Sunday, October 20, 2019

My American Akita, "VenAca".: Creating My Own Designer Dog Foods

My American Akita, "VenAca".: Creating My Own Designer Dog Foods:  I don't fool around, I have several business ventures that all provide a positive flow of money essential to my life.  I'll be br...

Creating My Own Designer Dog Foods

 I don't fool around, I have several business ventures that all provide a positive flow of money essential to my life.
 I'll be bringing to online market my own designer dog foods.


Saturday, October 19, 2019

My American Akita, "VenAca".: My Designer Dog Food

My American Akita, "VenAca".: My Designer Dog Food:  I have an extensive background in food preparation, nutrition and biology and with that, I have become "diet specific" in creati...

My Designer Dog Food

 I have an extensive background in food preparation, nutrition and biology and with that, I have become "diet specific" in creating foods for my American Akita, "VenAca".
 I have reached the point whereas I can control the consistency and color of my puppy's fecal matter. *Anyone with a history in nutrition can interpret what that means.


Wednesday, October 16, 2019

An Akita is an investment

 I need to sell the sports yacht and move back overseas permanently or I'll need a houseboat. "VenAca' should have a girlfriend.


 You can purchase a decent Akita puppy for right around $1000 and for a good one, look to spend from $2500 to $4000.

 I hope you've read at least two Akita "specific" books if you're about to make a purchase.
"Typically an Akita puppy will be skittish and leery of people, loud noises and unfamiliar places, sooner than later you'll have to make a choice.
Socialize your Akita and bring him/her to the level of "friendly" that you feel as though you need "or"...
You can do what I'm doing with VenAca by isolating him to be a guard dog. Either avenue will have its consequences.
The socialized route is a bit less hairy as all good Akitas will protect their owner and family but the Akita will still be a pet. I travel the world and I'm opting for another guard dog.
"VenAca" will need  muzzle before he's 16 months old which inherently has it;s conflicts

I'll be back to add to this post, take care.




Monday, October 14, 2019

I still build websites, blogs & provide SEO services but...

 And I've continued to make YouTube videos and I now have the perfect performer >


Keep an eye on your puppy's growth.


Information about the American Akita



The larger, more heavier-boned of the two types of Akita, the American Akita was developed during the middle of the 20th century from fighting dogs brought back from Japan. Although both the American Akita and Japanese Akita Inu derive from common ancestry there are distinctive differences between two. The most obvious difference aside from size and structure would be coloration, the Japanese style Akita is only permitted to be red, fawn, sesame, white, or brindle; whereas the American Akita is acceptable in all colors. Additionally,  the American Akitas may be pinto and/or have a black mask, unlike Japanese style Akitas where that is not permitted by the breed standards and would be considered an instant disqualification in the show ring. As a general rule, the more heartily built American Akita, in overall appearance is more bear-like, the Akita Inu on the other hand, with its more delicate features

You can find the complete story here: American Akitas



"VenAca" will be my best Akita of the 5

 I don't believe in luck, either God or "the equation of it all" & my Spiritual vortex brought this puppy to me.

 There's a more earthly reason why this puppy will be the best of them all > Being retired and living in close living conditions on a sports yacht has created a relationship unlike my relationships with my other 4 Akitas.
I'm taking advantage of my older age/more relaxed lifestyle to invest in VenAca.

My other pups that I had the joy of having.




















Sunday, October 13, 2019

If you chose to have an American Akita

. I believe that a person should have had at least 3 previous dogs before they attempt to have a successful Akita relationship.
It's also advisable to read about the nature of the breed, here is just one such entry that I recommend >


My American Akita, "VenAca".: I have VenAca on a 50/50 diet

My American Akita, "VenAca".: I have VenAca on a 50/50 diet:  I purchase high quality puppy food for my pooch yet do you know what's in your grocery store food or restaurant food? And neither do I...

I have VenAca on a 50/50 diet

 I purchase high quality puppy food for my pooch yet do you know what's in your grocery store food or restaurant food? And neither do I so I've taken my culinary skills and am cooking balanced meals for VenAca.

This particular prepared food is a combination of chicken, tuna, potatoes, wheat bread, carrots and string beans.


I'm training "VenAca" early on to be a guard & attack dog.



 Before I even begin this blog I must say that my new puppy, "VenAca" was a bit on the expensive side and he was very smart when he arrived at 14 weeks old.

How to Train Your Dog to Attack on Command


1.    Wear a protective glove that covers not just your hand, but also your entire arm. This is a necessary safety precaution to prevent injury.
2.    Sit your dog down. If you have not taught it simple commands like come, sit, stop, run, and stand, then you must teach those first before teaching the “attack” command.
3.    After sitting the dog down, tap it in the face with the glove on your arm. This is a way of irritating the dog and trying its patience. Continue doing this until your dog attacks the glove in anger. (Do you now understand why you must wear an arm-long glove?)
4.    As soon as the dog attacks the glove, say the word “attack” loudly. You are doing this because you want to make your dog understand what the word “attack” really means.
5.    Praise the dog verbally or show it that you are pleased. Though it may not be necessary, reward your dog by giving it some cookies or other treats. But if your dog is often motivated by food and learns faster with treats, then you must offer it some.
6.    Repeat steps 3 – 5 until you are sure your dog has understood what the word “attack” means. You will know this if your dog responds quickly to the “attack” command by attacking your gloved arm immediately it hears the command.
7.    Stand at a short distance away from your dog, and give the “attack” command. See how it responds. If it doesn’t, then repeat steps 3 – 5 many times over. But if it attacks, this shows it’s familiar with the command.

How to Train Your Dog to Attack on Command

8.    Take a break to reward the dog once again for understanding your command.
9.    Repeat steps 7 and 8 for five to seven more times. This is to ensure that your dog has really mastered the command.
10.   Now, it’s time to show the dog how to attack an intruder (or else, every time you say “attack”, it will go after your arm). Get a very big doll or make a caricature human and place it at a distance. Then point towards the “fake” intruder and shout “attack”. Although your dog may attempt coming towards you at first, it will go in the pointed direction once it sees your finger.
11.  Reward your dog with treats or in some other way.
Repeat step 10, placing your fake intruder at various points and pointing at it each time you command your dog. Repeat this until you are convinced that your dog has mastered the command and would no longer come after your arm.
12.   Get someone to act like an intruder (use someone whose face is not familiar to the dog). Tell the person to stand by the door entrance and get ready to shut the door in case the dog ignores the “stop” command.
13.   Point towards the “intruder” and command your dog to attack. If it runs towards the intruder, then it has gotten your message.
14.    Repeat step 13, but while the dog is going for the intruder, shout the word “stop” to see if it will obey. If you’ve familiarized it with the “stop” command, it should stop immediately. This step is very necessary because it teaches your dog that sometimes you may want to stop if from attacking an intruder after initially giving the command.
As a final note, I believe that with these steps, you would successfully transform your dog from a mere pet into a selfless guard dog that attacks only when you want it to.