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American Akita personality

March 10, 2013 – 06:58 am
American Akita personality

Hello! My name is Vincenzo Ligambi. I fell in love with American Akita by chance during a journey around Canada in 2001. I decided then that one day I would breed these dogs. I have been breeding American Staffordshire Terrier for 15 years with a lot of sacrifices and satisfaction. My dogs obtained several prizes in national and international shows. The blood line of my dogs goes on taking part to shows and obtains important results. Some years ago …

American Akita pinto

January 13, 2014 – 08:12 am
American Akita pinto

Title :Akita (American) Category: Dogs Originally, the Akita was bred in Japan for dog fight games and hunting. During the breed’s early stages, the Japanese community regarded this dog as a royal pet. Today it enjoys the status of a national monument in the Japan. There are two different types of Akitas, the Japanese Akita was originally the first breed and from the Fdration Cynologique Internationale (FCI) in Japan and in other countries around …

American Akita grooming

February 2, 2014 – 08:53 am
American Akita grooming

Breed Type: Guard dogs Weight: Male - 45 to 59 kg; Female - 32 to 45 kg Height: Male - 66 to 71 cm; Female - 61 to 66 cm Coat Type: Thick double coat American Akita, popularly called Akita, belongs to the mountainous northern regions in Japan. Many countries consider American Akita and the Japanese Akita i.e. Akita Inu as two separate breeds. However, in US and Canada, both are considered to be the same breed, with only a few differences. Still, both …

American Akita training tips

December 28, 2013 – 02:47 pm
American Akita training tips

Body Structure | Overall Appearance Often compared to a Grizzly Bear, this is one large dog. Not quite in the “giant” category, he does come close. Per AKC guidelines, the American Akita does not have a set weight range, but most will be between 75 to 130 pounds if male (34 to 59 kg) and between 70 to 100 pounds if female. (32–45 kg) Height will range from 24” to 28 “ (60.9 to 71.1 cm) tall at the point of the withers. An American Akita will grow …

American Akita Breeders in Alberta

February 11, 2014 – 01:20 pm
American Akita Breeders in Alberta

The largest of the Japanese breeds, the Akita belongs to the Spitz family. He was bred to hunt wild boar, deer and bear. The Akita is 28 inches at the shoulder and loves the outdoors. Akita Breeders: We currently do not have Akita breeders listed with CADF. For more information on the Akita breed, please refer to: Calgary Associated Dog Fanciers 403-259-3265 When you purchase a puppy from a CADF breeder, you are purchasing from a dedicated, conscientious …

Akita Breeders in American

March 1, 2014 – 07:13 am
Akita Breeders in American

Welcome to our home page. We would like to share a little insight into who we are. For many years our home and lives were filled with owning /loving/ showing Yorkshire Terriers, however, since 2005 we have also shared our home and our love with the American Akita, which has become just as much a part of our world and our life as the Yorkies. Our dogs fill every moment of our day and our family life. We have two wonderful children, Gabriel and Jagna …

American Akita x German Shepherd

January 30, 2014 – 10:29 am
American Akita x German Shepherd

Blaze is a 7 year old, male, tan with grey face, he has short hair and is a German Shepherd cross Akita. He is currently in kennels in the South Yorkshire area, after his owner passing away. This lovely older gent is microchipped and vaccinated, however he is not currently neutered, therefore he would need to be neutered within 1 month of adoption in accordance to Cefni Gsd rescue policies. Blaze is a lovely friendly boy and has good basic commands …

Top American Akitas

April 12, 2014 – 06:43 am
Top American Akitas

Just how does the Japanese Akita Differ from the American version? The differences are so great that it is very much like comparing Malamutes to Siberian Huskies. The Japanese dogs are not as large or massive and heavy boned as ours. They are more square in proportion and have a much more pronounced tuck-up. The head proportions are more 50/50 whereas our standard call for a 40/60 (as two is to three) ratio between muzzle and top skull. Our standard …