Shiba inu puppies for sale

Family Raised Shiba Inu is a state registered Shiba Inu breeder specialized in raising pure bred Shiba Inu puppies. We have owned and raised Shiba Inu’s for more than 7 years today. The Shiba Inu or Japanese Shiba Inu is one of the six native Japanese breeds. Dubbed as a smaller version of the Akita breed, the Shiba Inu has a similar body type, but he is slightly longer than he is tall. He began as a hunting dog for small game. Now, the Japanese Shiba Inu dog breed is a beloved canine companion in many homes around the world, including the United States and the UK. Shiba Inus are expressive and playful family dogs. Although they are more independent than other breeds, they appreciate being given attention and loved by their families. The Shiba Inu breed is more suited for experienced dog owners as he is often strongly resolute to do things his way. He is generally a clean and odourless dog, but since he sheds throughout the year, regular brushing is needed, which gets more frequent in the autumn and spring. The Shiba Inu dog can live up to fifteen years. The Japanese Shiba Inu is an ancient breed that originated in Japan, as the name indicates. He is considered a basal breed that precedes the development of the newer breeds in the 19th century. Records show that similar-looking dogs existed in 300 BC, as seen on pottery and terracotta remains. These small dogs are believed to have been taken to Japan by immigrants and crossed with local dogs. The Shiba Inu is a hunting dog that was bred to hunt small game. The breed’s name is inspired by his hunting history in the rugged mountains of Japan. ‘Shiba’ translates to ‘brushwood; which refers to either the dog breed’s reddish coat colour or the brush in the mountains, whilst ‘inu’ means ‘dog’ The Shiba Inu dog is one of Japan’s six native breeds along with the Akita, Kishu, Kai, Hokkaido, and Shikoku. The Organisation to Preserve the Japanese Dog was founded in 1928 to avoid the extinction of native breeds. Despite this, many Japanese breeds decreased in number due to the advent of World War I. Good thing native dogs were found in remote regions that allowed breeding programmes to commence.

WHY CHOOSE US?

QUALITY AND HEALTHY PUPPIES

All our puppies come from a champion blood line. They are all healthy and AKC Registered. They come along with their shots and vet records. We make sure our puppies are checked by our vet regularly. They also have a great temperament easy to train with a long life span.

GUARANTEE

All our puppies have a l health guarantee. They also come with all their papers. From our name Family Raised Shiba Inu, we help you get the perfect dream puppy for your kids and family. We make sure everyone adopting a puppy from us, get the best and perfect member of their family.

CUSTOMER CARE AND SUPPORT

We are available for all our customers 24/7 to help you get a perfect friend for your family. Those that adopt puppies from us, we are always there to help you raise your puppy incase of any difficulties.

PERSONALITY

  • Keen and complex
  • Dignified and hard-to-please
  • Aloof and not very affectionate
  • Independent and territorial
  • Stubborn and not easy to train

What You Get With Our Puppies Nutrition

Health Certificate

De Worming

Nutrition Manual

Care Guide

Play Toys

Shots: to Date

Registration Papers-Dog Training

Lifetime Satisfaction Gaurantee.

Testimonials

I just wanted to drop a note and let you know how great Oreo (Dylan renamed him) is doing. He's adjusted really well and loves all the attention! We've only had one accident so far. He's learned to go to the backdoor when he wants to go out and sleeps through the entire night without any issues. He doesn't mind going up steps, but will not go down, so we're slowly working on that. I understand it is still his first weeks in his new home. He has a favorite toy and is quite attached to Dylan. I learned that there is a veterinarian on base and have made him an appointment there. I've attached a few pictures. send another update soon. Have a great day!

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