Japanese Akita puppies
For serious inquiries on a future litter, please read the adoption information below, then fill out our puppy questionnaire. Please note that all fields must be filled out to be considered.
Breeding plans are tentative and subject to change
Interested in adopting a Japanese Akita puppy from us? Please read the following:
Japanese Akita puppies are a rare breed in Canada and the U.S. Acquiring one of our puppies may require a waiting period of several months or longer.
Waiting list: We are selective and work with a waiting list for our puppies. We plan and build our official list a few months prior to the expected litter. Depending on the number of accepted applicants on the list, potential owners may have to wait until the next litter. To get on the waiting list, please read "puppy process", right below.
Puppy process: The first step is to fill out our puppy questionnaire. We will contact you to explain next steps after we receive your questionnaire (all fields must be filled out to be considered).
Choice of puppies: We make the puppy placement decisions based on compatibility between puppy and family, keeping your preferences in mind.
Our commitment is first and foremost to our puppies. We plan our litters with great care and are committed to health, temperament and structure. Our puppies are raised in our home, not in a kennel situation. Our adult dogs also live in our home.
Puppies are sold with a health guarantee and come from health tested parents. They are microchipped, de-wormed, given their first vaccines and are fully vet checked before going to their new homes.
Potential new puppy owners must be 100% prepared to give their puppy a permanent loving home.
As your breeders, we are fully committed to providing support to our puppy buyers for the lifetime of the puppy.
Spay/neuter: Unless you are purchasing a puppy as a show/breeding prospect, all puppies are sold on a spay/neuter contract and are to be altered by 12 months of age, with proof of sterilization provided to the breeder.
Shipping: We do not ship our puppies unless under exceptional circumstances.
In most cases, the Japanese Akita is not a breed recommended for first time dog owners.