Welcome! 
This is the first page of our Third Generation!
Technically, we're still on our Second Generation but I ran out of room on 
  their web page.  Lord willing Grommet still has a few good years left. 
Last Update;
June 20, 2020
          If you would like to see where this all started click;
                                      First Generation
There you will meet the patriarch and the best friend I've ever had,                     Makato, "Mac" 11/13/1998 - 11/05/2009
First new comer was born in Illinois so she's a Bear fan for sure.             A huge THANK YOU to Samantha and Tokuguay Akitas! 
Click this link to go to "Tokuguay's Ama No Uzume's page".   Ahmee - MeMe.  There you will find her beautiful champion loaded pedigree with links to everybody back 5 generations including photos, accomplishments and health certifications.                                                                                                                                            
***PLEASE SCROLL DOWN TO SEE ANY AVAILABLE PUPPIES***
LITTER #3   Babies Born Dec. 28th, 2019  Tokuguay's Ama No Uzume "Ahmee"  (Ah-me)
                                                                     or MeMe n' Arigato Spring 2020.
Well, Samantha knows what she's doing.  She just sent pictures of her new litter and you'll never guess what I did?  Yup, please welcome the newest member of our family!  I don't know her name yet.  First I have to break the news to Pete and then he'll help me name her.  Click here to see our new friend.   "Tokuguay's Shiyoko"   YoYo     
LITTER #1 Babies Born Nov. 7th, 2018 Tokuguay's Shiyoko - "YoYo" n' Arigato. 
                         The Biblical Litter.
INTRODUCING the new guy on the block.  All the way from Romania!!!
                         "K Domo Arigato Centurion Gladiator"
His name says it all.  "K" is so Alex knows what litter he's from.  "Domo Arigato" means THANK YOU VERY MUCH in Japanese.  And, Centurion Gladiator is the kennel name in Romania.  Thank you very much Alex!!!  We'll call the little guy "Ari" - (R-E)
PUPPIES and PLANNED BREEDINGS!!!
Ari
Abraham @ 8 wks
1st Litter, 3rd G
There are literally hundreds of baby pictures on their sites.  Click the Litter Links above.  Enjoy!  They are very special people!!!
LITTER #2  Babies Born Sept. 20, 2019     YoYo n' Ari
The "Friends" Litter
Rudolf/Turk, from our first generation, Reindeer Litter, actually has a book dedicated to him and this wonderful breed;  "The Long Goodbye" by Vincent Joyce - Turk's human.  Best friends for almost 15 years.  The book is available at "Amazon".
***PLEASE SCROLL WAY DOWN TO SEE "AKITA RESCUE FACTS ABOUT AKITAS***
Not sure where I found this but I know I've been making copies and moving them to each new litter's folder.  Year after year.  Mostly forgetting to give them to my puppy families as intended.  These days more of my pups are going to families who have been here before and this ain't their first rodeo, as they say.   STILL, it's a great refresher and I think everybody should brush up.  If I forgot to give you a copy here it is!  If you've been owned by an Akita you'll be amused and familiar.   
"Facts About Akitas"
by Jodi Marcus, 1985  ARMAC - AKITA RESCUE MID ATLANTIC CLUB
IMPORTANT; very cool announcement!
IMPORTANT TOO;
*The Akita is a Japanese breed and in his native country the Akita has been declared a National Treasure.  An Akita in a home is believed to be a symbol of good health, prosperity and good fortune.  Helen Keller brought the first Akita to the U.S. in 1937.
* Akitas do not bark unless there is a good reason.  When an Akita is barking, PAY ATTENTION.  They are silent hunters who hunt low to the ground without growls or noise, similar to cats.
* Akitas may consider small animals prey and hunt them.  This may include cats, rodents, birds, small wildlife and smaller dogs.  Akitas can be raised to tolerate animals in the residence.  Many adult Akitas can fit into a home where other animals are already established.  It is, however, imperative that the Akita be closely watched around the other animals until you have established a peaceful co-existence.  Chickens, ducks and other birds are a meal for an Akita so do not expect the Akita to befriend fowl !
* Akitas are natural guardians of the home and SHOULD NOT be trained as a guard dog.  When there is a reason to protect family and property your Akita will act to do so.  Guests welcomed in your home when you are present will NOT be welcomed by the Akita when no one is home.  Your gates should be padlocked at all times to protect the Akita and to keep unwelcome neighborhood children from entering and teasing the Akita.
* Akitas can be inherently aggressive towards other animals and for this reason, they should never be allowed to run free or roam at will.  You can exercise your Akita off leash only in a protected area, being sure to follow your state/county/town leash laws at all times.
* Male Akitas show aggression towards other male dogs, and female Akitas usually will not tolerate another female.  There are always exceptions to these rules, but it is safer for the Akita to not mix same sex dogs.  Akitas can live peacefully with opposite sex dogs, although some Akitas prefer being an only dog!
* Some Akitas may be very food possessive around others.  If you have other pets be sure the Akita is given its own food and water bowls and keep these and other treats away from other animals.  Be certain no animal, small children or strangers are allowed near the Akita until its dinner time is over.
* Akitas not raised with children are not always tolerant of them.  NEVER leave an Akita alone with a child even if the Akita appears to love all children.  Accidents can happen with an animal as large as an Akita.  Often Akitas raised with children will tolerate their OWN children but not strange children so it is wise to never leave an Akita, or any large dog, alone with children without adult supervision.
* Akitas do not like being teased and many respond by biting or growling.  Some children treat animals unkindly (some adults are not much better!) and these children should be kept away from an Akita whose large size and hunting instincts can endanger the child's life.
* Some Akitas consider eye contact a challenge and may react aggressively.  It is strongly advised NOT to get down on the Akitas' eye level, close to the Akitas' face or to allow strangers to hug an Akita.  These positions have triggered aggressive responses in Akitas.
* Akitas like to take charge.  An inherited trait from their wolf ancestry and may at some time, challenge you for the dominant position in your family life.  This behavior cannot be tolerated and a consistent correction should be your immediate response.  Akitas with good temperament accept an effective form of discipline for an Akitas.  Frequently, a firm verbal command will be all that is needed.
* Akitas should be obedience trained BY THEIR OWNERS and NEVER sent away to school.  A good obedience class will guarantee you a firm bond with your Akita and a well-behaved Akita in the end.  Remember though, that Akitas are extremely intelligent and bore easily.  They learn quickly so short training periods are suggested.  This keeps the dog from becoming bored.  Akitas are also very stubborn and when the dog thinks its a waste of time to "sit" or "stay" one more time it will simply walk away!  Be sure you are working with an obedience trainer who understands Akita temperament and has patience.  Akitas may respond with aggression if treated harshly.  Do not hit or kick any dog, that sort of behavior means YOU have lost control of the situation.
* Akitas are dogs, and unlike humans, do not have the same short term memory as humans.  Do not discipline your dog hours after an incident.  The dog will NOT associate the discipline with an incident which occurred hours earlier in the day.  If you can see and catch your Akitas getting into mischief, discipline should be firm and immediate for it to be effective.
* Do NOT call your Akita to you for discipline.  That encourages your dog to not come when called.  Do NOT use its name when discipling it, you want the Akita to associate it's name with love and affection, not punishment.  The "come" command is important and someday may be a life saving command for the dog.  Do not jeopardize that safety factor.  Each time your Akita comes to your side, it should be rewarded with praise and love.
* Some Akitas are talkers!  They may grunt, groan and mumble to entertain themselves.  Many Akitas "woo" to greet you and others it loves and still should not be interpreted as growling.  Akita "woo" is an endearing trait and should not frighten you.  After living with your Akita you can easily distinguish between "woo" and growl.
* Most Akitas enjoy carrying things in their mouth, including your hands wrist.  They may take you by the wrist to lead you to the cookie cupboard or to the door for a walk.  It is NOT an aggressive act, it is an endearing trait. 
* Akitas are VERY family oriented and are not happy when kept apart from their family.  If you do not plan on having your Akita live inside your home, you should not consider adopting or buying an Akita.  When left alone in the yard, the Akita will regress in socialization and boredom may cause distructive behavior.  If you want a dog simply as a yard ornament, one made of clay would be just fine!
* Akitas are not usually hyperactive and fit into a sedentary household, but exercise is important so plan on giving your Akita walking time or playing in the yard with your Akita.  Dogs left alone outside simply sleep until you return for them.
* Akitas can live for 10-14 years with good care and proper nutrition.  Feed only a good all-natural food that contains no ethoxyquin or soy and is low in protein. The origin of the Akita is Japan where rice and sea plants are a diet staple and the ideal diet for an Akita.  If possible, they should be fed twice a day to avoid bloat.  Their diet should be supplemented with kelp, digestive enzymes and a multivitamin daily for optimum nutrition.  Obesity is dangerous for many health reasons.  Treats should be carrots, ice cubes, fruit and other vegetables you have found your Akita likes, not cookies and fattening "doggie" treats.
* 90% of all Akitas in  Akita Rescue are affected with hypothyrodism which is easily treated by inexpensive twice daily replacement thyroid hormone therapy.  This condition is often the TRUE existence of the condition.  We have much information about this condition, please talk with us about it.  Thank you and good luck."


"Facts About Akitas"

2nd Litter, 3rd G
Phoebe @ 11 wks
Country Singers
Daddy
LITTER #4   Planned breeding June, It's 06/20/2020 today and Ari and Yo have a date.   She seems excited, him, not so much.  Means a couple more days before the picnic.  Possibly pups on the ground at the end of August, 2020!!!
Eight weeks
Baby EmmyLou and Mama Ahmee.
**No pups until summer 2020**
Litter #3
Litter #3
Litter #3