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Akita (Pet Love)

Andrews, Barbara J., Purnell-Carpenter, Meg

Editore: Interpet Publishing, 2001
ISBN 10: 1903098874 / ISBN 13: 9781903098875
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Titolo: Akita (Pet Love)

Casa editrice: Interpet Publishing

Data di pubblicazione: 2001

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Riassunto: Recognized as a "Natural Monument" in Japan and hailed in America and England as a dignified and courageous guard dog and companion, the Akita has fascinate man for thousands of years. The largest of the Japanese spitz breeds, the Akita is a strong-minded, strong-bodied canine with a naturally dominate air and an aloofness that is all his own. For the right owner and family, the Akita offers rewards beyond expectations, as he enlightens, entertains and protects the humans he so devotedly adores.

Written by the top two Akita experts in the Western world, Barbara "BJ" Andrews of the O’BJ kennels in North Carolina and Meg Purnell-Carpenter of the Overhill Kennels in Bristol, England, this book offers Akita owners decades of experience in the breed that cannot be matched. Both Mrs. Andrews and Mrs. Carpenter have bred, raised and shown champions and are counted among the most respected professionals in the international dog fancy.

This book provides fascinating information about the breed’s origins in Japan, its importation to the US and UK, the breed’s character and standard, as well as puppy selection, feeding, obedience training and housebreaking and health care. In addition to an authoritative, comprehensive text, this book presents over 135 photographs in full color, which prove to be as informative as they are attractive.

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