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Building Families, One Puppy At A Time

For most Akita dog owners in Maryland, the toughest challenge has been to find a good Akita breeder. This is why at Maryland Akita Breeders, we have done the running around for you. We screen our Akita breeders and only work with those who follow our policies. Our trained Akita puppy counselors help you in finding the right breed and puppy. Our Akita puppies are thoroughly examined for health concerns before they join your family. We do all this because we believe you don't just bring home a puppy, instead you bring home a relationship!

We place Akita puppies in caring lifelong homes in Maryland and across the US. All of the puppies available on this website are from our exclusive national network of the finest Akita breeders and may not necessarily be located in Maryland. Shipping is available. View all puppies >>

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Our 10 Year Guarantee

We take pride in the fact that our relationship with you does not end when you take home an Akita puppy from us. As die-hard puppy lovers ourselves, we'd like to believe nothing can ever go wrong with our Akita puppies. However, certain things are beyond our control. An Akita puppy's health is dependent on a lot of factors like genetics, exercise, food, and nourishment.

What families are saying about their new puppies!

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Brave Heart

"Brave Heart is doing great. He is happy and a very smart pup! I am Happy! And so is my son Lars "

Boomer's new Mom

"Our puppy is great!!!! The boys think it is the best puppy ever! Thanks for your help."

Charles

"Just wanted to say thank you guys so much for bringing Holly to our home safe and sound ... she's a great dog. EXTREMELY playful. Just what we were looking for. Again, thanks so much."

Sylvie and Yves

"We got the puppy late, at about 5:30pm. I am not sure who was the most anxious one.... Penelope (AKA Lacy) or myself. She arrived with no problem, and the vet confirmed on Saturday that she is fine. Now, I have to deal with two "dominant" dogs, as m...Read More"