wildlife
Akita Species

Akita

Akita

The Akita is an average sized homely Dog breed, first bred in Japan in the 1600s. As the name suggests the Akita creates from the region in the north-east of Japan. The precise reason for their first creation is still differing upon, as to whether or not they were first bred as fighting or hunting Dogs. Despite this, several favour the hypothesis that this huge breed was bred to assist local persons with the hunting of Wild Boar and Deer. The breed was probably defend them from large carnivores like Bears and Wolves with the clashing of them becoming famous, before people began to providentially lose attention in the sport. Today, they are mostly used to help their holders when hunting and are also a famous overseas breed in western households.
Like a numeral of other Japanese working types, the Akita has a smart double-coat of fur which is consisting of an average length top level and a spongy undercoat to keep them hot. This double-coat of fur can differ in color, and is really also preventing them from expanding hypothermia. They have tough, muscular body that is longer than it is tall.