Hello you lovely people!
Some of you might already know (if you've been following my personal Facebook) but I thought that I'd make a post about it anyway. So yeah, for those not in the know it is with a heavy heart that I announce that due to some reasons I had to relocate/sell my akita dog, Kumma. :( One of the main reasons is that I suddenly got to know that someone in the same (youth) apartment as me is allergic to dogs and she complained about it and yeah, I can't risk being thrown out of here because I would have nowhere to go, nor the money to move out.
He was a lovely dog, very charming with his peculiarities and his beauty. I wish I could have kept him but I, unfortunately, had to let go – for the better of both of us. It was not meant to be like this; I had prepared to keep him for the rest of his life and so this sudden turn of events was hard to digest.
|This is the very last photo of Kumma that I took. He's resting|
at my brother's apartment. ♥
In case someone is wondering if this is what I meant with the "bad news" I mentioned in one of the earlier posts I want to make it clear that no, it's not. Back when I wrote that post I was sure I could keep him and what I actually wanted to make a post about was something different and there's not really any reason to write about it in detail anymore. But, long story short(er) – Kumma has canine hip dysplasia (common with akita breed) and, although I was aware of his D-grade hips, the seller either outright lied to me about him not having symptoms/suffering from it or she had spent so little time watching over him that she didn't notice it which, although unlikely, might hold true since he had only been a kennel yard dog before he got his first real home with me (that's what I've come to assume at least, based on my internet googling). This makes me sad and mad at the same time because even though I'm not a dog expert even I could tell, after a couple weeks at most, that his rear end was not completely in order. :( Please note though that his hip condition has nothing to do with why I relocated him and I made sure that his current owners were aware of it and know how to treat and help him live as good and long of a life as possible. I did drop the price because of it but also because I needed to get him a new home as quickly as possible – which happened on 12th August.
Also, Kumma's new owners had a previous dog with a heart defect so it's not like they never had a dog they needed to be extra careful with so yeah, I'm pretty sure they know how to care for him properly too. I trust in them and we are keeping contact and they send me photos of Kumma, which I really appreciate. ;u;
Okay, so that's about all I had to say for this final chapter about my life with Kumma. It was pretty hard to make this post, hence the delay. I am sure though that I will, once the time is right, restart with a new dog in the future. ♥ I'm not sure yet if it will be an akita again or something different but whatever breed it will be I'll cherish it.
~ Shiro Samurai out.