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Shibas on Craigslist
  • JudyJudy
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    Have you seen Smokey, NYCSR's long haired boy?
  • Stef777Stef777
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    @ Curlytails Yea I feel SUPER bad for the one with allergies. The owner is located in Brea like me so I offered to help her try to find her a home. I told her about the forum hopeing that she could talk to other shiba owners that have similar dogs and maybe end up being able to keep her dog. Poor thing.... :(
  • JudyJudy
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    Sorry for repeating that, but they posts are coming up slowly for me right now. Yes, he's one of the NJ 22.
  • LosechLosech
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    http://medford.craigslist.org/pet/2706641608.html

    Female Shiba.
    4 year old Shiba Inu needs adoption. Great indoor or outdoor pet, great around children, great temperament. Our family is growing fast and we our not able to give our shiba the attention and love that she deserves. Please E-mail me if you are interested. Interview process and adoption process apply.


    Seems like they are going to screen potential buyers which is good, but I'm not too fond of the "outdoor pet" thing.
    Post edited by Losech at 2011-11-17 21:21:19
  • I feel bad that this is only shibas. My area has a ridiculous amount of dogs...I've also found an akita inu. Do I post him here or...?
  • Stef777Stef777
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    http://losangeles.craigslist.org/lac/pet/2706490064.html

    shiba inu puppy needs a new home (south la)

    Unfortunately I have to rehome one of my beloved Shiba inundated puppies. I have a 6 month old male and a 3 month old female. I've had them each since 8 weeks old, and I love them both dearly. Unfortunately my land lord wants me to get rid of one of them and I frankly can't bare the fact, and can't decide which one of pups must go. So I'm offering both up and see which one can find a good family first. Both are great with kids and other pets, radio,(male) is house trained while Bailey(female) still needs work. Both are full bred and have documentation along with birth data's. Pleased mail for more info. Both come with kennels and beds. And both are kennel trained.
  • BootzBootz
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    Omg so tempting to drive down to see the male.
  • Stef777Stef777
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    http://losangeles.craigslist.org/sgv/pet/2708973113.html
    [Edit: phone # removed, ad expired]

    **This one is sooo sad!! How could you give your dog up after 11 years???

    BEAUTIFUL PUREBRED SHIBA INU COMPANION FOR ADOPTION (Pasadena, CA)

    I have a PUREBRED Shiba Inu that I need to find a good home for. He is a senior dog (11 years old) but still absolutely beautiful and FULL of energy! He has been a loyal companion since he was a pup and if I didn't have to move in with and care for my father into a place that doesnt accept dogs, I would not be parting with him. His name is Jazz, red/brown in color and only about 25 lbs. He LOVES to play around the apartment and with a couple of walks a day is a GREAT apartment dog because he doesnt need a lot of space. He loves to sunbathe on a patio or deck but likes to be confined in a gated area, he isnt free-roaming. There is a small rehoming fee but he comes with his automatic dog feeder (which he loves), leash, collar and his own bed. If you have any questions or would like to come meet him feel free to email me at abra.luciana@gmail.com or call my cell at 626-XXX-4123.
    Post edited by curlytails at 2012-01-20 18:51:50
  • BootzBootz
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    I agree, thats horrible. ;(
  • Post edited by shibamistress at 2011-11-19 01:32:55
  • JudyJudy
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    We're seeing it with quite a few older shibas. I currently have a 12 yr old foster.
  • Here is one in WI:

    I am rehoming my female Shiba Inu. She is already fixed, so she cant be bred. She is housebroke and kennel trained. Would do best in home with no other dogs and no children. We love her, but do not have enough time for her unfortunately. Pics upon request.

    http://appleton.craigslist.org/pet/2663889774.html

  • MegaenMegaen
    Posts: 265
    Shiba Inu (Millersburg, MO)
    http://columbiamo.craigslist.org/pet/2740423339.html
    [EDIT: Phone # edited, ad flagged for removal]

    2-year-old red ACA registerable Shiba Inu; neutered, wormed, vaccinated (including 3-year rabies tag), housebroken and quiet. Walks well on leash. $50--can deliver. Health records and registration application included.
    573-XXX-1162 or 573-XXX-5955.


    shiba inu (lees summit)
    http://kansascity.craigslist.org/pet/2740608715.html

    This is a 3 yr old beautiful, friendly shiba inu. She looks like a fox. My youngest daughter appears to be allergic and we cant get her past this. She is good with kids. She is shy at first and barks at strangers but she warms up quickly. She has no health issues, however she has not been fixed. She is a great dog! free to a good home and must be able to show her love! I can send txt pic only
    Post edited by curlytails at 2012-01-20 18:51:25
  • JudyJudy
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    Sure does. If you put that phone number into your search engine, comes up with ads for shihtzus, shibas & beagles!
  • Stef777Stef777
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    http://orangecounty.craigslist.org/pet/2742083466.html

    2 Shiba Inu- Free to Perfect Home (Orange County, CA


    Please contact us if you are interested in giving our 2 beautiful dogs a loving home. My husband and I recently had a baby and our dogs are not adjusting well. We have a male, Louie Vuitton, 3 years old, Red/White and a female, Chanel who is 2 years, Black/white/tan. They need a yard or someone who is incredibly active with time to play fetch, go running or dedicate time to them daily. They love people and to give love, such neat personalities. Really want you to earn their trust. They are both housebroken, excellent at obeying and overall amazing dogs. The main issue is they do not currently get along well with other dogs. This has been a recent development and I feel with proper training, this could easily change. I will only give them to an amazing home, one in which they will be loved and treated like a member of the family. It is heartbreaking to make this decision, so I can only do it if my heart will be peaceful. I have pictures and will be glad to answer any questions.



  • BootzBootz
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    http://sfbay.craigslist.org/sby/pet/2803865099.html


    I have a 9 Month Shiba Inu Female, her name is Sushi.
    She has all of her shots, and is the best dog Ive ever seen.
    Her personality is amazing, great with kids and loves to play.
    The best cuddler Ive ever met !

    I have a rottweiler , so I can not keep this little one.
    Shes looking for someone who has some time for her, and who is patient and loving.
    I love this dog to death and you will too .

    please text me or call me if you are interested, but email first
    Thank you for your time !

    :( Sign. She shouldn't have gotten it in the first place
    Post edited by Bootz at 2012-01-20 15:17:34
  • ^ wow why did she got a shiba if she has a rottweiler???
  • BootzBootz
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    http://sfbay.craigslist.org/scz/for/2806988183.html

    Am i the only one that thinks this shiba looks a little off?
  • curlytailscurlytails
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    Post edited by curlytails at 2012-01-20 19:00:40
  • BootzBootz
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    ah. ok :)
  • BootzBootz
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    http://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/pet/2810148456.html

    Another one :( i just noticed they're all females!
  • curlytailscurlytails
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    Post edited by curlytails at 2012-04-13 15:08:26
  • sunyatasunyata
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  • SakuSaku
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    Post edited by Saku at 2012-01-20 20:55:58
  • BootzBootz
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    @Saku, I am in SF! But unfortunately i already have two females. Bf will only accept a 3rd if its male to balance the house. lol T_T
  • InoushiInoushi
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    @ivanmeza03, what does owning a rottweiler have to do with it? I owned a rottweiler before my shiba and they get along beautifully. Rottweilers are some of the most tolorant dogs when it comes to introducing new pets. Mine allowed a mouse to ride on her head on a daily basis, and before I got my shiba, shared free reign of the house with my ferret (which can't happen anymore due to the shiba). To be honest shibas are much more likely to not accept a new dog over a rottweiler, and im not talking about my own experience, but the general experiences for both breeds. Please dont take media hype as fact about the breed. If you look up their history you would be very surprised.

    Sorry for coming in so off topic, but comments like these are the reason breed specific legislation is getting so much traction and are displacing so many dogs.
  • SakuSaku
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    Post edited by Saku at 2012-01-20 22:05:24
  • @Inoushi what I meant with my comment was if she already had a dog, why did she got a another one knowing she wouldn't be able to handle it. My cousin has a rottie, and many of my friends have pitts, I know they're not as the media portrays them, sweet dogs, specially with kids. Sorry for the misunderstanding
  • BootzBootz
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    @shibamistress, I think it depends on how many dogs are in the household. Bootz personality is really easy going/low maintenance because my Pom mix is very up tight. So they're like Ying and Yang.
    Post edited by Bootz at 2012-01-20 23:00:48
  • lindsaytlindsayt
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  • lindsaytlindsayt
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  • sunyatasunyata
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  • curlytailscurlytails
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    Post edited by curlytails at 2012-04-13 15:09:15
  • BootzBootz
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    http://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/pet/2954354623.html

    I forgot who was in charge of the Shiba rescue in the bay area...

    so hopefully somebody knows and can direct them to the link!

    7 year old Shiba, red male. Needs to be re homed since owner has a new job that requires a lot of travel
  • lindsaytlindsayt
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  • curlytailscurlytails
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    Post edited by curlytails at 2012-04-13 15:03:09
  • KitsuKitsu
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    Such a cute Shiba Inu! :P
  • curlytailscurlytails
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    Post edited by curlytails at 2012-06-23 19:22:37
  • curlytails and I have posted this Craigslist item on the Peninsula and Sacramento Shiba Inu Meetup websites.
  • pdleepdlee
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    I live in the Midwest and am always looking on sites for Shibas (although I don't plan on getting one for a few more years), and found this one today.

    http://omaha.craigslist.org/pet/3061203004.html

    We have an amazing 2yr old female(not fixed) sheba inu that we have have to get rid of cause we are moving. We are moving in 2weeks and must find her a good home. She is great with kids and cats. She does get along with small dogs but not so well with bigger ones. Her name is Foxy Roxy and she looks just like a big fox/small red husky. She is very playful and loves to play catch. All her toys, leaches and food will go with her. We have trained her to do some tricks and is house broken. She would be a great show dog or breeder but is very good at just being a mans best friend. If you have any questions or would like to do a trial run with her please call Jenna at XXX-XXX-XXX. The housing fee can be discussed. We would love for someone to enjoy her as we have.
  • ShintalverShintalver
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    http://denver.craigslist.org/hsh/3056024499.html

    This one is really bad, "he does have a heart tummer but showes no sign of it or is out growing it" WHAT?!? They also have an older ad, which shows they had two dogs, a male and female, 260 each or 500 for both. I guess whoever got the female didn't want the male with the "heart tummer." Just sad :-(

    http://denver.craigslist.org/for/2987032719.html

    This one is due to aggressiveness towards other dogs.

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