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      01-22-2009, 01:49 PM   #45
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She's an 18-20 lbs Shiba Inu. 3 years old now.









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Beautiful Sheba... My parents have one as well and man, if I wasn't a Big dog kinda guy I'd probably take one as well. they are wonderful dogs with such a great temperament.
I'm a big dog kinda guy as well, but my wife and I live in an apartment so we decided on a smaller (generally) quieter dog. Shibas are more like big dogs in a little body anyways. :P
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I'm a big dog kinda guy as well, but my wife and I live in an apartment so we decided on a smaller (generally) quieter dog. Shibas are more like big dogs in a little body anyways. :P
Exactly the type of dog I want to get. They seem so cool. And your pictures just confirmed my choice.
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Exactly the type of dog I want to get. They seem so cool. And your pictures just confirmed my choice.
They aren't without faults though. They generally are not off-leash dogs and they are escape artists. My dog escaped while we weren't home and it took the dog catcher over an hour to catch her. We were really lucky she didn't get hit by a car (I've read that's one of the most often ways Shibas die). We also had to buy a gate that goes in front of our main door just for safety. We've trained her to stay when we open the door, but if we have guests or just happen to not pay attention, she will bolt out the door and it takes forever to try and catch her.

Of course they can be trained, but by nature they aren't the type of dogs that just want to please their owners like labs so it takes a lot of work. However training them to do simple things like sit, down, and tricks are really easy if there's a motive. They are extremely smart, but in that sneaky selfish way. My dog can open all the doors in the house. She can even open her own crate from the outside if we put food in it and lock it.
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I'm a big dog kinda guy as well, but my wife and I live in an apartment so we decided on a smaller (generally) quieter dog. Shibas are more like big dogs in a little body anyways. :P
I totally agree, good point.

I'm just waiting till I get a house of my own so I can own 2-3 Labs (black, chocolate and yellow/white)

I don't know what it is about them but I'm just have always wanted a few labs. They're pretty popular out here in the midwest
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They aren't without faults though. They generally are not off-leash dogs and they are escape artists. My dog escaped while we weren't home and it took the dog catcher over an hour to catch her. We were really lucky she didn't get hit by a car (I've read that's one of the most often ways Shibas die). We also had to buy a gate that goes in front of our main door just for safety. We've trained her to stay when we open the door, but if we have guests or just happen to not pay attention, she will bolt out the door and it takes forever to try and catch her.

Of course they can be trained, but by nature they aren't the type of dogs that just want to please their owners like labs so it takes a lot of work. However training them to do simple things like sit, down, and tricks are really easy if there's a motive. They are extremely smart, but in that sneaky selfish way. My dog can open all the doors in the house. She can even open her own crate from the outside if we put food in it and lock it.

lol... reminds me of the time me and my bro were at my dads house, my bro was eating a sausage mcmuffin or something. our shiba, Libby, was just sitting at his feet waiting for scraps (as most dogs do) but my brother kept talking (with his hands) while holding the mcmuffin and she just kept her eyes on it the whole time until finally (after he'd maybe taken 3 bites of it) she just lept in the air and snatched it right out of his hand about 3 1/2 feet off the ground and ran away to devour her catch. they are amazingly smart and agile animals. when we got her, the breeder recommended a 6 ft fence cuz they can jump so high.
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I totally agree, good point.

I'm just waiting till I get a house of my own so I can own 2-3 Labs (black, chocolate and yellow/white)

I don't know what it is about them but I'm just have always wanted a few labs. They're pretty popular out here in the midwest
Yea I grew up with a chocolate lab. Awesome dogs for sure. Knock on wood, but after our Shiba passes away someday (hopefully because of old age), my wife really wants to get a lab.
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Damn I'm jealous of you dog owners. Can't wait til I get a new place so I can get my mini goldendoodle.
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They aren't without faults though. They generally are not off-leash dogs and they are escape artists. My dog escaped while we weren't home and it took the dog catcher over an hour to catch her. We were really lucky she didn't get hit by a car (I've read that's one of the most often ways Shibas die). We also had to buy a gate that goes in front of our main door just for safety. We've trained her to stay when we open the door, but if we have guests or just happen to not pay attention, she will bolt out the door and it takes forever to try and catch her.

Of course they can be trained, but by nature they aren't the type of dogs that just want to please their owners like labs so it takes a lot of work. However training them to do simple things like sit, down, and tricks are really easy if there's a motive. They are extremely smart, but in that sneaky selfish way. My dog can open all the doors in the house. She can even open her own crate from the outside if we put food in it and lock it.
Well shit, lol. I may have to give this some more thought.
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I hate dogs............

Especially when people take them for a walk to poop in other people's front yard......

I stared this lady down last Saturday......and when she saw that I wasn't looking.......

Her dog let it ripped on the side of someone's concrete block wall........SICK!

Did she pick that shit up.............NOPE!
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I hate dogs............
I'm sure they hate you too.
You're saying you hate dogs then proceed to say that the dog defecated (much like you do) but the owner didn't pick it up....and that's why you hate dogs...because the owner is irresponsible....yep makes sense...please never own a dog.
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I love Shiba Inus, if I get a dog that will prob the kind of dog I get.

There are a bunch of awesome commericals for softbank phone company in japan with a shiba inu that is the father of this family... rofl needs some explaining but its funny

just look up Softbank dog in youtube
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