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Mission Statement

We ensure that each dog that is rescued is neutered/ spayed, fully vaccinated, micro-chipped and evaluated. The dogs are pla ced in our volunteer’s homes, where they are cared for in a home environment, integrated with families and other pets (as applicable). The dog’s health, temperament, behaviors are all evaluated and documented during a period of approximately 2-16 weeks. In some cases, the Shiba Inu may be put on a training program with an IACP (International Association of Canine Professionals) accredited dog trainer for behavior modification. Only after the dog is properly evaluated, and all medical needs are addressed will the dog be placed in the appropriately fitting home for both the dog and the adoptive family.

All of our dogs are adopted out with an "ok" from our vet stating that they are healthy and have no illnesses. They go to their homes with bedding, a 5lb bag of food, toys, all of their vaccines and spay/ neuter already performed. They are also microchipped. Forever homes will need to register the microchip and get their new pet licensed in your county.

The adoption donation is tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law since we are a registered 501c3 charity. Please complete an application at:


Saving Shibas Inc. is a 501(c)3 rescue group, consisting of volunteers and specializing in the Shiba Inu breed. Our dogs are rescued from shelters, neglect, abandonment and homes in distress.

We became incorporated on December 13, 2010 and are happy to announce that we obtained non-profit status as of February 14, 2011 (Valentine's Day)! Now what could be more fitting for a breed that we absolutely adore?

Our volunteers are familiar with this breed; many of us are servants to our own Shibas. Our volunteers do not receive any compensation, and most have full time jobs and assist with Shiba rescue on the weekends.



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