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Early in the war the dogs suffered from lack of nutritious food.Then many were killed to be eaten by the starving populace, and their pelts were used as clothing.On top of needing a tough, intelligent dog, the dogs need to be recognized in a way that is intimidating to criminals.This is often achieved through the use of police dog names.The Japanese Akitas, as per the breed standards, are restricted to red, fawn, sesame, brindle, pure white, all with "Urajiro" markings i.e., whitish coat on the sides of the muzzle, on the cheeks, on the underside of jaw, neck, chest, body and tail and on the inside of the legs.The long coat, also known as 'Moku' is the result of an autosomal recessive gene and may only occur phenotypically if both sire and dam are carriers.If ever there was an angel in fur, it was Kamikaze.

In the United States and Canada, however, the two strains are considered a single breed with differences in type.Because of the line of work, police dogs have a need to be viewed as tough, strong, and somewhat aggressive. Most of the time, German shepherds and Doberman pinschers are the chosen breeds for police work, though Labrador retrievers, golden retrievers, and Brestons are also popular for the work.They are not only intelligent and easy to train but are also quite attentive.Akita Inu: Red, brindle, or white, all with white fur on the ventral areas of the dog ( genetics variants can include black & grey )(urajiro); American Akita: All sable colors usually with black mask and pinto markings is a large breed of dog originating from the mountainous northern regions of Japan.There are two separate varieties of Akita: a Japanese strain, commonly called "Akita Ken" in Japan, "Akita Inu" ("inu" means "dog" in Japanese), or "Japanese Akita"; and an American strain, known as the "Akita" or "American Akita".It was during this time, that US servicemen serving as part of the occupation force in Japan first came into contact with the Akita, the breed so impressed them that many servicemembers chose to bring an Akita back home with them upon completion of their tour.