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The name of the famous loyal Akita
The most common JKC/FCI accepted colour of the Akita
The second most common JKC/FCI accepted colour of the Akita
The rarest still existing JKC/FCI accepted colour of the Akita
The practically vanished, but still official JKC/FCI accepted colour of the Akita
The two other colours the first Japanese breed standard (1938) also included
The name of the original Akita that was used for hunting big game
The former name of the Akita used until 1931
The breed that probably has caused a long-haired variety to occur among Akitas
The name of the strait or bloodline which was born after the WWII (the 'fighting' type)
The name of the strait or bloodline which was born after the WWII (the 'herding' type)
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The name of the original Japanese breed registry
The official FCI name of the larger and heavier breed developed in the US
The official AKC accepted colours of the Akita
The four officially recognized Shika-Inu breeds (in alphabetical order)
The breed that was also declared as a national monument a little before the WWII, but is nowadays extinct
The breed that is almost always white
The breed that can have a blue tongue
The breed of which only colour is sesame
The breed of which only colour is brindle
The official size category of the Shiba (not the exact cms/inchs, but just the size classification)
The name of the typical marking on Japanese spitz breeds, except their white individuals

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