03 February 1987 – 31 August 2000
Our first Akita was a tireless hunting dog, but at home
he was the quiet “little bear”.
von Nobara Ken,
11 January 1989 – 24 May 2002
Ajia was deeply devoted and followed us everywhere
without a leash.
She loved stealing our rabbits` dry bread. She was the
„leader“ of the pack and got on very
well with other dogs.
go no Shatsuko (RufnameTaru),
08 March 1994 – 05 March 2004
When Taru came to us at the age of 8 weeks, our two
“older” Akita were not very amused. They had never
experienced such a bundle of energy before. She had so
much power. However, gradually the 3 grew together and
became an insepa-rable team. As time went on even Taru
became a quieter and more pleasant part of the family.
Sadly she had to be put to sleep after only 10 years as
she was terminally ill with intestinal paralysis.
25 July 2005 – 09 February 2006
I picked up Kisaki from Texas when she was 4 month old.
She was a very dainty and typical puppy. At the
beginning she was very playful and we didn´t notice
anything unusual in her movements. However after some
time she had problems with walking.The x-rays confirmed
our worst fears and showed a deformity in the joints of
fore- and hindlegs. We made a very difficult decision
and that was not to wake her up from her anaesthesia.