It’s with a heavy heart we are having to sell our beautiful Japanese Akita named Bleu who is almost 3 years old.
Only recently purchased him. He has a beautiful calm temperament good around children and animals. But our Siberian Husky whom we’ve had for over 2 years since he was a pup will not tolerate him and is aggressive towards him, no matter how much we’ve tried to mix them together.
We want Bleu to go to a home that will give him the love and attention he deserves. Please note if your looking for an aggressive Akita Bleu is not one of them he is a gentle giant and we will want to make sure he goes to a good home.
I can’t be sure of his vaccinations being up to date and am liaising with the previous owner for his microchip details hence the price being low to reflect this.
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