Dog Whisperer the other day. Would LOVE to know what breed it is. Thanks for any help!
    http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a26/GFox5/IMAG02 …d near another dog that was an Akita).
    Wow...so didn't mean 3 feet. haha. Not sure what I was thinking. It wasp probably knee high.

    Have no clue why I typed that. oops. =D I am leaning towards IG.

    • It looks like a rare dog breed.

      It might be a Minister Pinscher / Italian Greyhound mix but I'm not sure.

  • Avatar James Is a Japanese Akita the Right Breed of Dog for Me?
    May 06, 2013 by James | Posted in Dogs

    I live in a three bedroom apartment with a small sized yard and I've been wanting a dog for a long time now. My dad asked the landlord about the pet policy, and it turns out that a Japanese Akita would be allowed. That b …d, I'm somewhat laid back and not too energetic, but I'm willing to give the dog a 45-and 60 minute walk a day, I have a toddler sister, and I know a lot about dog training, but I don't have a lot of experience doing it.

    • Yes, Japanese Akita, or Akita Inu is a breed in other countries. Only in the US and Canada is it simply called Akita.

      I would be worried about not giving the dog as much exercise as it needs. They aren't …career. There are some wonderful examples of Akitas out there, when bred properly and with the right family. In the wrong situation, you will end up with an aggressive, dominant, unruly dog that has taken over the house.

  • Avatar vagabond Wolf, coyote and fox as pets?
    Feb 10, 2011 by vagabond | Posted in Other - Pets

    Why is it illegal to keep these animals as pets?

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    I am also confused about the fox since it looks like a dog, and some look like cats. Has anyone ever mated a dog with a fox? And why is it illegal to keep them as pets?

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