Kyuuten Japanese Akita Inu Puppy Application Form
We at Kyuuten take great care where we place our puppies. The information
requested below is to help us to make the transition for the puppy as gentle
as possible from the puppy’s mother to YOU, its new family. These questions
may appear detailed, but we would not be doing our job (in our opinion)
properly without knowing as much as possible about the family the dog/pup
will be spending the rest of his/her life with & be able to advise you
By asking these detailed questions about your home & family members etc,
we can help YOU make the correct decisions on whether a Japanese Akita
Inu is the type of dog that you would really like to join your house & lifestyle.
QUESTIONS TO ASK YOURSELF BEFORE YOU CONSIDER BUYING A PUPPY:
ARE YOU PREPARED TO...
*What will it really cost you, both in financial terms, and in time and energy, to own and care
for a dog, and can you really afford it? This is perhaps the most important question you need to
answer before taking the plunge and buying a puppy. Besides the obvious cost of food, Leads,
collars, etc and training class’s and vet fees,
* Take full responsibility for this dog and all its needs for the next 10 - 13 years? This is NOT a
task that can be left to children!
* Invest the considerable time, money and patience it takes to train the dog to be a good
companion? (This does not happen by itself!!!!)
* Always keep the dog safe; make sure you have secure fences, no running loose near roads or
* Have the patience to accept (and enjoy) the trials of puppy hood, which can last for two to
three years, and each stage afterwards?
* Continue to accept responsibility for the dog despite inevitable life changes such as new
babies, kids going off to school, moving or returning to work?
*Keep the breeder informed and up to date on the dog’s accomplishments and problems? (And
Thank you for completing this questionnaire. Submission of this does not
guarantee that you will be sold a puppy or mean that Kyuuten Japanese
Akita Inu has made any claims or promises as far as their dogs, contracts or
Still we hope that our relationship with you will be one spanning many years
based on the love of the breed.