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Please research the breed before applying to join our waiting list, and feel free to reach out with any questions or quires; and
Fill out the application form with your puppy preference [sex, colour, specific pair, temperament, etc.]
Once the application has been approved, we will request a non-refundable deposit of 1/5 of the full price.
<The birth of new puppies
A portfolio of each puppy will be set up after the birth, and potential new owners with receive weekly updates/or vital calls by appointment till the puppy go to the new home.
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As a safety measure, puppy delivery will be either carried by us in the cabin or picked up in person. We generally do not accept puppies being transported via a third-party service, especially from November to May.
Breeding rights must be controlled to ensure animal welfare, prevent genetic defects and retain and improve the bloodline. That required a thorough understanding of the breed's and the bloodlines' health and genetic concerns, structure, temperament, and type. We would therefore like to retain the breeding right with the exception of collaborating with an experienced breeder or humanitarian exceptions.
We recognize the importance of inbreeding, as well as the diversity of the genetic pool. Please contact us for a more detailed arrangement of breeding rights.
Only a few exceptions are made for individuals who raised their Shiba as a family pet to breed their dog with conditions.
Adopting a dog is a lifetime commitment. Puppies are living, breathing beings, and our goal is to provide the best puppy to join your family for a lifelong journey. You deserve the best companion along the lifelong journey. During the past 15 years, our Shibas have won their titles in Nihon Ken Hozonkai Overseas Clubs, FCI, and CKC confirmation shows and have achieved BOB (Best of the Breed), BOS (Best of Opposite Sex), Best Puppy in the show, Best in the Group, and will continue to put our efforts into improving and preserving this breed. The bloodline we are preserving is among the primitive factions of Shiba Inu preservation after World War II. The goal is to be representatives of the breed, ensuring that every puppy from this line will be capable of winning the show. Working collaboratively with veterinarian institutions and consulting local animal health professionals, we aim to address a systematic health management that supports the overall health and wellness of all dogs. Efforts such as periodic nutritional assessments, indoor/outdoor fitting practices, annual examinations, K9 physical rehabilitation aids, and ophthalmology veterinary specialty supports are being carried out in 2020 for each individual Shibas that joined our program best to promote overall physical health and well-being.
We recognize Shibas are a native breed, which means they enjoy the freedom of discovering the natural world; thus, country-style yards and occasionally hiking tasks are provided to support the nature of Shibas as native hunt dogs in the thickets. While our Shibas enjoy their life in the country yard, all puppy that comes to the age will be brought to the urban environment for a better socialization procedure.
Application considerations are not fully based on material conditions and past experiences. Though Shiba Inus are energetic dogs that require adequate exercise, a fenced yard might help relieve their energy. Snuffle games, hide-and-seek mind puzzles, etc., can all help to fulfill their daily life with mandatory walking. Thus, the efforts you put in before adopting a new member are the most valuable in establishing a trusting relationship between all parties. We might ask for the knowledge you have on this breed and are also more than happy to provide any information during the consulting stage. We appreciate the time and effort you have put into adopting a Shiba.
Roughly range of price: 3500 CAD- 4500 CAD
to ensure we breed Shiba that best For you
deserve the best
because you deserve the best
Puppies went to their new families with:
- Genetic diseases inspections of parental dogs
- General healthy certification from veterinarians
- Up-to-age shots and deworns
- Up-to-age training (petline training focuses more on socialization, while the champion line will be taking extra training in manners of stability)
- Individually puppy profiles (observation of body movements, temperaments, habits, food choices, and playing preferences)
- Litters registration paper
- Non-breeding register papers.
*All the above documentation will be provided when we meet our potential owners in person upon delivery or pickup, except the Non-breeding register papers. The process of registering a dog under the new owner's name will start the day of the transfer, and all dogs born in Canada will be registered within six months or less of the date of sale. Export certified pedigrees take longer to prepare since translations and export permits are required.