Akita - The Right Companion

Akita - The Right Companion

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Finally, all of our
favorite dogs - on one DVD! This indispensable visual guidebook is
not just for prospective dog owners, but for dog lovers in
general.

The Akita is docile, intelligent, courageous and
fearless. Careful and very affectionate with its family. Sometimes
spontaneous, it needs a firm, confident, consistent pack leader.
Without it the dog will be very willful and may become very
aggressive to other dogs and animals. It needs firm training as a
puppy. The objective in training this dog is to achieve a pack
leader status. It is a natural instinct for a dog to have an order
in their pack. When we humans live with dogs, we become their pack.
The entire pack cooperates under a single leader. Lines are clearly
defined. You and all other humans MUST be higher up in the order
than the dog. That is the only way your relationship can be a
success. If the dog is allowed to believe he is the leader over the
humans he may become very food-possessive as he tells the humans to
wait their turn. He eats first. Considered a first class guard dog
in Japan, Japanese mothers would often leave their children in the
family Akitas care. They are extremely loyal and thrive on firm
leadership from their handlers. They should definitely be supervised
with other household pets and children. Although the breed may
tolerate and be good with children from his own family, if you do
not teach this dog he is below all humans in the pack order he may
not accept other children and if teased, Akitas may bite. Children
must be taught to display leadership qualities and at the same time
respecting the dog. With the right type of owner, the proper amount
of daily mental and physical exercise and firm training, they can
make a fine pet. Obedience training requires patience, as these dogs
tend to get bored quickly. The Akita needs to be with its family. It
vocalizes with many interesting sounds, but it is not an excessive
barker.
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