Takuya's name means 'pathfinder', 'forerunner', or 'pioneer'. This STUNNING Longcoat Japanese Akita male gets attention wherever he goes and he knows it! Takuya wants to be the leader and must have a strong and breed experienced human or adult couple to keep him balanced. He should be the only child and pet in the family since he dis not appreciate sharing his toys, food, or even water and can be challenging unless you offer something better in trade. He may consider living in a home with a large breed submissive female but definitely cannot live with other male dogs. He is non-reactive to other dogs on a leash and will play with them on the other side of a fence but he is territorial and does not want to share space with other animals, so a multi dog household and off leash environments are not for him. Due to his size, exuberance and resource guarding he should not live with or be around children; Takuya wants all the toys and attention for himself. Potential adopters must have patience and dedication or a great relationship with a groomer willing to deal with an extremely furry extra large dog who will only tolerate so much grooming before he becomes antsy and rambunctious. Please submit your application today and let us know how you can provide an excellent home for Takuya.
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