Akita Mixes – We Show You The Full Range

Akita Mixes – We Show You The Full Range!

In the past few years there have been many news stories about the increase in AKITA mixes. There are several reasons why this may happen:

1) AKITAS ARE FAST AND LOVELY MIXES WITH A LOT OF PUPPIES.

2) THE AMERICAN AKITA IS NOT AS STRONG AS IT SHOULD BE IN ITS HEALTHY STATE.

3) SOME PEOPLE WANT TO KEEP THEIR OWN CUSTOMS OR THEY DON’T LIKE OTHER DOGS.

The American Akita is one of the most popular breeds in the world, but it seems like its health status has deteriorated over time. This breed was once considered a very strong dog with a good life expectancy. However, nowadays some people don’t want their own dogs to look too much different from other dogs so they keep them purebreds or mixed breeds. Some people think that these types of dogs are not as intelligent as purebreeds and therefore do not need any special care.

They believe that all dogs should be treated equally and that they shouldn’t have to pay extra money for something they already get free at the shelter.

The problem with these types of people is that there are several things that they fail to see. For example, if you want a dog to be healthy, fit and strong then you need to provide it with the things it needs.

If you’re not willing to spend money on your dog then why the heck did you get one?

You also need to provide your dog with mental stimulation and exercise. It is true that they do get a lot of physical activity every day, but just because you are active doesn’t mean that your dog is. They need to play, run, fetch, tug-of-war, walk for long periods of time, hike, jog, etc.

The other problem with these types of people is that their dogs suffer from very poor genetics. Most people don’t know any better because they have been brainwashed into thinking that all dogs are created equal. They believe that it doesn’t matter if you have a purebreed or a mixed breed as long as you love them, but this is far from the truth. If you want a dog to be HEALTHY, FIT an STRONG then you need to make sure that its genetics are on your side.

There are a few other factors at play too. There are several people who have mixed breed dogs because they don’t know any better and they don’t care to educate themselves. These people probably don’t even know that their dogs could have genetic health issues. They probably just think that all dogs get sick sometimes regardless of what you do.

But the ones who do know better and are still mixing dogs are just the worst of the bunch. They don’t care about their dogs and they probably don’t even like them. All they want is a cute, cuddly dog that matches their outfit and will attract attention from everyone else. They probably only got the dog because they felt lonely or they saw it on social media.

If you are one of the people who has a purebred dog or a mixed breed then you should be glad. At least you are doing something to try to give your dog the best possible chance at living a long and happy life. However, there is no such thing as a perfect dog and no such thing as a perfect owner. The best thing you can do is educate yourself on these dogs so that you know what to expect and what is normal.

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Dogs need love and affection just like they need food and water. Without any of these things they will die. It’s just up to you whether your dog lives or dies.

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