Yume was my Boy. He
was by my side at all times and was so very devoted. We had a
mutual admiration for each other. My father always said,
"He'd hate to be the person that ever tried to do anything around
me when Yume was near my side." Yume saw me and
helped me through much of my life. Yume came down with rocky mountain
spotted fever and fought a courageous battle of recovering. I
think of him daily-He tugs at my heart and holds a very special place
Yume earned his ROMPX, producing 22 champions, with limited breeding.
He was a multiple group
placer, but more then anything, he was my boy. When I lost him, I
thought I'd never have another Akita puppy again, but I found that Yume
taught me how to share my life, the joys, the laughter, the commitment,
the unrelated devotion, and that my heart was lonely without. So,
that is why I still have the drive and the passion for the breed.