Kishu Dog Breed
 

Kishu Dogs
Kishu

The Kishu, one Known in the Shika-Inu classification
of Japanese dogs the Kishu  originated  in the mountainous areas of the Mie and Wakayama locales, where it is the matagi's dog. Although once used primarily on deer, the Kishu is incredibly skilled at hunting boar.

This dog is thoughtful and silent. As a companion within the home, he is docile and content. These dogs have always been hunters first but have adjusted to life as a companion dog very well.

Height - 17 to 22 inches (43 to 46 cm). Coat type - short, straight and coarse. Color - white, red, sesame and brindle.

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