The Shiba Inu is a relatively small dog compared with other dogs in the same family, but they are a dog with the heart of a lion. They are officially recognized in Japan as a precious natural product. Originally bred as a hunting dog in Japan’s mountainous regions,
Today, Shiba Inu is still renowned for navigating tough terrain, as an alert watchdog, and for their bold, high-spirited nature. This revered breed is one of the oldest types of dogs native to Japan. They are the most popular companion dog in Japan. The reddish brown fur of this attractive canine often prompts many to mistake them for a fox.
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This ancient Japanese breed was first introduced to the UK in 1985 by Gerald and Kath Mitchell of Kiskas Kennels, closely followed by Mr Roy Mulligan of Makoto Kennels, and the late Anne Shimwell’s Wellshim Kennels. These 3 kennels are the main founders of all stock that currently resides in the UK.
The puppies are 3 months old. Those who share their homes with our puppies often describe them as intelligent and loyal, and, above all, possessing the desire to please their owners. Shiba Inu are generally good with children and well-mannered in the home. Shiba Inu is usually an exceptionally obedient dog.