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Foster

Shiba Inu

Male, Puppy
Hainesville, IL
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Hi Everyone, My name is Foster and I would like to add some smiles to your family. I am a precious soon to be 3 month old Shiba Inu baby who is looking for my forever people!! I am going to make an excellent addition to a loving family!! I am adorable, smart, loving and sweet as sweet can be. I have a great temperament!! Would you like to smile every day just by having me around? I am sure that you would. Investing your time and love into me will be so worth it!! I am a breeder release due to the Canine Care program for the betterment of breeding. I am good with children and other animals. Please add a lotta unconditional love, sloppy kisses, tail wags and endless happiness to your family and contact adoptions@wagginghearts.org for an adoption application and bring me home. I will come with the works (Neutered, up to date on everything, micro chipped, fecal, heart worm tested if age appropriate, monthly heartworm, flea and tick prevented, a free vet visit and medical insurance). What more could a new family ask for? Love and Kisses, Foster
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ADOPTION PENDING Fenton

Shiba Inu

Male, 3 mos
Hainesville, IL
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
******ADOPTION PENDING********** Hi Everyone, My name is Fenton and I would like to add some smiles to your family. I am a precious soon to be 3 month old Shiba Inu baby who is looking for my forever people!! I am going to make an excellent addition to a loving family!! I am adorable, smart, loving and sweet as sweet can be. I have a great temperament!! Would you like to smile every day just by having me around? I am sure that you would. Investing your time and love into me will be so worth it!! I am a breeder release due to the Canine Care program for the betterment of breeding. I am good with children and other animals. Please add a lotta unconditional love, sloppy kisses, tail wags and endless happiness to your family and contact adoptions@wagginghearts.org for an adoption application and bring me home. I will come with the works (Neutered, up to date on everything, micro chipped, fecal, heart worm tested if age appropriate, monthly heartworm, flea and tick prevented, a free vet visit and medical insurance). What more could a new family ask for? Love and Kisses, Fenton
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Mia

Shiba Inu

Female, 1 yr 2 mos
Milwaukee, WI
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
My name is Mia and I’m looking for my forever home. My “must haves” are a securely fenced yard and another resident dog to help me to feel safe. I’d love a quiet home with a patient foster family who can help me continue to blossom. I’m almost 1 year old and weigh 27 pounds. I came to SIRA from a commercial breeding facility where I was born. Not long ago, SIRA rescued me and brought me to my foster home here in Sussex, WI. I was so scared when I first got here – I had never lived in a home before and never known humans who were kind. But even though I’m still very shy and skittish, I am getting used to my new life. I love that there are other dogs here. I like to play with them and will groom them to show that I like them. There is a cat here and we like each other too. Sometimes all of us dogs and the cat curl up and sleep with the humans in their big bed. There are lots of soft places to curl up here and hang out. My foster parents say that I’m a natural couch potato - the best partner to binge-watch movies and TV shows with. There are also great toys here to play with and to chew on and yummy things to eat. I’m kind-of a picky eater, according to my foster parents, but I’ve learned that human’s food is so nice, especially ice cream, cheese, chicken, and bread. Sometimes I’ll very quietly sneak up and see if I can steal a treat. Some things I don’t like as much are being outside. There are all kinds of strange noises and people out there that are scary! I’m kind of a night owl – I like it when everything is quiet and dark. That’s when I am feeling most safe and will do brave things like give kisses to my foster mom and dad. I like the familiarity of the house – and I have a few safe-places inside where I run and hide if something spooks me. There are not any little humans here, so I don’t know what I’d think of them, but foster mom and dad think they might scare me to much with their running and squealing and activity. Because I get scared and anxious outside, learning how to leash walk has been slow-going, but foster mom and dad tell me that if my forever family is patient with me and helps me practice a little bit at a time that I’ll eventually get accustomed to it and maybe even enjoy it! But in the meantime, I’m content to look out the windows from the safety of the house where things are nice and quiet. I’m a very good girl indoors. I’m crate trained and potty trained and I don’t make much noise – mostly when I’m playing with the other dogs. I know my name and even some commands! I’m respectful of gates – I haven’t tried to climb over them or scoot under them. I’m a healthy girl – spayed and up-to-date on vaccinations. If you live in the Midwest and are looking for a bff to keep you company, the first step is to start the application process. Visit www.savingshibas.com/adopt. Applying helps SIRA get to know you and your home environment so they can tell if we’d be a good match. Once approved, they’ll introduce you to my foster parents so we can meet.
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Lady

Shiba Inu Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, Adult
Chicago, IL
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
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Story
***In order to alleviate the need to bring an animal into the shelter environment, The Anti-Cruelty Society has the Home-to-Home Shelter Bypass service to help people find new accommodations for their pets privately. These animals are not located in any of the Society's physical locations. If you are interested in adopting this animal, please do NOT click the Adopt Me button and instead reach out to the current owner directly via the email provided in the profile. As this is a Home-to-Home animal you are not required to fill out an Anti-Cruelty Society adoption application form.***Lady is very playful and energetic and needs lots of exercise. She loves playing with other dogs, though she can be a little shy at first. She would do really well in a home with a fenced in yard and where she will be taken on lots of walks and playdates. She is too energetic for our 8-year old dog, but she would do really well in a home with another young dog who likes to play. She does nip a lot while playing, and she also jumps up a lot, so I think she would do best in a home without young children. She can be nervous around strangers, especially men. But once she is comfortable, she is very affectionate and loves to snuggle. Lady can sit when asked and responds well to her name. She often comes when called, though I wouldn't recommend having her off-leash in an area that is not fenced-in, as her recall is not perfect. She is making a lot of progress on housebreaking, though we are still working on that as she has the occasional mishap. She is comfortable walking on leash and is pretty easy to walk, though she has not been taught to heel. In general, Lady is a really sweet and goofy dog who just wants to be loved. I think she needs someone who will be patient with her and work with a trainer using positive reinforcement to give her a little more guidance, and someone who will be able to meet her needs for exercise and play.Please reach out to claudiahoggblake@uchicago.edu for more information.
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Konai

Shiba Inu

Male, 9 yrs 2 mos
Downer's Grove (office), IL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
My name is Konai and I’m looking for my forever home. I am a snuggly, sweet boy. My “must haves” are a family who will keep regular 6-month vet check-ups and prescription diet so I’ll stay healthy. I’m 8 years old and I came to SIRA from a commercial breeding facility where I helped make puppies. I love this life so much better! I can’t wait to have a forever family of my very own! I love snuggling with my foster mom. I get so excited when she comes home that I jump and spin like crazy. Can you blame me? She gives me such wonderful pets and scritches and walks and treats! I give her kisses in return. She says I’m her cuddle bug. When foster mom is home, I like to follow her around so I know where she is. I guess I’m not fond of being alone. I love other dogs. When I see a dog outside on our walk I’ll cry with excitement. There are girl dogs here in my foster home and I get along well with them. I like playing with them and hanging out. I’d love to have a nice dog friend in my forever home, but foster mom says I’d probably do okay as an “only dog” as long as my family is home a lot so I don’t get lonely. I also love going for walks – I like exploring the neighborhood even more than playing in the yard, so I’m fine if my forever family doesn’t have a fence. I like playing with toys, but I still have no clue what to do when foster mom tosses one at me. When I’m not following foster mom around or playing, my favorite things are treats and taking naps. Foster mom says I need to warn you that I snore like a bear. Hrmph! I DO NOT! (Wait, what’s a bear?) I also like rolling around on freshly mopped floors so I can smell clean like the Swiffer spray. Yeah, I’m goofy. Anyway, when I first came to SIRA, my foster family could tell that something wasn’t right. After lots of visits to the vet, they discovered that I had tumors in my colon and I had to have emergency surgery! That was scary and not fun at all. If you follow SIRA’s Facebook page, you may have seen my story. Well, I’m healed now from my surgery and foster mom says that I’m ready for my forever family! Because of my surgery, I’ll need to stay on a prescription diet and treats. I’ll also need to have an ultrasound exam every 6 months to make sure that no new tumors grow back. I’ve never lived with any little humans, but foster mom thinks that I’d be okay with them. I haven’t met any cats or small pets, but I love to chase and hunt critters in the yard, so I’m not sure how I would do with small pets. I’m neutered, up-to-date on vaccinations and I weigh 28 pounds. If you live in the Midwest and would love a sweet, silly snuggle-buddy to share your home with, then I’m your boy! Visit www.savingshibas.com/adopt to start the process of becoming an approved adopter with SIRA. The application process helps SIRA learn more about you and your home environment so they can tell if we’ll be a good match. Once approved, SIRA will introduce you to my foster mom so we can meet.
We'll also keep you updated on Bert's adoption status with email updates.
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Bert

Shiba Inu

Male, 8 yrs 2 mos
Downer's Grove (office), IL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Not good with kids, Good with dogs, Not good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
My name is Bert and I’m looking for my forever home. I’m worried that nobody will want me. My foster dad says that I’m such a sweetheart and such a good boy that people will fall in love. He says I may not be a cute puppy, but I’m still handsome. I hope he’s right. I’m 8 years old and spent my whole life at a commercial breeding facility. As long as us dogs were doing our jobs, nobody paid much attention, which was fine with me, because the humans weren’t very nice. I’m trying to wrap my brain around this new world here in my foster home in Machesney Park, IL. There are so many noises and people and things moving around - it’s new and scary. The people here have been kind and gentle and patient with me. They give me good food and pets and scritches and I’m learning that feels good! I’m still scared of them, but I like to watch what they’re doing from a distance. Foster dad says I’m a really smart and good boy. I have learned to go potty outside and am really well-behaved in the house. I let my foster family pick me up with no issues. I panic sometimes and try to make a run for it. So my forever family will need to be very careful to prevent me from getting loose. I’d do best in a calm, quiet household who can be patient if it takes me a while to adjust. I’ll need a securely fenced yard. I’m good with other dogs, but would probably do okay as an only dog too. I’ve never met any cats, so I don’t know what I’d think of them. Foster dad says small kids would probably not be a good match for me since I’m pretty big and heavy when I get running – I might accidentally knock them over. I am neutered and vaccinated and I weigh 34 pounds. I’m healthy, except that when I first came into foster care my rear legs weren’t as strong as they should have been. After some rest and medicine, I’m much better – and can run like the wind! If you live in the Midwest and will give a sweet gentleman like me a soft place to lay his head, I promise I’ll be the best boy ever. Visit www.savingshibas.com/adopt to apply to become an approved SIRA adopter. The application process helps SIRA tell if we’ll be a good match. Once approved, they’ll introduce you to my foster home so we can meet.

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Rescue

11.4 miles

Wagging Hearts

260 E. Belvidere Rd, PMB #369, Hainesville, IL 60030

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs

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Rescue

36.8 miles

Shiba Inu Rescue Association - Milwaukee area

Milwaukee, WI 53207

Pet Types: dogs

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Shelter

40.6 miles

The Anti-Cruelty Society - Home-to-Home Program

Chicago, IL 60654

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Rescue

48.6 miles

Shiba Inu Rescue Association (rescue)

Downer's Grove (office), IL 60516

Pet Types: dogs

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