A friend of mine found this baby girl at a dog park at his work. She was tied up and left overnight. I brought her home with me and I'm determined to find her a forever home. She's not microchipped. Appears to be in decent health aside from being a bit skinny. I do think she has a bladder infection as she's been peeing very frequently. She looks to be about 7 or 8 months old. I don't think she's a pure bred Akita. She looks to have either Husky or German Shepard in her as well. She's really a sweet dog from what I can see so far. She's not barked at all and hasn't made so much as a whimper while I've had her. She walks well on a lead and seems to be trained somewhat as she can sit and shake. I can't speak to any vaccinations she may need or how her behavior is with kids animals etc. I do know that I have 2 dogs and she didn't take too well to them so I've kept them separated which is essentially why I can't keep her sadly. I think she would do best in a home as an only dog or possibly with younger dogs like her. She's still a pup but she's a big girl already. Her coat is beautiful and very soft. In the right home she's going to thrive.
About Akita Male
Akita males are a breed of dog known for their strength, courage, and loyalty. They are a large breed, typically weighing between 70 to 130 pounds and standing at 24 to 28 inches tall at the shoulder. Akitas have a thick double coat that can be a variety of colors including white, red, brindle, and sesame.
Akitas were originally bred in Japan for hunting, guarding, and fighting purposes. They have a strong and independent personality, which can make them a challenge to train for inexperienced owners. However, with consistent and patient training, they can become well-behaved and obedient companions.
Male Akitas can be especially protective of their families and territory, which makes them excellent guard dogs. They are also known for being reserved around strangers and can be aggressive towards other dogs, so early socialization is important.
Overall, male Akitas can make wonderful and loyal pets for experienced owners who are willing to provide them with the proper training, exercise, and socialization they need.