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AMERICAN AKITA RUBYLIGHT KENNEL I SHIBA-INU

CURRENTLY, ARTICLES ARE AVAILABLE ONLY IN RUSSIAN

New article with important aspects of life with a dog. How to avoid loss and what to do if the dog ran away for a walk.

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NEW PHOTOS IN THE GALS GALLERY * IMAGINE DRAGON

New photos in the gallery Gals* IMAGINE DRAGON

Our handsome matured. He is 1 year and 7 months old on the photo.

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Pedigree

AMERICAN AKITA RUBYLIGHT KENNEL I SHIBA-INU

PHOTOSHOOT PUPPIES AMERICAN AKITA. LITTER "B"

The first day of spring met a photo session in the studio. 
RUBYLIGHT BOREALIS, 76 days 
Male for sale.  

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NEW PHOTOS OF AMERICAN AKITA PUPPIES

Puppies of American Akita from litter "B" 47 days. New photos of babies in the first racks.

Date of birth: 14.12.18  3 males and 3 females

Sire: KARIUDOGOYA´S ICARUS WITH PRIDE (imp. Netherlands) 
Netherlands CH / Dutch CH / Belgium CH / German CH 

Dam: SVARGAS OCEAN LOVE

Litter album here

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NAMES OF AMERICAN AKITA PUPPIES FROM LITTER "B"

Puppies of American Akita litter "B" received names. Details here.

♂ RUBYLIGHT BOREALIS
♂ RUBYLIGHT BISHAMON
♂ RUBYLIGHT BENZAITEN
♀ RUBYLIGHT BIYA
♀ RUBYLIGHT BONA DEA
♀ RUBYLIGHT BASTET  

AMERICAN AKITA RUBYLIGHT KENNEL I SHIBA-INU

NEW PHOTOS PUPPIES LITTER "B". WE ARE 21 DAYS

Date of birth: 14.12.18  3 males and 3 females

Sire: KARIUDOGOYA´S ICARUS WITH PRIDE (imp. Netherlands)
Netherlands CH / Dutch CH / Belgium CH / German CH 

Dam: SVARGAS OCEAN LOVE

Litter album here

AMERICAN AKITA RUBYLIGHT KENNEL I SHIBA-INU

NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS!

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AMERICAN AKITA RUBYLIGHT KENNEL I SHIBA-INU

DEVA GOT A CHAMPION!

Great weekend and great end of this year! 
Deva * Zoloto Partii DEVANA GODDESS OF HUNT 
4 * Excellent, 4 * SED, 4 * BOS, BOB 
Closed for this weekend Champions of Russia, Champion RKF, Champion RFLS 
I am so proud of my little redhead! 
Photo: Lana Polyakova 
Handler: Ksenia Morozova
Owner: Olga Dobrynina    

AMERICAN AKITA RUBYLIGHT KENNEL I SHIBA-INU

LITTER "B"

DOB: 14.12.18,  3 females & 3 males

Sire:  Kariudogoya´s Icarus With Pride (Imp.Netherlands)
Netherlands CH / Dutch CH / Belgium CH / German CH
Dam:  SVARGAS OCEAN LOVE

Litter album here


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ON THE SITE APPEARED SECTION "ARTICLES"

In it you can read useful information on nutrition, cultivation, training, handling of American Akita. Article "Do you have a puppy American Akita?" already available for reading! 

It will talk about the first year of a dog's life, the features of physical development and nutrition.

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PREPARATION OF DOGS FOR EXHIBITION

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We tried to collect the most important moments of preparing dogs for the show. We hope it will be useful to you! 

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ANOTHER LITTLE WARM DAY PRESENTED NOVEMBER '18 

Gallery of photos of our Siba-Inu Deva * ZOLOTO PARTII DEVANA GODDESS OF HANT has been updated.

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New article from the series on the intricacies of the exhibition life of American Akita. 

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AMERICAN AKITA  

Akitas are burly, heavy-boned spitz-type dogs of imposing stature. Standing 24 to 28 inches at the shoulder, Akitas have a dense coat that comes in several colors, including white. The head is broad and massive, and is balanced in the rear by a full, curled-over tail. The erect ears and dark, shining eyes contribute to an expression of alertness, a hallmark of the breed.

Akitas are quiet, fastidious dogs. Wary of strangers and often intolerant of other animals, Akitas will gladly share their silly, affectionate side with family and friends. They thrive on human companionship. The large, independent-thinking Akita is hardwired for protecting those they love. They must be well socialized from birth with people and other dogs.

SHIBA-INU

The Japanese Shiba Inu is thought to be an ancient breed and their ancestry can be traced back thousands of years. Evidence of very similar looking dogs have been found on pottery and terracotta pots that date back to the 3th century BC. It is also thought immigrants first took their dogs with them to Japan during the 6000-7000 BC a time when the people known as Jomon-Jin settled in the country during the 1400s BC. These dogs were then interbred with local dogs and the result produced spitz-type dogs that boasted pointed, erect ears and curly tails. With this said, their actual origins remain clouded in the mists of time.

Originally there were three main types of Shiba, each named after the regions where they were first bred. These were the Shinshu Shiba from the Nagano region, the Mino Shiba from the Gifu region and the Sanin Shiba from the north-eastern region of the main land. Although similar, the Shibas from each area contributed to differences seen in the breed today. From these foundation breeds, 6 distinct dogs were developed with the Shiba Inu being one of them.

In 1928, the “Organisation to Preserve the Japanese Dog” was founded with an end goal being to save native breeds from vanishing altogether. The same year, the first dog shows were held under the club's banner and they were an immediate success. However, with the advent of World War II, many Japanese breed numbers fell dangerously low which included the Shiba Inu, but luckily their numbers were restored when dogs were found in the more remote regions of the land which were then used in breeding programmes to save the breed from extinction altogether.

The breed was only called Shiba Inus during the 1920's and by 1936, they were considered one of Japan's national treasures. Numbers fell dangerously low for a second time in the early fifties due to a serious outbreak of distemper. Yet again the breed had to be saved by using two types of Shibas, one being a stockier, heavier boned dog and the other being a longer legged dog found in other regions of Japan.

Today, the Shiba Inu is still one of the most popular dogs in their native Japan both as companions and family pets and it is thought the dogs we see today are a result of the dogs that the Jomon-Jim people crossed with dogs that were imported from China. The breed is gaining popularity here in the UK thanks to their charming looks and their loyal, fun-loving natures although few pedigree puppies are registered with The Kennel Club every year which means owners need to register their interest with breeders if they want to own a Japanese Shiba Inu.



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