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Elevenpeaks Socialization begins at birth and continues until they are delivered to your family. Puppy Party with Heidi
Elevenpeaks Socialization begins at birth and continues until they are delivered to your family. Our daughters handle our pups daily and maintain the females who are in whelp. When your puppy arrives at your home it will already be used to handling by small children and you can expect a well adjusted pup for your family.
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The Akita is widely known as the Great Japanese Dog. They are the largest among the Japanese Spitz-type breeds. The females weigh 65-110 pounds, and 23-26
inches tall. Males are 83-110 pounds in weight, and stands 25-28 inches. They are powerfully built, evenly-proportioned dogs with distinct features.
The typical Akita has a waterproof, double coat. Their outer coat is rough, straight, and stands a little off the body. The undercoat is soft, dense, and
is close to the body. The hair on their head, legs, ears are short, with long and profuse hair on their tails. The Akita's coat is pure white, brindle,
red, and sesame.
The Akita does not require too much exercise. They enjoy playing with families, and may become bored and vicious when left alone for a long time. They need
regular walks daily to keep them physically and mentally happy, keeping in mind that they should be kept on a leash at all times, and be sustained from
encountering other dogs. High-level activity is not recommended until they reach 3 years of age for they might damage their joints and connective tissues.
Akitas are intelligent, courageous, and spontaneous. They do best with constant human companionship. Akitas should not be left alone for long periods of
time. They are aggressive, and exceedingly protective. Known to be docile and unpredictable when untrained, their domineering attitude is not suited for
submissive owners. Families with young children should know that Akitas get along with very well-behaved older children, but are intolerant of the children
they do not know. If not socialized, some Akitas may become erratic when teased, and may even bite.
The Akita is sturdy, large, and muscular. Their paws are webbed, making them great swimmers. They are sharp, quick, and brave. Akitas are noble, dominant,
reserved, and carry themselves with great dignity.
The typical Akita requires grooming with firm bristle brush daily. Regular brushing prevents matting, and may reduce shedding. Bathing removes the coat's
natural waterproofing, so bathe them only when necessary. Mild shampoo should be used to prevent stripping their coat of the natural oils. Owners should
keep the hair under the paws trimmed to sustain the characteristic of their webbed feet.
Their average life expectancy is 10-12 years. They are susceptible to hip dysplasia, immune and thyroid diseases. Eye, skin, and knee problems are also
prevalent in some. Akitas are said to have low platelet count, making them prone to Lyme disease. Akitas should be well cared for, with regular visits to a
Akitas have very high energy. They are very powerful, protective, and reserved. This type of breed is to be socialized outside of the family at an early
age. They are known to be aggressive with other dogs, and should have obedience training at the earliest. Firm training and early socialization should make
Akitas gentle and loving as with any other breed.
The Akita is silent, reserved, and dominant. They are unpredictable when untrained, but are loyal and loving with family when handled properly.
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Our Past stud Elevenpeaks Simon 120 pounds of handsome. Simon died January 2010 at the age of ten. We have frozen his sperm and plan on using him again in the future with one of his great grandaughters.
Elevenpeaks Samson 150 pounds and is thought to be the largest american bulldog ever to exist.
Elevenpeaks Samson died in our yard April 2008 RIP Buddy we are better for having you as a member of our family
Coming soon !! The Martin Mosa Mastiff a true Canadian work of art.
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