Xtreme Akitas kennels – Akita Inu Breeder in Delaware

The owner of Xtreme Akitas is the Hobbie family, who started raising Akitas in 2006 and takes care of them like children in their family. At Xtreme Akitas, all dogs are given a name and grow up in the best possible physical, temperature and facility conditions. They have separated cages, wide grass yard that allows them to play freely with everyone. In order to improve their ability to react as well as team spirit, Xtreme Akitas puppies have the special training with rugby.

Xtreme Akitas kennels - Breeder in Delaware. Akita price in Delaware

You can view information about the price and pedigree of Xtreme Akitas in Our Kids section. Dogs are only sold when they are enough 8 weeks old.

Akita Inu temperament. Japanese & American Akita characteristics

The Akita, or the Akita Inu (in Japanese, “Inu” means “dog”), is a large &  powerful dog breed, declared Japan’s national treasure and national dog by the Emperor of Japan. The Akita is the most loyal dog in the world, with many other fine qualities unique to this breed. In this article, we will share with you details about characteristics & temperament of purebred Akita Inu. 

Akita Inu temperament. Japanese & American Akita characteristics

Purebred Akita characteristics

The Akita is classified as a Spitz dog, characterized by its large size, double coat, strong body, muscles and endurance. A grown up American Akita has a height of 60 – 70 cm and a weight of 35 – 55 kg. The Japanese Akita is smaller, only 45-60 cm tall with a weight of 25 – 40kg. Akitas have a strong, firm and muscular body. The proportion of their length, height and head is perfectly balanced, giving them an elegant and noble appearance.

The origin of the Akita Inu. Japanese, American Akita history & origin

The origin of the Akita Inu

The Akita Inu is named after Akita prefecture in northern Japan, which is believed to be the origin of the breed. Akitas appeared at least 2,000 years ago and were once noble dogs, only raised by the Imperial Family and other noble families for hunting purposes. Their most common prey is birds. The largest and most powerful Akita dogs are used to hunt large preys, including wild boars, deers and bears. After 1600, instead of hunting, they were used as a symbol of power and prosperity for the Imperial House of Japan.

Akita Inu History

Akita Inu before 1945

For almost 2000 years since its first appearance, the Akita has been known only in Japan. Akita exports are strictly forbidden as they are considered Japan’s national dog and the symbol of the Imperial Family. Despite their absence outside of Japan, their reputation spread throughout the world in the 1920s thanks to a dog named Hachiko.

Japanese & American Akita dog price range. How much are akita puppies

Akita, or Akita Inu (in Japanese, “Inu” means “dog”), is a precious and rare breed of dogs originating from Japan; Akita has been considered as one of the symbols of this country. Akita has been known for their brave, physically powerful, calm, dignified, clean, quite (seldom barks), and especially loyal attributes. At present, Akita dog price in America is quite high (usually not below $600) due to their relatively lower number compared to other breed of dogs. The Akita price popularly ranges from $700 to $1,600. In special cases, Akita puppies with completely pure breed or with parents won in competitions could cost up to $4,000.

Akita dog price range. How much are American Akita puppies?

Different Akita price ranges

Based on above mentioned factors, Akita prices are usually classified into following price ranges.

$700 – $1200

This price range is usually for normal, untrained Akita puppies born in normal families or offered by amateur breeders. Akita puppies offered within this price range are suitable for house and farm keeping, hunting and related normal purposes.

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