He needs a family that is active. He’s a great dog our health has made it impossible to give him the activity he needs. He loves to run and swim. A family with land and older children would be perfect for him. He’s healthy and vaccinated. About 110 lbs of muscle. Full blooded Akita we have his papers
About Akita for rehome
If you are looking for advice on how to do so, here are a few suggestions:
Reach out to a reputable Akita rescue organization in your area. They may be able to take your dog in and find them a new home.
Post about your Akita on social media, especially local pet groups. Be honest about your situation and your dog's personality and needs. You may be able to find a new home for your dog through these channels.
Contact local animal shelters or humane societies to see if they can take in your Akita. While this may not be the ideal solution, it's important to find a safe place for your dog to stay.
Consider working with a reputable dog behaviorist or trainer to see if there are any issues that can be addressed to help your dog stay in your home. However, if you have made the difficult decision to rehome your Akita, be sure to find a responsible and loving new home for them.
Remember, rehoming a pet can be a difficult decision, but sometimes it is the best choice for both you and your furry friend.