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Jul 14, 2015 12:57 |  #1

I have seen other posts for other breeds but none for Akitas! I have also seen photos of others' Akitas, so I know there are others out there.
Post your Akita photos! They can be American Akitas or Japanese Akitas. You don't even need to be the owner.

Let's show everyone why they say "Once You Own An Akita, An Akita Owns You Forever."

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I'll start with a couple of our bear...
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Here is Maximus Decimus Meridius (that his is his actual registered legal name), but we call him Max, Fatimus, Poopbutt, Boo-bear, and Maxy-mus
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I love the photos that show their signature stance and tail.

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And the b&w to show a little more emotion...
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Jul 16, 2015 07:07 |  #2

Nobody yet? I guess I will just post my own photos until someone else contributes. No worries though, I have hundreds!  :p

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Sep 24, 2015 10:12 |  #3

Any Akita lovers/owners out there?! I can't be the only one!
Here's another one then! I think this was taken with a phone but I still like it. He knows hes in trouble!

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Oct 02, 2015 23:03 |  #4

I wish that I had a photo of the first akita I ever saw. It was in Japan and the akita was an enormous male and must have weighed well over a hundred pounds. His leash was a section of hemp rope that was at least an inch in diameter. At the other end of the lead was a tiny Japanese guy, dressed in a yukata robe and sandals. The guy probably weighed less than the dog! It was quite comical but didn't take away from the magnificence of the dog!


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Oct 05, 2015 11:07 |  #5

RPCrowe wrote in post #17730708 (external link)
I wish that I had a photo of the first akita I ever saw. It was in Japan and the akita was an enormous male and must have weighed well over a hundred pounds. His leash was a section of hemp rope that was at least an inch in diameter. At the other end of the lead was a tiny Japanese guy, dressed in a yukata robe and sandals. The guy probably weighed less than the dog! It was quite comical but didn't take away from the magnificence of the dog!

Akitas are an amazing breed. Truly unlike any other bread. They can get up to 150lbs, depending on their parents. Ours is sitting a little heavy at 120. They are very attached to their owner/s. Sounds like that Akita was socialized well and trained properly. The fact that he was not dragging him down the road is a sign of a good owner!


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Oct 18, 2015 18:40 |  #6

My first Akita passed away in 2008 after 14 great years. My second will be two on 1-1-16

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My first Akita passed away in 2008 after 14 great years. My second will be two on 1-1-16
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R.I.P. :-(
2 beautiful Akitas there!

Akitas are a breed of their own. We will definitely always own one!


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Oct 30, 2015 21:30 |  #8

Lets see your Akitas!


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May 19, 2016 12:55 |  #9

My sister's Akita, Miki. She is a 2 year old rescue and a really sweet dog.

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My sister's Akita, Miki. She is a 2 year old rescue and a really sweet dog.

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Beauty!
Thanks for contributing!


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May 19, 2016 13:04 |  #11

love that fist one Blake, its very crisp


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love that fist one Blake, its very crisp

Thanks!
That's a lens I wish I still had.


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May 19, 2016 13:11 as a reply to BlakeC's post |  #13

it was taken with the 55-250 ?


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it was taken with the 55-250 ?

yea the 55-250 STM. it was having issues mounting to any of my cameras and staying connected. i bought it used. sold it to someone else who had no issues w it.
great lens and super sharp. especially for the price!


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Nov 24, 2016 21:41 |  #15

Thank you for this thread. These are our two American Akita's George and Miki.
I am very new to photography. But I love all of he moments I can capture of them.
With time I hope to improve.
http://photography-on-the.net ...showthread.php?p=17​766418 and practice I will improve.

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