Roka & Glacier
Glacier & Roka are white akitas. Glacier was adopted from her previous pack leaders from Billings, MT. They had to move and could not take her. Roka was found trying to play with children at a school playground in Northern Idaho. Roka's name means "white crest of the wave" in Japanese.
90lbs at 9 months and still going... the ultimate gentelmen and guardian. good with cats, dogs, and even kids... no so big on strange adults, but warms quickly if properly introduced. Overall a big sweet bear and an akita i will always have!
this is shogun & blueboy, the A-TEAM
This was my baby for 10 1/2 years, He was so special and will always be loved and never forgotten. He had never been sick at all...was in perfect health, and died unexpectly while being boarded at his vet while I went on vacation. He died the first night there. This has been so hard for me. I would give anything just to have Chance back. I miss him dearly.
Raised him since he was two weeks old. He is my friend and cofidant and my protector.
Okie and Fanny
Okie is the silver and Fanny is the red. Okie competes for our attention and has to be up close and personal. Fanny is the thinker and learns new tasks fairly easily. They are great together. I highly recommend getting a sibling pair if you have the room and the patience!
This is Amber, she's nearly 3 years old.
This is Luna again lol. I love her... she is 100% pure breed Akita.
This is Luna my baby, she is 1 year old. She is very stubborn and she gets her way.
She is crazy and we love her very much.