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Hi they're sorry to be posting this but I've got my 12 week old Japanese akita boy puppy for sale due to me moving home im unfortunately unable to keep him so I'm looking for a forever and caring home for him to go too hes really playful and loves his toys has been fleed wormed ect will be looking for a genuine home thats going to look after him dearly
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Is the Japanese Akita Inu the right pet for your lifestyle? Read our Japanese Akita Inu Dog Breed Information. It is important to consider these facts to help you decide whether you are ready for long-term pet ownership.Japanese Akita Inu Breed Information
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