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7 Tips Every Owner Must Learn About Akita Care

Have you ever known a dog who is completely focused on his duty, which is to protect you and his loyalty? This breed of dog is none more than Akita. Don't expect this breed to be awash with games and fun since the Akita is unlike the Labrador and Golden Retriever, which are both playful dog breeds. The Akita is known for its ability to shield the owner and family from any potential threat. The Akita needs every owner to take certain care starting at the age of a child in order to enable him to develop his full potential as an adult who is well-adjusted. Here are seven suggestions to help you care for your Akita.

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Offer your Akita effective instruction
Your Akita is to be returned immediately , so that the training can start. The same applies to training Akitas from a young age. The breed can be bored quickly and repetitive training isn't very effective for him. Whereas, some dog breeds are taught through a course that is monotonous until they understand what dog owners try to impart. Akita is not a fan of this. He is more effective when instruction is comprised of two commands that are taught in short periods with the training going back and forth between the two commands.

2. Your Akita is expected to interact with other dogs.
The process of socialization should start as soon as possible for your Akita puppy. What is meant by socializing is to allow your Akita be exposed to every kind of experience and situation. The benefit of beginning the process at a young age is that your canine companion will be comfortable with the people that surround him. For instance, you should begin to open your mouth in a gentle manner and then have him examine his teeth to help him become used to having dental examinations. He must get used to being treated by his family. This can be accomplished by instructing your family members to spend time with your Akita so that he will become accustomed to everyone who is near him and bonds with him.

3. Give your Akita crating
It is also important to restrain your Akita puppy, particularly during the early months of his life. This will in teaching your Akita puppy to go where he's only permitted to. This is an essential aspect in the housebreaking process. Your Akita believes that they have the right to roam your home and might feel that he is in control of everything. He is easily manipulated to do damage and make mischief. One thing also which the crates can provide is a sense of safety to the Akita puppy. Akitas love to feel safe in enclosed areas. This feeling will be replicated by the crates you provide.

4. Your Akita is in need of proper nutrition
As with other dog breeds, unlike other breeds, your Akita requires a variety of feeding habits. Wet food is not recommended for your Akita as it expands the stomach of your dog, which could result in digestive problems. In the beginning of the life of your Akita puppy it is recommended that you give him high-protein food to help grow. Combining fresh fruits and dry kibble is a great option to feed him in the following stage. In order to help the digestion system of your Akita to rest, it is suggested that you give him an entire day to go on a fast. A day of fasting each week should be part of the diet plan for your Akita. Your Akita is able to eat fresh vegetables and fruits during fasting. Your veterinarian should be examined often to ensure your Akita is in good health.

5. Give your Akita proper grooming
Your Akita needs to be groomed regularly to avoid skin problems and ensure that he is neat and clean. Cleanse your pet's undercoat regularly to remove any shedding. It is also important to check and trim his nails regularly. To prevent tooth decay and other dental problems, his teeth must be cleaned every day. If your Akita is properly groomed, he will live an e

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