Kai Ken

The Kai Ken is a Japanese breed that is considered rare even in its own country. They are intelligent, alert, brave, and agile, and known for being reserved with strangers while loyal to their families. 

The Kai is a natural hunter, quick to learn, healthy, and athletic. The average Kai Ken loves to swim, and they can cross rivers and even climb trees. The average life span ranges from twelve to well over fifteen years.

This is considered the most ancient and purest dog breed in Japan, developed in a district isolated by mountains and water, and the Kai Ken was designated a “Natural Treasure” in Japan in 1934. The dogs are protected by law.

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