Family Has Been Documenting The Growth Of Their Akita Puppy For 6 Months, And It’s Now A Bear
When Danielle and Kyle Schweigers from Florida first brought their Akita puppy home in the Fall of 2017, they were for sure aware of all the advantages and disadvantages this dog breed will bring them. Not only did they know that the Akita Inu is highly intelligent, but also that they grow pretty fast and big. And this is why they decided to immortalize their adorable puppy’s growth in pictures.
“We thought it was a creative and cute way to show that he’s our baby no matter how big he is,” Schweiger told The Dodo. “It has been an incredible ongoing sight to watch nonetheless!”
Bear – which is a name that couldn’t be more suitable for this large dog – was first photographed in Danielle’s arms when he was only ten weeks old. The couple then took a similar photo for the next six months to document this adorable puppy’s growth. After six months of living with the Schweigers, you can see how this bear dog barely fits in Danielle’s arms anymore in the last picture. The fascinating thing is that Bear hasn’t even reached his full size yet, and he will continue to grow for a little while.
According to Danielle, Bear is a very cheerful dog, and the whole family is completely in love with him. But he doesn’t realize what a giant he had become, so he still behaves like a playful, cute puppy. “He is completely unaware of his size. He constantly knocks me over or tries to fit in my lap!” says Danielle.
Scroll down to see the growth of this adorable fluffy dog for yourself.
This is Bear, a 10-week-old Akita puppy
His owners knew how fast this breed grows so they decided to document the process in pictures
The picture on the left was taken when Bear was 10-weeks-old; the one on the right was taken after one month.
“We thought it was a creative and cute way to show that he’s our baby no matter how big he is,” Schweiger said
Left – 4 months old; right – 5 months old.
After six months living with the Schweigers, you can see how Bear barely fits in Danielle’s arms anymore in the last picture
The fascinating thing is that Bear hasn’t even reached his full size yet and he will continue to grow for a little while
Although the physical growth won’t last forever, his owners are sure that his kind and gentle spirit will never stop growing
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