The love and devotion of an Akita is undeniable. They are and always will be your protector. After a long
day at work, coming home and being greeted by our dogs is such a welcoming, loving feeling. No matter what my mood, they bring a smile to my face. Each has her/his own distinct
personality: Hoshi is the alpha female, boss of them all. Kodiak is the carefree personality. Life is a bowl of cherries for him. And then there’s Tundra, our baby. The
smallest of the three -- so far -- she is our little red head with remarkable beauty marks. They give us so much love. The bond is hard to describe in words.
These dogs are our best friends, our kids (in addition to our own, of course), our protectors and they
mean the world to us. We feel very safe in our home knowing they are on duty. Our dogs are extremely well behaved and whip smart. They trained quickly and easily and learned every
command in a very short time. They will do anything we ask of them with no hesitation. Their house manners are impeccable, no chewing, no garbage can raiding (even if there is Alaskan
King salmon to feast upon) and they have an amazing calming affect, and loving patience with, out own children and the very young foster children we love and take care