26 Akita Inu Mix Breed Dogs

 

26 Akita Inu Mixes

List Of Akita Inu Mix Breed dogs

 

#1 Akihoula – (Catahoula x Akita Inu mix)

From: Instagram

  • Adaptability: A very powerful and strong breed that will have a high prey drive
  • Child Friendly: The Catahoula Akita mix is rather affectionate towards children, but make sure the dog is properly socialized.
  • Interaction With Other Pets: This Akita Inu Mix breed gets along well with other pets if exposed and socialized properly as well.
  • Health Issues: The only common issue is hip and elbow dysplasia.

#2 Aki-Poo – (Akita Inu x Poodle mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 15 – 28 inches
  • Weight: 45 – 120 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 12 – 15 years
  • Adaptability: Suitable for active families with older children and other pets
  • Shedding Level: Moderate shedder pup
  • Playfulness: Playful doggy
  • Child Friendly: Good with older kids, but early socialization needed
  • Stranger Friendly: This Akita Inu Poodle Mix don’t behave well in the presence of strangers
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Good with other dogs, but early socialization needed
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Good with other pets, but early socialization needed
  • Barking Tendencies: Aki-poo might be vocal, but not extensive barkers
  • Territorial: Protective
  • Aggression level: Aggressive
  • Working dog: Good watch and guard dog
  • Health Issues: The only common issue is hip dysplasia.

#3 Akitaberman – (Doberman x Akita Inu mix)

From: Instagram

  • Child Friendly: Akitaberman can be great with older kids with early socialization
  • Aggression level: Naturally aggressive because of its equally powerful and aggressive parent breeds.
  • Working dog: Guard dog
  • Health Issues: Von Willebrand’s disease and hip dysplasia

#4 Akita Chow – (Akita Inu x Chow Chow mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 23 – 25 inches
  • Weight: 88 – 133 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 8 – 12 years
  • Adaptability: Akita Chow is a good dog for families if you don’t have a lot of pets or small children
  • Shedding Level: Heavy shedding dog
  • Apartment Friendly: Not suitable for apartment
  • Playfulness: Playful pup
  • Child Friendly: Good with older kids
  • Stranger Friendly: This Akita Inu Chow Chow mix is also not too much comfortable with strangers
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Not good with other dogs
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Not good with other pets
  • Barking Tendencies: Occasionally barks
  • Aggression level: Aggressive pooch
  • Working dog: Guard dog, Companion dog
  • Health Issues: Entropion, Progressive Retinal Atrophy, and Hip Dysplasia

#5 Akitacollie – (Border Collie x Akita Inu mix)

From: Instagram

  • Weight: 30 – 130 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 10 – 15 years
  • Adaptability: Not good for low energy people
  • Shedding Level: This dog will shed year-round and seasonally
  • Apartment Friendly: Not good for apartment
  • Playfulness: Akitacollie dog is an active dog who loves to play
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Good with other dogs, but early socialization needed
  • Cat Friendly: Keep it away from cats because it might just chase it due to its high prey drive.
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Keep it away from fast-moving pets because it might just chase it due to its high prey drive.
  • Health Issues: Hip dysplasia, various eye diseases, sensitivity to certain drugs, and epilepsy

#6 Akita Shepherd – (Akita Inu x German Shepherd mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 26 – 28 inches
  • Weight: 75 – 120 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 10 to 13 years
  • Adaptability: Excellent for both singles and families
  • Apartment Friendly: Great apartment pups
  • Child Friendly: With proper introduction, an Akita Shepherd can be a calm companion for kids. Always supervise play between kids and dogs.
  • Stranger Friendly:
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Friendly with other dogs but early socialization needed.
  • Cat Friendly: They may have a prey drive with smaller animals like cats.
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Good with other pets
  • Barking Tendencies: Constantly barks
  • Territorial: Protective doggy
  • Working dog: Guard Dog, Working Dog
  • Health Issues: Very few health issues found

#7 Akita Pit – (Akita Inu x Pit Bull Terrier mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 16 – 22 inches
  • Weight: 30 – 70 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 10 – 12 years
  • Adaptability: Not recommended for first-time dog owners
  • Shedding Level: Akita Pits shed lightly
  • Playfulness: Moderately Playful
  • Child Friendly: Friendly with kids but socialize them early
  • Stranger Friendly: Good with strangers but socialize them early
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Good with other dogs but socialize them early
  • Cat Friendly: They may have a prey drive with smaller animals like cats but again, proper socialization can help deter unwanted habits.
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Good with other family pets but socialize them early
  • Barking Tendencies: Moderately barks
  • Territorial: Protective, dominant
  • Aggression level: Akita Pit Bull mix has a reputation towards aggressiveness
  • Working dog: Excellent watch and guard dog

#8 Australian Akita – (Australian Shepherd x Akita Inu mix)

From: Instagram

  • Shedding Level: Higher than average shedding
  • Apartment Friendly: Not for apartments living or tiny home setting
  • Child Friendly: Affectionate towards children but early socialization
  • Stranger Friendly: Non-threatening with strangers
  • Aggression level: Not to leave them alone for a long time, or they might become destructive.
  • Health Issues: The Akita Inu mix might be prone to joint dysplasia, eye problems, allergies, among others.

#9 Beagita – (Beagle x Akita Inu mix)

From: Instagram

  • Adaptability: Excellent companion dog
  • Child Friendly: Don’t let very young children get near an untrained Beagle
  • Barking Tendencies: Low barking tendency
  • Aggression level: Can be unusually aggressive and stubborn
  • Working dog: Akita Beagle mix is a perfect guard dog

#10 Bernakita – (Akita Inu X Bernese Mountain Dog Mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 23 – 28 inches
  • Weight: 70 – 130 pounds
  • Lifespan: 7 – 13 years
  • Shedding Level: Shed copiously year-round and seasonally
  • Child Friendly: Excellent with kids
  • Stranger Friendly: He will be suspicious of strangers
  • Territorial: protective
  • Aggression level: Can be aggressive
  • Working dog: Hunting dog, watchdog
  • Health Issues: Bloating, Cancer, in some hybrids, Abnormal growth in hips, elbows in some, Degeneration of the retina causing abnormal vision and night blindness

#11 Blue Akita – (Blue Heeler x Akita inu mix)

From: Instagram

  • Shedding Level: Moderate shedder
  • Cat Friendly: Blue Akita will have a high prey drive for cats and small pets
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Get along well with other pets if exposed and socialized properly as well
  • Health Issues: Blue Heeler Akita Inu mix might be prone to Wobbler’s syndrome, cervical vertebral instability (CVI), and cardiomyopathy, canine hip dysplasia, osteosarcoma, von Willebrand’s disease, demodicosis, and gastric torsion

#12 Boxita – (Akita inu x Boxer mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 25 – 27 inches
  • Weight: 85 to 110 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 10 to 14 years
  • Adaptability: Great choice for an active owner looking for a devoted companion but not for first-time dog owners.
  • Apartment Friendly: Not for apartment living
  • Child Friendly: Akita Inu Boxer Mix breed dog do especially well with children
  • Stranger Friendly: He’s naturally suspicious of strangers
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Good with other pets
  • Barking Tendencies: He doesn’t usually bark unless there is a good reason. But he is vocal, making amusing grunts, moans, and mumbles.
  • Territorial: Stubborn
  • Aggression level: This Boxita mix can be disastrous and often destructive.
  • Working dog: Excellent watch and guard dog
  • Health Issues: Major health concerns for the breed include corneal dystrophy, degenerative myelopathy, subvalvular aortic stenosis, hip dysplasia, cardiomyopathy, ectropion, and entropion.

#13 Bull Akita – (Bull Mastiff x Akita inu mix)

From: Instagram

  • Other Dog-Friendly: Not friendly with other dogs
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Not friendly with other pets
  • Aggression level: Aggressive

#14 Bullkita – (American Bulldog x Akita Inu mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 18 – 22 inches tall
  • Weight: 70 – 90 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 9 – 11 years
  • Adaptability: These dogs are probably best if you are a family that has experience in dog ownership.
  • Shedding Level: Shed moderately
  • Playfulness: This Akita American Bulldog mix breed dog has a moderate amount of energy and will enjoy playing
  • Child Friendly: Fine with kids but supervision needed
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Fine with other dogs but supervision needed
  • Interaction With Other Pets:
  • Barking Tendencies: The Bullkita is not usually a barker
  • Aggression level: Unstable homes and inconsistent schedules can make the Bullkita anxious and may exacerbate the breed’s aggressive tendency.
  • Health Issues: Prone to hip and elbow dysplasia and some eye conditions, including cataracts.

#15 Cane Corkita – (Cane Corso x Akita Inu mix)

From: Instagram

  • Adaptability: Akita and Cane Corso might be better for a more experienced dog owner or handler
  • Shedding Level: May shed a lot
  • Cat Friendly: The Cane Corso Akita mix has extremely strong prey drive instincts, thus do not let it near fast-moving small pets
  • Interaction With Other Pets: The Cane Corso Akita mix has extremely strong prey drive instincts, thus do not let it near fast-moving small pets

#16 Corgita – (Corgi x Akita Inu mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 12 – 25 inches
  • Weight: 30 – 130 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 11 – 13 years
  • Adaptability: A great option for those who are less-experienced canine owners.
  • Shedding Level: Moderately
  • Apartment Friendly: They may feel quite comfortable at the smaller apartments
  • Playfulness: The Akita mixed with Corgi is an active dog who loves to play
  • Child Friendly: Gets along well with children
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Gets along well with other dogs
  • Cat Friendly: The Corgita has an extremely powerful prey drive and therefore should not be left alone with other small animals
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Gets along well with other pets
  • Health Issues: Hip Dysplasia, Various eye conditions, and Von Willebrand disease.

#17 Huskita – (Siberian Husky x Akita Inu mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 22 – 26 inches
  • Weight: 70 – 120 pounds
  • Lifespan: 12 – 15 years
  • Adaptability: Good family pet
  • Shedding Level: Moderate to high
  • Apartment Friendly: Low to moderate
  • Playfulness: Playful pooch
  • Child Friendly: Good with socialization
  • Stranger Friendly: How he reacts to strangers really depends on which dog he takes after more if more like the Husky he will be fine, if more like the Akita he may consider them a threat.
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Moderate to good with socialization
  • Cat Friendly: Moderate to good with socialization
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Moderate to good with socialization
  • Barking Tendencies: Frequently barks
  • Aggression level: If he is not trained and socialized properly he can become aggressive.
  • Working dog: Weight pulling, carting, sledding and guarding
  • Health Issues: Bloat, eye problems, SA, Hypothyroidism.

#18 French Akita – (French Bulldog x Akita Inu mix)

From: Instagram

  • Child Friendly: May injure young children so be firm when giving it a command.
  • Territorial: Extremely stubborn
  • Aggression level: Extra aggressive, so it needs tough training.
  • Health Issues: The French Bulldog Akita Mix tends to have a propensity to deafness, skin problems, hip dysplasia.

#19 Golden Akita Retriever – (Golden Retriever x Akita Inu mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 24 – 26 inches
  • Weight: 70 – 90 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 10 – 12 years
  • Adaptability: Ideal family pet
  • Shedding Level: Shed a lot!
  • Apartment Friendly: His high energy means he is not well suited for apartment
  • Playfulness: Playful pup
  • Child Friendly: Great with kids when socialized.
  • Stranger Friendly: Bark at unfamiliar approaching strangers
  • Other Dog-Friendly: The Golden Akita adapts well to sharing space with other dogs only if it is properly socialized at an early age
  • Cat Friendly: The Golden Akita adapts well to sharing space with cats only if it is properly socialized at an early age
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Great with other animals when socialized.
  • Barking Tendencies: Barks normally
  • Territorial: Protective doggy
  • Working dog: Watchdog
  • Health Issues: Hip dysplasia, aortic stenosis, bloat, glaucoma, skin allergies, and cataracts.

#20 Great Pyrenkita – (Great Pyrenees x Akita Inu mix)

From: Instagram

  • Child Friendly: Train your Akita Great Pyrenees mix well before you let it near people especially very young children
  • Cat Friendly: Keep your Great Pyrenees Akita mix breed from fast-moving cats. Its strong prey drive instinct might cause unnecessary trouble.
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Keep your Great Pyrenees Akita mix breed from fast-moving small pets. Its strong prey drive instinct might cause unnecessary trouble.
  • Aggression level: Aggressive when left alone.

#21 Labrakita – (Labrador Retriever x Akita Inu mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 22 – 28 inches
  • Weight: 60 – 120 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 10 to 13 years
  • Adaptability: Labrakita makes a wonderful family dog
  • Shedding Level: High shedder
  • Apartment Friendly: Not for apartments
  • Playfulness: High energy and playful
  • Child Friendly: Not recommended for families with very young children due to their size and energy level.
  • Stranger Friendly: Very wary of the strangers.
  • Cat Friendly: This pup is known for having a high prey drive, making them not suitable for homes with cats or other small animals.
  • Interaction With Other Pets: This pup is known for having a high prey drive, making them not suitable for homes with other small animals.
  • Territorial: Stubborn
  • Working dog: Guard dog
  • Health Issues: Hip and elbow dysplasia, Various heart conditions, Eye diseases, and Thyroid issues.

#22 Newfoundkita – (Newfoundland x Akita Inu mix)

From: Instagram

  • Weight: up to 145 pounds
  • Adaptability: Extremely friendly, not for inexperienced owners.
  • Apartment Friendly: Not for apartment living
  • Other Dog-Friendly: They usually love other dogs, proper and slow introductions should be made
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Well with other pets, proper and slow introductions should be made
  • Territorial: Dominant
  • Health Issues: Cherry Eye and hip dysplasia.

 

#23 Pugita – (Pug x Akita Inu mix)

From: Instagram

  • Working dog: House dog
  • Health Issues: This rare dog might have diseases of both parent breeds in it.

#24 Rhodesian Akita – (Rhodesian Ridgeback x Akita Inu mix)

From: Instagram

  • Adaptability: Best for experienced dog owners / handlers
  • Apartment Friendly: Not for apartment living
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Get along with other dogs
  • Aggression level: Rhodesian Akita can be destructive if left alone
  • Working dog: Guard dog

#25 Saint Akita – (Saint Bernard x Akita Inu mix)

From: Instagram

  • Weight: Up to 100 pounds
  • Adaptability: Akita and Saint Bernard might be better for a more experienced dog owner or handler
  • Playfulness: Playful doggy
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Saint Akita get along well with other animals if exposed and socialized properly as well
  • Aggression level: Can be destructive if left alone

#26 Shar Akita – (Shar Pei x Akita Inu mix)

From: Instagram

  • Adaptability: Shar-Pei mixes who are best suited for singles or homes without children or other dogs, not recommended for inexperienced dog owners.
  • Child Friendly: Keep young children away from the Shar-Pei Akita mix breed until you have fully trained the dog.
  • Other Dog-Friendly: They may struggle in homes with other dogs
  • Interaction With Other Pets: They may struggle in homes with small pets.
  • Territorial: They can be stubborn and territorial
  • Aggression level: Aggressive mutt
  • Working dog: Guard dog, watchdog

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