Breed Review: Akita Inu (19 Pics)

Japan is one of the most incredible, mysterious countries of constant progress, contrasts, distinguished by many different assets of a national character. One of the most famous today is the Akita Inu dog breed, which is popular all over the world.

There are a lot of films and books devoted to the topic of friendship between a man and a dog, but undoubtedly one of the most memorable is the story of Hachiko – the same dog who, even after the death of its owner for several years, came every day to one of the stations of the station, where he was waiting for his a master who has already died.

On the territory of the state, the dog quickly became a real national treasure, and all over the world today it acts as a symbol of incredible devotion to its master.

Below you can read a more detailed description of the Japanese Akita Inu dog in order to decide whether such a new friend is suitable for you and all members of your family or not, and it is worth looking for another breed.

#1 Conventionally, all breeders divide Akita Inu puppies into two main types.

The first of them today include the Americans, and the second, respectively, the Japanese. Japanese Akita puppies come in only a few colors, but the American Akita, surprisingly, can wear wool of almost any color, from black to snow-white.

#2 In addition, there are options when the American variety of the breed has a uniform mask on its face, for example, and the dog’s fur coat is a little spotty.

Even outwardly, two varieties of the same breed are slightly different. Mostly these differences relate to the shape of the dog's head.

#3 Akita of Japanese origin may resemble a fox to many, since the muzzle is elongated, but in the American Akita, the shape of the skull is always pronounced blunt.

Alice White

Written by Alice White

Alice White, a devoted pet lover and writer, has turned her boundless affection for animals into a fulfilling career. Originally dreaming of wildlife, her limited scientific background led her to specialize in animal literature. Now she happily spends her days researching and writing about various creatures, living her dream.

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