American Dog FederationThe p

rimary goals of the American Dog Federation encompasses both encouragement and information for those who are interested in titling their dogs in Obedience and or the Conformation  Ring . All dogs
whether residing in the US or out of country competing must be registered with the American Dog Federation before competing.

Titles available:                           American Bully Breed Standard, American Bully Breed standards
Exemplary Canine Citiz
Obedience
Agility  
Personal Protection
Tracking
Temperament Testing /Working Aptitude Evaluation

The American Dog Federation also  includes Herding, Therapy Dogs, Weight Pull Competitions, Dock Jumping (where available) and  Lure coursing (where available)

As a serious owner/breeder/trainer/owner  the opportunity to train and title your dog will be a wonderful and fullfilling experience.

American Dog Federation
PO Box 238
Barryton, Michigan 49305
989-423-9355
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   THE AKITA
        Working Group 1
akita standard



General Appearance: Large, powerful, alert, with much substance and heavy bone. The broad head, forming a blunt triangle, with deep muzzle, small eyes and erect ears carried forward in line with back of neck, is
characteristic of the breed. The large, curled tail, balancing the broad head, is also characteristic of the breed.

Head: Massive but in balance with body; free of wrinkle when at ease. Skull flat between ears and broad; jaws broad and powerful with minimal dewlap. Head forms a blunt triangle when viewed from above. Fault -
Narrow or snipey head. Muzzle - Broad and full. Distance from nose to stop is to distance from stop to occiput as 2 is to 3. Stop - Well defined, but not too abrupt. A shallow furrow extends well up forehead. Nose -
Broad and black. Black noses on white Akitas preferred, but a lighter colored nose with or without shading of black or gray tone is acceptable. Disqualification - partial or total lack of pigmentation on the nose surface.

Ears - The ears of the Akita are characteristic of the breed. They are strongly erect and small in relation to rest of head. If ear is folded forward for measuring length, tip will touch upper eye rim. Ears are triangular,
slightly rounded at tip, wide at base, set wide on head but not too low, and carried slightly forward over eyes in line with back of neck. Disqualification - Drop or broken ears.

Eyes - Dark brown, small, deep-set and triangular in shape. Eye rims black and tight.

Lips and Tongue - Lips black and not pendulous; tongue pink. Teeth - Strong with scissors bite preferred, but level bite acceptable. Disqualification - Noticeably undershot or overshot.

Neck and Body: Neck - Thick and muscular; comparatively short, widening gradually toward shoulders. A pronounced crest blends in with base of skull. Body - Longer than high, as to 10 is to 9 in males; 11 to 9 in
bitches. Measurement from the point of the sternum to the point of buttocks. Chest wide and deep; reaching down to the elbow, the depth of the body at the elbow equals half the height of the dog at the withers. Ribs
well sprung, brisket well developed. Level back with firmly-muscled loin and moderate tuck-up. Skin pliant but not loose. Serious Faults - Light bone, rangy body. Tail: Large and full, set high and carried over back or
against flank in a three-quarter, full, or double curl, always dipping to or below level of back. On a three-quarter curl, tip drops well down flank. Root large and strong. Tail bone reaches hock when let down. Hair
coarse, straight and full, with no appearance of a plume. Disqualification - Sickle or uncurled tail. Forequarters and Hindquarters: Forequarters - Shoulders strong and powerful with moderate layback. Forelegs
heavy-boned and straight as viewed from front. Angle of pastern 15 degrees forward from vertical. Faults - Elbows in or out, loose shoulders. Hindquarters - Width, muscular development and bone comparable to
forequarters. Upper thighs well developed. Stifle moderately bent and hocks well let down, turning neither in nor out. Dewclaws - On front legs generally not removed; dewclaws on hind legs generally removed.

Feet - Cat feet, well knuckled up with thick pads. Feet straight ahead.

Coat: Double-coated. Undercoat thick, soft, dense and shorter than outer coat. Outer coat straight, harsh and standing somewhat off body. Hair on head, legs and ears short. Length of hair at withers and rump
approximately two inches, which is slightly longer than on rest of body, except tail, where coat is longest and most profuse. Fault-Any indication of ruff or feathering. Color: Any color including white; brindle; or pinto.

Colors are rich, brilliant and clear. Markings are well balanced, with or without mask or blaze. White Akitas have no mask. Pinto has a white
background with large, evenly placed patches covering head and more than one-third of body. Undercoat may be a different color from outer coat. Gait: Brisk and powerful with strides of moderate length. Back
remains strong, firm and level. Rear legs move in line with front legs. Size: Males 26 to 28 inches at the withers; bitches 24 to 26 inches.

Disqualification - dogs under 25 inches; bitches under 23 inches. Temperament: Alert and responsive, dignified and courageous. Akitas may be intolerant of other dogs, particularly of the same sex. Disqualifications:
Partial or total lack of pigmentation on nose. Drop or broken ears. Noticeably undershot or overshot. Sickle or uncurled tail. Dogs under 25 inches; bitches under 23 inches