Ever seen a small fluffy doggo who’s playful and acts like a cat from time to time? Then you have encountered a Shiba Inu. They are a Japanese breed whose ancestors are large Akita, Kishu, Hokkaido, Kia, medium Shikoku and small Shiba. They were bred to hunt birds and sometimes hunt the wild boar.
These puppers can easily be mistaken for stuffed toys and are very playful and alert dogs. They can easily win the heart of even the most cold-hearted person as they are very lovable and adapt well in the apartment living environment. Though they can be a bit hard to train and if not exercised well, they can become a small destructive tornado just like Taz from the Looney Tunes. Other than that, they are always very high spirited and pleasant in nature. We have collected 43 photos of Shiba Inu that will brighten up your day.
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“Please keep on talking. I like what I’m hearing.”
Who’s your best friend? Maru:
Shiba Inu Maru Loves To Sleep, Especially With His Little Stuffed Polar Bear Toy
They know how to pose and when the light is right…
Oh My God He’s Looking Straight At The Camera With Crossed Paws This Is The Best Photo I’ve Taken
That’s how you brighten up everyone’s day.
Someone Put This Sign Up On The Campus Notice Board And It Made My Entire Day
“I was just pretending to fly when i realized i was stuck!”
Just Hangin’ Out Here… Stuck? No Way
We can see the regret in her eyes.
She Ate A Scorpion
Shiba Inu have very fluffy, curled and short tails. Apparently, they look like a baby fox with prick ears and a lot of fur making them a great breed to cuddle with. They weigh around 20 pounds (It varies from dog to dog) and have some skilled ninja moves. They are alert and have a bold yet fierce personality. The Japanese describe this breed in three words:
kaani-i (spirited boldness), ryosei (good nature), and soboku (alertness).
“Don’t make me mad… In case you do, say your prayers.”
Happy dogs smile the prettiest!
“Hello camping neighbor!”
“WEE… Hooman i love swings! Swing me faster!!!”
Uni-Chan Is A 7-Year-Old Shiba Inu Who Loves Swings
“Hooman, I don’t quite like this… Please put me down.”
I’m Tired Of This “Couple’s Yoga” Thing Karen
That’s a fan or perhaps just an overly charged Shiba Inu.
What Th..- Turbo Doge!
Shiba Inu in a very playful mode.
A beautiful baby and mama moment.
My Puppy Gave His Mom A Hug
It’s Doge Trump.
She Looked So Pleased With Herself, Until I Decided To Have Some Fun
It’s a Shiba train!
All Aboard The Shibe Express
The ultimate Shiba blep! *Melts…*
Meet Ryuji, The Most Expressive Shiba From Japan
Shiba playing with Shiba action figure is the best thing on the internet today.
Before and after having a meal… *Those toofies though!*
The bag is filled with dog treats.
Adventure Shibe Reporting For Duty
Shiba Sticking Their Heads Out Of The Wall And Waiting To Be Not
“Left foot, right foot, left foot…”
When Someone Forces You To Go Out And You Actually Have Fun
Being from Japan, of course, these Shiba know karate!
That’s definitely his tinder profile photo.
We can get lost in their fur…
Conspiracy Theory: Memory Foam Is Made From Shiba Inus
This is adorable. Guess Shiba enjoys nature.
Screen Captures That Perfectly Depict Yoshi’s Derpy Yet Nutty Personality
Boo! The Shiba Inu ghost…
I Managed To Capture A Scary Ghost Sighting
“Whatcha talking about?! There’s no one underneath!”
“They see me rollin, they lovin’.”
That a bread loaf Shiba!
Oh You Thought I Was A Bunny? Bamboozled!
Twerk it like Miley!
When you’re the short one in the squad.
“Take a bath they said…It’ll be fun they said.”
This Week On Shiba Ball Z…
“No, no, no” *Tickle time!!*
That’s a very strong Shiba!
This Shiba is an artist. Look at that masterpiece.
“I make dog doors for a living.”
The Shiba Redemption
More like a red light therapy.
That tail is perfectly fluffy and curled. *Wiggle Wiggle!*
“Hooman, we refuse to walk. Now make us!”
When you see bae after months.
Two peas in a pod.
Credits: Charlynn Rose
Shiba Inu is a perfect dog to have. That fluffiness is worth everything. What do you guys think? Let is know in the comments below. Also, share this with fellow doggy owners.