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  • Is Shiba Inu Really Difficult? Things you should know BEFORE getting a Shiba Inu
    Shiba Inu originate from Japan and is one of the oldest Japanese dog breed. With their muscular good looking figure, compact size and clean nature. Shiba Inu is becoming more popular in the Western world. For most of the first time dog owner, a common question were asked “Is Shiba inu really that difficult?” As a Shiba Inu owner myself I’d like to share some of my observations about this beautiful yet sometimes difficult breed.    Stubborn A Shiba Inu will do what a Shiba Inu wants and not necessarily what his owner wants. He will follow the command that … Read more
  • 5 Important Questions to Ask breeder BEFORE buying a dog
    If you are looking to get a Shiba Inu or any dog breed, you want to make sure you get your puppy from a reputable breeder. By doing your due diligent upfront before you buy will save you money and hazard later on. In this article, I am sharing 5 important question you should ask your breeder before you buy.    How many litters the mom already had Or how often the breeder bred their dogs and also the mom’s current age. You can ask how often each female dog is bred per year and how many in total. If … Read more
  • How Much Does a Shiba Inu Cost
    So you researched a whole lot online about all different dog breeds and decided you want to get a Shiba Inu as your next perfect dog. How much do they cost is one of the most commonly asked question in my channel. Today I am doing the research for you so when you shop for your next perfect Shiba Inu you are well equipped and also know how to select the right breeder for you. Price You can always adopt a Shiba Inu from local shelters for much less so check with your local shelter for more economical option. If … Read more
  • What You Need to Know About Shiba Inu
    Shiba inu is an ancient Japanese dog breed and is one of the most popular companion dog in Japan and is getting more popular in western world in recent years due to its compact size and extremely cute looking figure and of course we’ve all seen viral online dog memes photos and videos about Shiba Inu. In fact, Shiba inu was recently recognized as a breed by the American Kennel Club in 1992 and according to them it is the 44th most popular dog breed in the US. Shiba Inu has a long history of being bred for as a … Read more
  • What You Should Know BEFORE Getting a Shiba Inu
    Shiba inu is one of the ancient Japanese Dog breed and is very popular in Asia due to its compact size and good looking apperance, in recent years there are more owners in the US interested in getting a Shiba Inu. As a Shiba inu owner myself, I’d like to share some realistic facts about this charming yet somewhat difficult dog breed. Life Expectancy Shiba Inu’s average life expectancy is between 12 to 15 years. Exercise, especially daily walks or hikes, is very important for this breed to live a long and healthy life. Male Shiba inu typically weight between … Read more
  • How Much Should a Shiba Inu Sleep?
    The answer will depend on the Shiba Inu dog’s age, prior preferences, how it was raised, the environment, and many other factors. In Jimmy’s case, when he was a puppy (10 weeks through six months), his sleep schedule with us was a bit unpredictable, especially in the beginning. When we first got Jimmy at 10 weeks, he was also going through his potty training. Sometimes he would wake us up at 2AM because he wants to go to the yard and pee. In other instances, we would wake up in the morning to see he already had an accident. After … Read more
  • Does a Shiba Inu Clean Itself?
    Yes. Shiba Inu dogs generally prefer to be and stay very clean. In fact, many owners report that their Shiba Inu have a cat-like preference in cleanliness. For example, we often find Jimmy spending time throughout the day self-grooming. You can see that clearly in the video below: Compared to some other dog breeds, we often see Jimmy making an effort to avoid muddy or wet areas of the yard or park. If there are a bunch of dogs playing in a puddle of water, Jimmy tends to walk away and chase other dogs who are not wet. There are … Read more