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American Akita x Rottweiler

July 10, 2014 – 09:10 pm
American Akita x Rottweiler

German shepards are great dogs! They are very intelligent animals and make excellent guard dogs! They have a lot of energy so I m sure they would love to do those activitys with you! Just make sure they get to know your friends and family as puppies. They have a life span nine through thirteen years and have up to five through ten puppies in a litter. Most german shepards get a long fine with other dogs and cats. Rottweilers also make great dogs …

Buy American Akita

July 8, 2014 – 08:41 pm
Buy American Akita

Akita is right. Instead of trying to sway others with dog food opinions (which is like trying to convince an American to change political parties), just go to and see for yourself? Not all food is bad for all dogs. Granted, sure I agree they do not need grain, but if someone s price point is such that they need to buy a food that may have oatmeal, rice or potato, who are we to judge? And protein is a biggie too. Protein content can from 25% up to …

American Akita dangerous breeds

July 5, 2014 – 08:10 pm
American Akita dangerous breeds

The dogs listed below are commonly thought of as the most dangerous dog breeds in the world. Although small dogs can be more aggressive and some seem to enjoy biting ankles, these larger breeds can do a lot more damage if they attack. Most of the dogs listed here were originally bred to guard and protect and a few of them were (and, sickeningly, still are) used for dog fighting. Personally, I believe that any breed of dog can show aggression and act …

American Akita Dogs Pictures

June 30, 2014 – 06:07 pm
American Akita Dogs Pictures

This adult Akita has a calm look in this picture. The American Akita (also just called the Akita) and the Akita Inu are two separate breeds (they became so in 2005). Both originated in Japan. Photo by Feral Indeed! Photo by UTroorat This 3 month old Akita pup has a lot of growing to do! The average mature Akita weighs between 70 and 130 lbs! Photo by Per_Ardua Akitas are naturally dominant by nature and will be happy being the only dog in the household …

American Akita Breeders New York

June 28, 2014 – 05:11 pm
American Akita Breeders New York

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American Akita size Chart

June 26, 2014 – 03:21 pm
American Akita size Chart

Pronunciation AH-ki-ta (proper Japanese pronunciation, with the emphasis placed on the first syllable) a-KEE-ta Inu (preferred pronunciation in the West) Description American Akita AKC Standard Massive but in balance with body; free of wrinkles when at ease. Skull flat between ears and broad; jaws broad and powerful with minimal dewlap. Head forms a blunt triangle when viewed from above. Fault—narrow or snipey head. Muzzle—broad and full. Distance …

Características Del Akita Americano

March 29, 2014 – 10:26 am
Características Del Akita Americano

En sus inicios la historia del Gran Perro Japons es idntica a la del Akita Inu ya que derivan de l. Luego de la II Guerra Mundial muchos Akitas fueron llevados a los EEUU por las fuerzas militares. La raza fascin a los criadores y fue creciendo en nmero y popularidad. El Akita Club of America fue fundado en 1956 y el American Kennel Club acept la raza en 1972. El Club Americano y el Japon Kennel Club no posean acuerdos de reconocimiento de los pedigrees …

American Akita... - Rescue

May 12, 2013 – 09:17 am
American Akita... - Rescue

Are Akitas, and it depends on who you talk to which is the better one to have. Out of wikipedia (Not the best source, but it s true in this case) Debate remains among Akita fanciers of both types whether there are, or should be, two distinct breeds of Akita. To date, the American Kennel Club (AKC),[2] Canadian Kennel Club (CKC) and Australian National Kennel Council (ANKC),[3] guided by their national breed clubs, consider American and Japanese style …