good feelings right back at ya!
soooo, how much does she weigh now?
I'm guessing around 22 - 23, but you're a year overdue on an update.
I've always been in love with the Shiba Inu. The way they look and their smaller size. And finally, after many years, I adopted a 10 month old pup from Houston. He was very, very dominant and was displaying it with my other dog which is a heeler/rottie mix from the get-go. But over time, I've managed to show my Shiba that he is not the one paying my mortgage. Folks, I do not recommend this dog unless you're willing to understand/respect the breed and it's characteristics. They are not lap dogs and never will be for the most part. They are truly like cats with a serious streak of independence. And only follows you around if you have treats. It took me 6 months of patience and tenacity to help him learn to walk properly on a leash and come when called. I recommend a bag-pack to help them release their "fiery" energy level on walks unless you're a runner. They will run until they drop dead. It's been almost 8 months now and we finally respect and trust one another. We love him to bits and will always have a Shiba from this point on. But please do your research before getting one and talk first-hand with Shiba owners for tips and advice.
Hey I have a pure bread Shiba Inu. He is 15 weeks old, his colour is supposed to be sesame red, but he is developing a black spot on his tail its very unique. I dont mind the way it looks but am not sure if this is normal??? Also how do I stop him from biting, I have tried the whole ouch thing that doesnt seem to help!