Japanese Akita

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Japanese Akita

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The Kennel Club website description of an Akita: "Although very loyal and faithful to his family, the Japanese Akita Inu is not the dog for every home, and is perhaps not the breed for a first-time dog owner.
Photos released by RIA Novosti on Wednesday show Putin playing with Buffy and his Japanese Akita Inu dog, Yume, on a snowy day outside the Presidentas Novo-Ogaryovo residence.
Birthday boy Jiro, five, a Japanese Akita Inu, was pictured tucking into some treats at his birthday party.
Best buddies Doc, the rabbit, and Duck, the duck, get to know each other even better Six-month-old Snowy after her first haircut and, below, Saffie and Winnie enjoy a cwtch Three-year-old Prince is eager for another walk, while, below, Jack Russell Missey takes a rest Jiro, a Japanese Akita Inu, tucks into a birthday treat
And the dog, an Akita Inu, chased a resident on Upper QuarryRoad in Bradley - the morning after he had reported the animal loose.
In the Utility group, the Japanese Akita Inu is described by organisers as "a large, upstanding, dignified dog, devoted and protective towards his owners, he is also very affectionate".