The Japanese Four Leggers of KURENAI NO KAZE.
Aiko Kensha No Hotaru No Hikari Go
Better known as our girl Chihiro and imported from Aiko Kensha, she is the daughter of the mighty handsome Japan import Birin Go Musashi Aiwa and Sanae Go Shun'you Kensha. Born in September 2011, Chi is a girl that can be somewhat bitchy with unfamiliar dogs, but to those she trusts she is simply the sweetest. That same sweetness is something she also very much likes to give to all humans, from young to old.
Next to being a beloved member our family, once in a while we also show her. And while no dog is perfect, the appreciation she receives from judges is more than satisfactory. This includes winning Best of Breed at the Nippon Inu Championship Match under specialist judge Gabriela Richard.
Koganeimaru Go Kurenai No Kaze
Koganeimaru a.k.a. Maru is a handsome young male whom we have also kept from our litter of Chihiro & MBIS Taikou Go Shun'you Kensha. Besides being impressively red, he is also a tremendously easy going Akita Inu, making him a valuable addition to our pack.
Maru's Pedigree ›
Kaguyahime Go Kurenai No Kaze
Kaguyahime a.k.a. Hime is a young girl whom we have kept from the same Chihiro & Taikou litter mentioned above. Those who know the Japanese tale of Taketori Monogatari, will understand Hime's name is more than fitting, as this litter was born in the morning after a full moon. We also call her our happy crazy girl, as she'll come up and cuddle you, while lying backside on your tummy.
Hime's Pedigree ›
Junya is our first Akita and came to us in April 2010 from Catharine Hoebeke at Tokimitsu. He is the son of Japan import Kaishi Go Shichimen Kensha and Dosshiri Go Des Dragons Du Soleil Rouge (daughter of Unshou Go Kanzakiya Kensha). Characterwise qualities like silly and happy, but also relaxed and very easy going immediately pop up.
As Junya sadly has a serious health issue—SA, which we don't want to see passed through—we have logically decided not to use him for breeding. Furthermore, our opinion is that having an Akita Inu male yourself doesn't automatically mean you need to use him as a stud (if there is a male with a better fit available somewhere else, then use that dog). That doesn't spoil any of the fun though, Junya is a dog that is very dear to us and brings us lots of happy moments.
Health is something we value greatly at KURENAI NO KAZE, so of course our dogs are thoroughly screened before breeding. Specific health tests are usually performed at vetinary hospital De Wagenrenk, where we have put our trust in the expertise of Veterinary Radiology Specialist Drs. M.L.Schmidt for taking proper x-rays to determine any hip dysplasia (which are evaluated by the relevant committee of the Dutch Kennel Club), Eye Specialist Drs. R.R.O.M. van de Sandt to determine any issues of eye disease (according to ECVO-standard), and Orthepedic Surgeon Drs. Govers to discover any patella issues (according to Nippon Inu regulation).
The results of all relevant health checks we gladly show you in person or send you a copy by e-mail.