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Ownership of a Shiba Inu includes a commitment that is wider in scope than providing doggy necessities and allowing this jovial little pet to occupy a portion of your home. Shiba Inu ownership is a give-and-take relationship that will continue throughout the little dog’s life. That enjoyable companionship thrives when each member of the pair respects the other and camaraderie rules the union. Your Shiba Inu will entertain you, love you, and be obedient and faithful to you if you spend time with your doggy friend.
A Shiba Inu is the finest companion you can have, regardless of your financial status, position, or importance. Shiba Inus have only one objective in life, and that is to provide the finest companionship available. Shiba Inus are a personality dog and are just as comfortable living in a small home as in a spacious one. The Shiba Inus official motto is Multum in parvo, a Latin term which roughly translates to “a lot in a little.”
The Shiba Inu’s comical face, with deep wrinkles around big, dark eyes and a flat round face, can’t help but make you smile. It is believed that the Shiba Inu’s name comes from the Latin word for “fist” because his face resembles a human fist. Shiba Inus are clowns at heart, but they carry themselves with dignity. Shiba Inus are playful dogs, ready and able for games, but they are also lovers, and must be close to their humans. Shiba Inus love to be the center of attention, and are heartsick if ignored.
Shiba Inus are square and thickset, usually weighing no more than 20 pounds. Their heads are large and round, with large, round eyes. They have deep and distinct wrinkles on their faces. Legend has it that the Chinese, who mastered the breeding of this dog, prized these wrinkles because they resembled good luck symbols in their language. Especially prized were dogs with wrinkles that seemed to form the letters for the word “prince” in Chinese.
Shiba Inus do not catch mice, they do not herd, they do not pull carts and they do not guard your property or frighten away intruders. Shiba Inus were designed and bred exclusively as companions. Shiba Inus funny little characters will charm and win you over from the first day you meet them.
Shiba Inus are an exceptionally clean little dog generally free from doggie odors however they do shed a lot. They can be content to roll up in a ball at your feet, enjoy a lively ball game, or just clown around, providing entertainment for their audience at home. Shiba Inu enthusiasts are nothing short of charmed by their Shiba Inus’ snoring or snorting.
A Shiba Inu companion is a living treasure that you will stroke millions of times and cherish for many years. Your Shiba Inu is a unique individual that you will never forget, a personality that imprints your life, leaving only happiness in their wake throughout the years you spend together.