Shiba Inus Available for Adoption

See below for links to our available dogs.

Please also visit the National Shiba Inu Rescue website for additional listings of adoptable Shibas in Florida and surrounding states.

Adoption pending-Atticus-13month old Red Male Shiba Inu

July 20, 2017

1 yr old male looking for love in all the RIGHT places(scratches behind the ears and belly rubs) I am a buff 20lb male that will rock your life! Picture us walking on the beach, hiking in the mountain paw in hand! Do you love to throw a ball or stick? I love to run […]

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Yashi -5 1/2yr old Shiba Inu MIX

June 14, 2017

Please meet Yasha. He is a 5.5 yr old Cream Shiba Mix that currently resides in Groveland Florida. His name should be Lucky because he had been rescued before within hours of being put down. By no fault of his own he sat in a local animal shelter heartworm positive with little hope. His current […]

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16 yr young Male Red Shiba Inu

May 17, 2017

Hey everyone.. Zander here, but I answer to Senior cuz it sounds kinda the same right? Might be my hearing as it isn’t the best but then what Shiba’s is? ha ha. My awesome foster mom has been taking care of me for quite a few months but now she has to move due to […]

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Taji-11yr old Red Shiba Inu

January 13, 2017

Anyone that has followed us since the beginning should remember Taji. He was one of our first rescues. He was picked up along side the interstate totally neglected and in dire need of medical help. Nursed back to health and vaccinated and neutered he came to stay with me(Kathy) until a home was found. After […]

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Luci-11 yr old Spayed Female Shiba Mix-Courtesy Listing

December 19, 2016

Luci is a courtesy listing and her owners will be handling the adoption although we will collect applications for her. Luci was rescued from a shelter in Missouri and now once again is in need of rescue. She is Spayed and weighs about 35lbs. She does walk well on the leash. Luci is more of […]

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