The Akita is a loyal breed that has become quite popular thanks to the incredible tale of the world’s most famous Akita, Hachiko, who waited for his beloved master’s train every day for 9 years after its owner unexpectedly passed away. Through this tale of dedication, combined with their beautiful coats and adorable facial expressions, the Akita’s undeniable popularity continues to grow.
As the practice of breeding designer dogs is expanding, the Akita has become the preferred choice for mixing with other breeds. Designer dogs are descendants of two different pedigree parents. In today’s article, we’ll take a look at 18 different design breeds that have been bred by mixing Akita with another breed.
As a general rule, you should be selective with your Akita parents to make sure the correct lines are used for mixing so they are not overly protective puppies. When mixed correctly, the Akita is a great option for a couple as a designer dog.