JAPAN’S RARE DOG BREEDS – NIHON KEN

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Brad Anderson is back again with more of his wonderful canine friends. Brad as you should know by now is a breed conservationist, specializing in rare breeds of Japan. Breeds like the Kai Ken, Hokkkaido Ken, Kishu Ken, and Shikoko Ken.

32 thoughts on “JAPAN’S RARE DOG BREEDS – NIHON KEN

  1. Christian Brown

    Can I buy some Japanese dogs off of you or know where to get some? I am very serious, I have game breed pit bulls right now but I want make it four, I would love to have a male Japanese Kishu and a female Tosa Inu at the moment.

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  2. Seth Herron

    brad thank you for the work with my favorite dogs I grew up with Akita's my whole life……that being said this breed is unfortunately being "bottlenecked" it has been years since I have seen true akita ken in the USA besides it's coat the size is severely exaggerated. thanks

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  3. cypresspeter2008

    In WWII, the Japanese military tried to eradicate the jindo gae (jindo dog). They slaughtered the jindos for their fur for the Japanese military. Yet, the military also took some jindo gaes to Japan to strengthen their bloodlines. Jindos help strengthen akita and shiba bloodlines.

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  4. ThankDogs

    I appreciate what you're trying to do. As much as I love most things Japan and adore dogs, I'm not into the Japanese native breeds. I much prefer the Molosser breeds over the Spitz type, and oddly, even the Tosa is towards the bottom of my Molosser loves.

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  5. Noel Molina

    What is the purpose of this breed? Why is it worth conserving? Their is a reason why the Japanese don't think this dog is worth preserving. Sometimes we just need to let nature take it's course.

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  6. TheBlkzr2

    Did you really say that America needed more diversity in dogs? That's has to be one of the top stupidest comments on you tube. Go look at dog pounds. Plenty of diversity. And now by your actions the quality of the breed/s is going to deteriorate by the inevitable mixed breeding. Good job buddy.

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  7. Kelly Wyld

    Kohji and Taj say hello Brad and fam! Thank you guys for everything you've done for the Nihon Ken here in the US….it's true commitment, love and respect.

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