Akita is the national dog of Japan, and its ancestor is said to be a dog called mountain hunting dog. The Akita dog's name is taken from its place of origin-Akita Prefecture, Japan. It used to be a bear hound, but now it has developed into a family dog, a member of the human family, and is deeply loved by people. Akitas are gentle and friendly, calm and brave, sensitive, easy to train, emotional, and extremely loyal to their owners. Smart and witty, with a sense of responsibility, but more hostile to the same species and other animals. If you didn't take it out for social training and contact humans when you were young, it would be more alert to humans. Generally, if you train well as a puppy, you don’t need to tie it with a thick rope when you grow up.
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