Top 10 Japanese dog breeds

There are top 10 Japanese dog breeds. These Japanese dog breeds are treated as Japan’s national dogs.

When it comes to Japanese dog breeds, most people think of Shiba or Akita only, but Japan has so many more wonderful dog breeds. We have brought together the top 10 Japanese dog breeds.

Here we’ll share all the details of each of the 10 Japanese dog breeds, plus give helpful information to people who want to have a Japanese dog.

In Japan, these dog breeds are legendary. We believed that the first domesticated dogs arrived in Japan. In geography and isolationist principles allowed the dogs to remain essentially unchanged for thousands of years.

Below, we’ll cover all of the top 10 Japanese dog breeds that are a part of the Nihon Ken, as well as a few other breeds.

Since ancient times, the Japanese have cultivated “inu” or dog breeds. These dogs were historically responsible for hunting wild boar to serving as lap companions for society’s most affluent members. According to the Japanese Dog Preservation Society, 10 indigenous breeds are “Nihon Ken” or Japan’s national dogs: shibu inu, Akita, Kai ken, Kishu, Shikoku, and the Hokkaido.

The Japanese people are proud of their dogs and bestow honors and praise on them.

  1. Akita Inu
  2. Hokkaido inu
  3. Japanese chin
  4. Japanese spitz
  5. Kishu
  6. Kai ken
  7. Tosa inu
  8. Shiba inu
  9. Sakhalin husky
  10. Shikoku ken
  1. Akita Inu:-
The Akita is a huge dog breed that originated in northern Japan’s mountainous regions. Akita comes in two varieties: a Japanese strain known as the Akita Inu or Japanese Akita, and an American strain known as the Akita or American Akita.
Life expectancy: 10–15 years
 

2. Hokkaido Inu

The Hokkaido is a medium-sized, firmly developed canine. They have longer, thicker coats than the different Japanese varieties, and moreover have extra substantial chests and greater modest ears. Like all the Nihon Ken, they have a twofold coat comprised of defensive, coarse exterior gatekeeper hairs, and a fine, thick undercoat that is shed occasionally. The range comes in a few tones: white, red, dark, mottle, sesame, and wolf dim. With early preparation, the Hokkaido is a committed and dedicated companion who wishes to fulfill his human family. They are relatively clever pupils and trouble solvers, and they dominate at undertakings given to them
  • Height: 18-20 inches
  • Weight: 44-66 pounds
  • Life Expectancy: 12-15 years

3. Japanese chin

 

The Japanese Chin, is the Japanese Spaniel dog breed of Japan, is a dog whose eyes are strabismus.
life: 12–14 years

 

04. Japanese Spitz

The Japanese Spitz dog is a small and medium type of dog breeds. They’re active, loyal, and familiar with the family and smart dog breeds & They’re good with children, too. These dogs breed live the longest life 10-16 years.

Lifespan: 10 – 16 years

Color: White

Height: Male: 30 – 38 cm

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