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Akita
The largest of the Japanese Spitz-type breeds, the Akita, pronounced a-KEE-ta, is a powerful, solid, well-proportioned and distinctive looking dog. Strong and muscular with a flat, heavy head and strong, short muzzle, the Akita has a deep, broad chest and a level back. The dog is slightly longer than he is tall. The head is triangular shaped, broad and blunt. The stop, which is the transition area from the backskull to the muzzle, is well-defined. A shallow furrow extends well up the forehead. The ears are small and erect, carried forward and in line with the neck. The dark brown eyes are small and triangular in shape. The nose is broad and black. Brown is permitted on white Akitas, but black is preferred. The lips are black and the tongue is pink. The teeth are strong and should meet in a scissors or level bite (scissors is preferred by most breeders). The tail is plush and carried over the dog's back. The webbed feet are cat-like. The Akita is double coated. The outer coat is harsh and waterproof. The undercoat is thick and soft, providing nice insulation for the dog in cold weather. Coat colors are pure white, red, sesame, brindle and fawn. The colors should be without clear borders. A black mask is forbidden.
Trivia
  • There are no completely hypoallergenic dogs. All dogs have at least some hair that can attract dander and allergens. Some dogs and breeds attract less than others.
  • Contrary to popular belief, the Poodle did not originate in France. It was originally a German breed used for hunting, water retrieving and even herding. You can see the breed's similarity to other curly-coated herding breeds such as the Puli. Poodle coats will curl and even cord if allowed to grow out.
  • Did you know that In 2011 the Northern Inuit Husky were cast as the direwolves in the first season of the HBO TV series Game of Thrones.

    This breed originates from crosses among German Shepherd Dogs, Siberian Huskies, and a variety of Inuit breeds.
  • Puppies begin getting their adult teeth between four and seven months. They're very likely to chew on things during this period.
  • The world's fastest dog is probably the Greyhound. They can reach speeds of 45 miles per hour. However, Whippet fans claim that their dogs are faster over short distances, able to zig and zag better. Saluki afficionados claim that their dogs are better open-field hunters. All three breeds are extremely fast.

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