Before you choose to bring an Akita home, please look at the video below to make double sure you are choosing the right Breed for you and your Family.The Akita is not a Breed for novice dog lover's it is a breed that need's strong handling and training from the first day you take them home,all to often Akita's end up unwanted pet's in the pound or worse and all because some people liked the way they looked.Think! before you take an Akita home.

 What you need to know about a Starchaser Akita Puppie

 When we have Puppie's, from the moment they are born they are reared indoor's in our home, as we feel this method help's with early socializing.Each Puppie get's a custom to new voice's and sound's etc......,also we believe this method give's each Puppie the confidence to embrace every new challenge they may encounter as they grow.The result of a house reared Akita Puppie is a very happy,content,confident,outgoing,well socialized Akita,after this it is up to the new owner to continue with what the Puppie has already learned and help them progress further and nurture them into a well mannered Adult.All  Puppie's go to their new home's between the age's of 10-12 week's old.Puppie's will be I.K.C REG, Microchipped,Vaccinated,Wormed and Frontlined and Health checked by a Vet and 6 weeks free Pet Insurance and also with a contract.Each Puppie will take with them, their own Puppie pack to include Husse Puppie food and diet need's and information about your new Puppie.We will not let our Puppie's go to a home where they will be left on their own all day, as it is not an enviroment Akita Puppie's thrieve in.We will not sell a Puppie to anyone that has not researched the breed or posse's prior knowledge of this breed.All potential new owner's will be checked as we only sell to good show or pet home's.When our puppie's go to their new home's, their new owner's leave with peace of mind that we will be there for them, from Puppie stage straight through to Adulthood we are alway's at the end of the phone and will alway's help in whatever way we can.If for some unforseen reason you are unable to keep your dog we do ask for the dog to be returned to us, as we do not want our dog's ending up in the wrong  hand's.If you really want an Akita for a pet please consider taking a longcoat as they do make fantastic pet's and also tend to be more docile in temperament, thus making them an ideal first Akita for newcomer's to this breed.We do also ask anyone that want's to purchase an Akita from us to fill in our puppy form,see the copy below.We will forward the form through email when needed.
 

 

Starchaser Akita's Potential Puppy placement Client Information

 

Thank you for your interest in our dogs.  We would appreciate you answering the following questions so that we can more easily select the right puppy for you.  All information is confidential.  Thank you for your cooperation in answering our questions.

 

Name___________________________________________________________________

Address_________________________________________________________________

City____________________________________  State _____________  Zip  __________

Home Phone ________________________  Work Phone  __________________________

Children in household ______________________________  Ages _ __________________

Do you live in an apartment or a house?____________________Do you have a fenced yard

Size and Height of fenced area________________________________________________

Do you have any other pets? If yes, what types and breeds, are they intact or altered________

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Have you ever bred a litter of dogs before? If yes, what kind and how many?______________

Have you researched the Akita breed?___________________________________________

Do you own any other Akitas male or female?_____________________________________

Where will this Akita spend most of its time? Outside, inside, crate, or a run?______________

Are you planning on attending any obedience/training classes with your Aktia?_____________

Do you prefer a male or female?_______________________________________________

Are you looking for a Show quality or a Companion puppy?__________________________

Do you plan on breeding this Akita?____________________________________________

What specific traits do you want in your Akita? Color, size, structure, etc________________

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Have you ever had to place your dog or give it back to the breeder? If yes, what were the     

Circumstances? ___________________________________________________________

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Why are you interested in obtaining one of our Akitas? ______________________________

Are you familiar with the characteristics and temperament of the Akita?___________________

Please use below to add any other information you wish us to consider in placing one of our Akitas with you.  We would appreciate it if you would give us a little insight into the expectations you may have for this new addition to your family. 

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Please provide pictures of your home and/or where the puppy will live.
Thank you again for your interest in our dogs

Signature  _________________________________  Date  _______________________
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 Training your Akita Puppie

 

Your Akita's primary training should begin when it is a puppie. You must remember that this cute, cuddly ball of fur will soon grow into a powerful adult weighing as much as 120 pounds. At which size do you think it will be easier to teach them to obey you?

Beginning puppy training should include:

1. Housebreaking
2. Homing to you when called
3. Learning not to jump on people or furniture
4. Learning to release objects from its mouth on command
5. Learning to be gentle with its mouth
6. Socialization with others (both dogs and people)
7. Learning to share its food and toys

These training goals should be incorporated into a consistent daily routine where you teach the dog what is expected of him and then you enforce the rules through a balance of correction and praise. You will be amazed how quickly your Akita can learn what is expected of him as long as You are consistent and firm. Remember, you do want to train your puppie but you don't want to break his spirit. Stick to teaching these basic behaviors until your dog is about 4-6 months old. Then you can go on to the more advanced behavior training. They are able to learn very quickly and can be trained to perform a large number of tasks. Because of their great intelligence, however, Akitas won't be happy if left alone in a pen or in a house all day.

It is imperative that your Akita learns to respect you as its leader before it attains full size. This is one of the major problem areas for many Akita owners. Many of the puppie behaviors which we humans consider cute are actually challenges by the dog to determine who will be the leader. If you learn to recognize these behaviors for what they really are, it will be much easier to gain and maintain his respect. One example is playing tug-of-war with your Akita puppy. We humans think of this as a cute game, however, your dog thinks of it as an opportunity to use its teeth, mouth, and strength to take something that it wants away from you. Perhaps this doesn't seem too serious with a small puppie, but what happens when you're holding something that your 120 pound adult male Akita wants?

You must also teach your Akita to respect each member of your family. You do not want a dog who obeys you but becomes unmanageable when you are not around!

Body language is critically important to dogs. A perfect example of this is letting the dog sleep in your bed with you. While we humans consider this an act of affection and love, the dog interprets this as weakness in his owner because the dog is now at an equal level. If the dog is made to sleep on the floor beside the bed, he will still feel the companionship, but he will also realize that he is subordinate to his owner.

Akitas are known to be dog-aggressive. This means that many Akitas will show intolerance toward other dogs(especially if that dog is of the same sex). This is all the more reason why you must start a consistent training program as soon as possible. An Akita who is well trained for self control and obedience is a lot less likely to create a problem than one who is left unsupervised all day and who is not taught to obey its owner.

Boundary-control is an often overlooked area of dog training, yet it can save your dog's life! All dogs should be trained not to go through doors or gates without their owner's permission (this includes car doors and street curbs too). Believe it or not, this is not that difficult to teach them!

If you already own an Akita and you are beginning to have problems with behavior and obedience, do not despair! Even adult Akitas can be trained to obey, it just takes more time and energy on your part. This is where the services of a professional dog trainer should help immensely. If you do choose to use a professional trainer, be sure he has had a lot of experience with Akitas. He will be able to help you interpret your dogs' behavior problems and determine the best way to solve them.

 
The Ten Commandments A Dog's Voice


1. My life is likely to last ten to fifteen years. Any separation from you will he painful for me. Remember that before you buy me.
2. Give me time to understand what you want of me.
3. Place your trust in me-it's crucial to my well-being.
4. Don't be angry at me for long and don't lock me up as punishment. You have your work, your entertainment and your friends. I have only you.
5. Talk to me sometimes. Even if I don't understand your words, I understand your voice when its speaking to me.
6. Be aware that however you treat me, I'll never forget it.
7. Remember before you hit me that I have teeth that could easily crush the bones of your hand but that I choose not to bite you.
8. Before you scold me for being uncooperative, obstinate or lazy, ask your self if something might be bothering me.
Perhaps I'm not getting the right food, or I've been out in the sun too long, or my heart is getting old and weak.
9. Take care of me when I get old; you, too, will grow old.
10. Go with me on difficult journeys. Never say, "I can't bear to watch it, or, "Let it happen in my absence."

Everything is easier for me if you are there.

 

Remember, I love you.

 


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