The Akita is a large and powerful breed of dog known for its strength, loyalty, and noble appearance. Here's some information about the Akita's health, activity level, and physical characteristics:
Health: Overall, Akitas are generally healthy dogs, but like any breed, they can be prone to certain health issues. Some common health concerns that can affect Akitas include:
It's important to choose a reputable breeder who conducts health screenings and genetic tests to reduce the risk of these and other inherited conditions.
Activity Level: Akitas are moderately active dogs that require regular exercise to stay physically and mentally stimulated. Daily walks, playtime, and mental enrichment activities such as puzzle toys or training sessions are beneficial for this breed. Akitas have a strong prey drive and should always be kept on a leash or within a secure, fenced area when outside, as they may be prone to chasing smaller animals.
Size and Weight: Akitas are large dogs with a sturdy build. The breed standard varies slightly between American Akita and Japanese Akita, but here are the general size and weight ranges:
Japanese Akita (also known as Akita Inu):
Please note that individual Akitas may vary in size and weight depending on their genetics, diet, exercise level, and overall health.
Remember, owning an Akita requires responsible care, including proper socialization, training, and regular veterinary check-ups to ensure their well-being and happiness.
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Breed Avrage Age
Being pet lovers our self, we understand the importance of a pet’s health. All our puppies are at least eight weeks old when they are sent to you. Before your bundle of joy reaches you, he is required to undergo an extensive health checkup by a licensed veterinarian.
To make the initial experience with your furry family member smooth and trouble-free, we make sure that all our puppies are up-to-date on their vaccinations and are insured.
All of our puppies are raised by responsible breeders who consider their pet’s health their foremost priority. We have zero tolerance for puppy mills and all our breeders are pet lovers just like us who are looking for the best homes for their fur babies.