Chicago Dog Boarding
At our Chicago dog boarding facility we keep all types of. One of my favorites is the Akita. Akita's are very intelligent, they are excellent guard and they need to be around a very secure family with a lot of character, since these are the same way. This breed does not get along very well with other dominating ; however they can be quite nice to cats. Just like with any big guard , they need to be kept an eye on when around children or strangers. Having an Akita is an intriguing challenge; it's a very potent yet very gentle dog as well as graceful and functional. They are not destructive and you will be happy to find out that they are one of the cleanest of dog breeds in fact they bury their own feces like cats.
An American Akita should weigh anywhere from six to eight kilograms at the age of eight weeks. The females reach their full physical maturity at the age of three, although some develop quicker. The tail curls over their back around the age of four weeks. The ears rise between six weeks to six months of age. Veterinarians will sometimes suggest giving the dog vitamin and mineral supplements until its ears rise completely. This process can sometimes take up to a year though. When this dog reaches its adolescence you will notice how its dominating character begins and they can sometimes become stubborn, so good training is absolutely necessary. Look into getting the appropriate dog trainer because this breed does not do well with aggressive training. Consistency and positive reinforcement is the key to training this dog well. Which are things we offer here in our Chicago dog boarding facility.