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Ainu Dog Breed, Breeders, Nature, Information, Temperament and Prices


Dogs are one of the most common household pets all over the world and despite the fact that there are a huge variety of breeds, all with their own characteristics and habits; they are highly regarded for the sense of loyalty and companionship that almost all dogs will provide.



As mentioned before, there are a number of dog breeds that are a result of a number of previous experiments of mating two different breeds to create an offspring that has as many of the parents good habits as possible. The Ainu dog is a dog breed that is originally from Japan and falls into the ‘Spitz” category of dog breed.



It is considered to be a rare sight to spot an Ainu dog breed outside of Japan. The Ainu Dog Breeders are usually found in the confines of the Hokkaido island that it part of Japan.



This is primarily due to the fact that the original Japanese tribe that they had come to prominence with; were slowly pushed onto the island as a result of an influx of other Japanese to the other islands.

Considering the fact that the Ainu dog is a rather rare breed outside the confines of the island country, Ainu dog information isn’t hard to come across. There is extensive information available through sources such as the internet and books in the pet section of your local bookstore. One of the first pieces of information that a prospective Ainu dog owner should heed is that the animal is not suited to apartment life. As an Ainu dog breeder would generally mention when you go to pick up your pup, the animal is relatively active and would do well to have its own large yard. Growing to a height of between 46 to 56 centimeters and a weight of between 20 to 30 kilograms, the Ainu dog breed is largely known for its fearless and determined hunting pedigree. These same traits will also see the animal make a rather fine guardian or watch dog. An insight into the animals hunting skills and fearlessness is the fact that this breed of dog is known to hunt 650 pound bears. However, despite this, the Ainu dog breeds are also fiercely loyal creatures as well as obedient and home loving. Because of the fact that the animals are quite rare – Ainu dog prices can be significantly high in areas where they are not found in a large number.

 
  Submitted on September 5, 2011