This sections contains information about Akita Rescue, Rescued Akitas and
assistance for Rescue Groups.
“BELIEFS THAT GUIDE
We believe that rescue volunteers and all Akitas have inherent
worth and deserve our help.
We believe that we have a responsibility to our communities
and our breed to provide accurate, honest, educational materials about Akitas.
We believe integrity is the cornerstone of breed rescue.
We believe treating people fairly, ethically, honestly and in
a caring manner is vital to the success of this committee.
We believe in promoting ethical breeding practices and
teaching responsible ownership.
We believe we are mandated to work together in planning,
setting goals and standards, and fund raising to support the work of rescuing
The primary mission of the ACA Rescue Committee is to support
organizations and individuals that rescue Akitas and to provide education,
information and support services.
These Akita Rescue groups serve the overall needs of homeless
Akitas and meet the requirements for an ACA Rescue Fund Identification Number.
These Rescue Groups are
separate entities and ACA does not regulate or supervise their
operations, procedures, or adoption requirements, and is therefore not
responsible for their actions.
Akita Club of America does not guarantee the temperament, health or soundness of
the dogs listed.
The ACA's Rescue Coordinator is:
Nancy Lamm/Lynny Benzinger
Rescue Committee Co-Chairs
send all forms/applications to: