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I think it will be very interesting for you. I always tell adopters that seeing a qualified behaviourist with an adopted dog is kinda like going to see a counsellor for a person, you can do it when things go awry or you can go regularly to stay healthy and happy by learning more about yourself.
I don't think I've ever adopted out an Akita without requiring adopters to work with a qualified professional. I think it's amazing how well Ky's doing, especially with a Golden puppy in the house!
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