30 Years Raising Shiba Inu Puppies
** We will be having two litters in September 2017 **
Are you thinking about
buying a Shiba Inu puppy? Then you're in the right place. Whispering Pines has lovingly raised
pure bred dogs for over 30 years. We're an accredited
breeder of AKC registered pups.
We are NOT a Pet Store.
Here's Why that Matters:
Our puppies are easier to
housebreak. Our pups have been exposed to different settings,
both indoors and outdoors. Unlike most pet stores, we can tell
you exactly who your pup's parents were.
Most important, we
are located on 10 acres (almost eight square miles) of rural
land. That means you can have peace of mind knowing that your
new friend was raised with care, and not in some puppy mill or
tiny backyard cage.
Our pups are born in our
air-conditioned dog room, and remain there until they are
about 5 to 6 weeks old. At that age, they begin spending
time outdoors in a grassy area.
The puppies spend their
days in an outside area with access to a covered building, and
they spend their nights indoors. We have grandchildren who
regularly come over to play with the puppies (keeps them
active and happy).
Why a Shiba Inu is a
They make loving companions
Walking them means you get
in better shape!
Walking them can help you
meet new friends
Children can learn great
life skills caring for a dog
So that you get a beautiful
puppy from a caring registered breeder, call us today at
318-466-5262 for more info. You can also email us at
Our Shiba Inu puppies are priced at only $1100 for limited
registration, and $1500 for full registration plus shipping. We pay for all
shots your puppy needs before shipping. Customers are
responsible for shipping costs. A $300 non-refundable deposit is required to hold your puppy.
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for more details on average shipping costs.
** Tosja and Rocky's Puppies 2017**
Both parents are from Czech Republic
We have two males available
** September 2017 **
** Previous Years Puppies**
Facts about Shiba
The Shiba was originally
developed as a hunting dog in Japan's mountain areas, and was
the smallest of native Japanese dog breeds. Shibas make
an excellent watchdog and great companion.
Shibas should be brushed
regularly and bathed only when necessary, as they have a
naturally water-proof coat. They need plenty of exercise such
as daily walks or plenty of space to run.
Shiba Inus are very
intelligent, and may become easily bored. For this
reason, you should walk them daily, or give them things to do
that will keep them occupied.
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