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Someone who loves an ill-reputed dog breed will jump to its defense.

Someone who loves Shiba Inus usually does the exact opposite. Their favorite dog doesn’t have a public relations problem.

It needs one.

Most people who look at these dogs see a cute, surprisingly soulful dog – especially since they’ve become a viral web sensation. But the people who own them know they’re no walk in the park.

“Our club is trying to increase public education about the breed because, quite honestly, they’re not the breed for everyone,” said Kim Hoberg, a Shiba breeder and president of the National Shiba Club of America.

If owners aren’t prepared to implement a strict training regimen, Hoberg said, Shibas are “the devil in disguise.”

So thank heaven for Masako Yamamoto. When Southern California Shiba Inus find their way to animal shelters, the dogs sometimes end up in Long Beach with her, where she sends them to more Shiba-ready homes.

Yamamoto runs Saving Shibas, one of a handful of Shiba Inu rescues in the U.S. Her tiny nonprofit picked up 18 of the dogs last year from animal shelters as far away as San Diego and Las Vegas.

Yamamoto said owning the Japanese breed isn’t for everyone, but for her it’s worth the howling, the digging and the antisocial behavior.

“I love all dogs and I’ve had many other breeds, but there’s something – I think the most rewarding part is when you actually get a tough cookie and you’re able to make it appreciate you and be loyal,” she said. “That’s the crème de la crème. You’ve cracked the hardest nut.”

WOLF IN DOG CLOTHING

Let’s say someone buys a cute and playful Shiba that’s allowed indulgences like jumping up on the couch. They don’t socialize the dog to make it comfortable around strangers and strange dogs – “five new places a week, 50 new faces a week is the rule,” according to Yamamoto.

This Shiba gets older and acts aloof or mischievous. Scolding doesn’t work, and in fact it seems like she doesn’t care what her owner thinks anymore.

After a year or two, the owner decides this isn’t what they signed up for and they give the dog up. Lots of the dogs Yamamoto takes in through Saving Shibas are “owner surrenders.” Other dogs, which aren’t socialized properly, might nip at toddlers.

“They start to see you as an equal,” Yamamoto said.

Saving Shibas is one of about 16 active rescue groups in the country that connect abandoned or stray Shiba Inus with foster homes, according to fundraising group Shiba Prom.

Shiba Prom is solely involved with this breed because, once in a shelter, the dog can require special treatment, according to Chairwoman Martha Silver.

These dogs are often antisocial and bear pain quietly, she said. A Shiba that’s scared or nursing a wound or a sore might quickly make a bad name for itself at the pound.

“Rather than deciding that the negative behaviors make the animal less desirable for adoption and placed on a list for euthanization, the staff call a Shiba Inu rescue and allow them to evaluate the dog,” Silver said in an email.

There’s a good reason why Shibas aren’t naturally a sit-and-stay type of dog. Their genes are more similar to wolves’ than any other common breed, according to a National Geographic article from 2012.

It’s not that Shibas are impossible to own or train – it’s just that you need to contend with their instinct for hunting and pack behavior.

“You have to be a strong alpha owner. They will test you, sometimes they won’t take no for an answer. You have to constantly stay on them – ‘no, no, no, no’ – until they get it,” Hoberg said.

TRAINING IS CONSTANT

The difference between a trained Shiba and a newly rescued foster was clear on a recent walk with Kokomo, a rescue, and Yamamoto’s own pack of three Shibas: Bravo, Winnie and Yumi.

Yamamoto had plucked Kokomo out of a San Diego animal shelter in December. The roughly 5-year-old stray acted like many other dogs in a park, yipping and pulling on his leash when he wanted to do something.

His boisterous behavior would have seemed nearly normal if not for the preternatural calm of the three more settled dogs. They hardly made a peep besides a bit of scratching at the dirt, and even that was snuffed out with a tsk from Yamamoto. The dogs seemed content to gaze into the distance like wizened sailors looking for land.

This sense of harnessed energy is apparently typical for trained Shibas, which often remind people of foxes and cats. Yamamoto is an old hand at fostering that respect, which you have to earn, she said.

Her experience with Shibas goes back 28 years, when her father picked up two dropped off near LAX after an international flight.

“It was on Mother’s Day. How could I forget?” said Chieko Yamamoto, Masako’s mom and the dogs’ caretaker when Masako is at her day job.

Masako Yamamoto realizes “it really could have been a bad, bad situation” because they didn’t know what they were getting into. Luckily, the family’s sheltie and Russian wolfhound took those Shibas under their wings.

Yamamoto started fostering Shibas five years ago when a local rescue that knew she was interested in them called and asked her if she would try it. She did and kept at it, funding expensive surgeries through crowdsourcing site Indiegogo, until she filed for 501(c)3 status in 2011.

Now Yamamoto receives support from the corporate stewardship program at her employer, Toyota, as well as Shiba Prom and others. The money pays for food, veterinary bills, travel expenses and anything else that can come up.

But Saving Shibas comes with a pretty great reward. One of Yamamoto’s three dogs, the serene Yumi, is adopted. She had the 12-year-old for two years and she’s as sweet as can be.

More than that, though, Yamamoto gets the sense from her and other dogs she’s rescued, even two or three years after sending them off with another experienced owner, that the dogs are grateful.

“Some of them really seem to understand that you’ve saved them,” Yamamoto said. “They have this great appreciation towards you.”

Contact the writer: 714-796-2390 or [email protected]

Sours: https://www.ocregister.com/2014/01/20/group-saves-warns-of-devil-in-disguise-dog-breed/

Welcome to
Midwest Shiba Inu Rescue!

Midwest Shiba Inu Rescue (MSIR) was founded in 2002 and is a a registered 501(c)3 non-profit and licensed rescue.  We help to save and place Shiba Inus throughout the Midwest, including Minnesota, Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois and Indiana.

MSIR does not have a facility - we are a network of volunteers and foster homes throughout the Midwest.  MSIR dogs live in volunteer foster homes where their medical needs are taken care of and they receive love, care and a little training until they can be placed in their forever home.  You can learn more about our adoption process here.

MSIR is a non-profit organization that is able to care for and find loving homes for Shibas thanks to our generous volunteers and donors.  Some of the dogs we save are in danger of being euthanized in shelters, others are released from puppy mills, come in as strays, have medical or behavior issues or are from homes where their owners are not able to care for them anymore. 

We always are in need of more foster homes, volunteers and donations to provide care.  Please learn more about how you can help here.

Sours: https://www.shibarescue.org/
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About Us

Prairie Shibas is located on a ranch in SW Nebraska. We breed our dogs for the enjoyment and pleasure of producing healthy, happy, quality (to breed standard), Shiba Inus. Our puppies are socialized with children and animals, including cattle, cats and other dogs. Some of the facts you should know about us is that the care of our dogs, and our puppies come first at Prairie Shibas. We perform extensive health testing on our breeding stock. Health testing can be viewed at www.offa.org.

My Story

I have been an animal lover all of my life. My love of animals began with horses and in 1990 I became a barn manager for one of the Top Paint horse breeders in Washington for 5 years. Not liking the wet and wanting a dryer climate we moved to Nebraska, where my mother was born and raised. I was here 4 months and the local vet called me and wanted to know if I would like to work for him. Wow, how did he know what I did? Small area, word gets around was what my Aunt said. I have been with Western Plains Vet Service now since November 1998.  I am retired now but still help out when they need me. We are proud to announce that as of April of 2021, I have achieved the AKC Breeder of Merit.

Pam & Tom Logsdon

We came across our first Shiba in 2005. Maika was unlike any previous breed we had been familiar with. Her characteristics took owning a dog to another level. House training was not an effort. She was very intuitive and did not have any dog odor, shedding or blowing their coats only twice a year. We fell in love with the breed and decided to add a Shiba Inu male, Obi Wan Keobi. We felt this was a breed of dog we were willing to share with others. We bred and sold my paint horses but never bred and sold dogs, with my vet technician background, I felt I could go down this road. We only breed Shiba Inus. They are very unique and although not for everyone, it is difficult to own another breed once you’ve been owned by a Shiba. When we plan a breeding we have a specific goal in mind and often keep a puppy from the combination to further our line. Characteristics we choose are confidence-mental soundness, ideal Japanese Shiba Inu conformation, excellent coat quality/color and sound health. Pedigree is also closely studied prior to breeding to ensure the offspring are not in-bred. I have worked very hard to be able to own and improve my breeding dogs. Showing is new to me and with the help of friends and grandchildren, I enjoy showing and have 1 Grand champion and 5 Champions. We will be adding new champions, hopefully each year.

Sours: https://prairieshiba.com/about-us
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7 Things To Consider Before Even Thinking About Getting A Shiba Inu

If you've been thinking of welcoming a Shiba Inu into your home - welcome to the club!

The skyrocketing popularity of Shibas due to the dogecoin fiasco, silly memes, and puppy cams have led to issues such as an increase in "puppy mill Shibas" and new Shiba owners not understanding what they're getting into.

long hair shiba inu puppy on left

Shiba Inus are NOT something you should just "shop" for.

You should never get a puppy simply because it's the latest fad. Remember the Taco Bell commercial and the rise in Chihuahua popularity?

Simply ridiculous.

A dog is living sentient being that has special needs. Certain breeds of dogs have much different needs than others.

Did you know that the Shiba Inu is one of THE MOST primitive breeds today?

They are.

And owning a primitive breed requires someone who understands the challenges that come with these types of  breeds.

Do you want a Shiba because you believe you understand the breed and can offer the best environment and lifestyle that will allow the dog to thrive?

Not sure? Read on find out.

# 1 - Where? Oh Where Will Your Shiba Inu Come From?

examples of typical puppy mill shiba inus

4-month old Shiba Inu puppy bred responsibly:

Quality Shiba Inu puppies from reputable Shiba Inu breeders are hard to come by.

And they'll be costly.

Unfortunately, that's the main reason SO MANY unsuspecting new Shiba Inu owners get their pup from a puppy mill or a backyard breeder.

Don't. I repeat.

Don't do that. 

You won't find a quality Shiba Inu puppy at the "pet store", Craig's List, or some online "puppy store". 

puppy mill shiba inu craigslist

What you will likely find is a puppy that is likely to have physical, genetic, and mental defects that will affect the dog for the rest of their life.

You'll also be supporting the insidiously cruel world of "puppies for profit"  - a world where parent dogs silently suffer in their own form of Hell at the mercy of greedy breeders.

Puppies from backyard breeders (byb's) and mills are often low quality specimens of the breed that often have anxiety and aggression issues due to their upbringing and environment. 

To put it frankly and unapologetically - you'll get an "ugly" Shiba Inu puppy.

likely puppy mill shiba inu

Adult Shiba  Inus from puppy mills suffer greatly

Physically ugly, because the breeder could care less about breed standards and health testing.

Morally ugly, because it was forced into this world for profit while causing suffering to their adult parents.

Intellectually ugly, because it was "purchased" by owners who didn't do proper research and instead put their needs and desires ("OH, I must get a Shiba Inu now♥♥!!") - above the health of sentient living beings.

Don't be that type of owner. If you can't afford or wait to get an ethically bred Shiba Inu puppy - adopt. 

If you find this advice harsh - good - it's meant to be as puppy mills and backyard breeders is a harsh reality that will only get worse without awareness.

# 2 - Wrong Reasons For Wanting a Shiba Inu

Reason: You want a Shiba because they're so freakin adorable.

All of us have been guilty at getting something just because it's so pretty or soooo cute.

As Shiba Inus rise in popularity, more and more potential new dog owners are drawn to the breed due their looks and "curb appeal".

However Shiba Inus are simply not cute faces.

They're a unique breed of dog that requires an owner to thoroughly understand their personality, traits, and needs.

All to often, Shiba Inus wind up in shelters because the new owners realized all too quickly that looks aren't everything.

shiba inu frolicking in the grass

Reason: You want a Shiba because you want a loving companion.

A Shiba is not. 

"Repeat"...

Is not a typical affection loving, sweet and playful dog like a Labrador or Golden Retriever. 

There are exceptions to the rule but it's not common.

So if you want a affectionate, playful and attentive dog - cross the Shiba Inu off your list.

# 3 - Shibas Need a LOT of Training and Socialization

stubborn shiba inu

The personality traits of a typical Shiba Inu can make training a challenge.

They are stubborn, aloof, and NOT eager to please.

For this reason, many Shiba owners simply give up on training and believe their Shiba is untrainable. 

This isn't true of course and the lack of training makes an already difficult breed... even more difficult.

Issues such as anxiety, aggression, resource guarding, and escape risks become more difficult to manage.

shiba inu puppy chewing

For these very reasons, Shiba Inu actually need more training than most dogs.

And this training and socialization should start at an early age (6 - 8 weeks).

Socializing an Shiba puppy is the most important period of the dog's life and doing so will take time (lots of it), patience, and perseverance. 

So basically, a Shiba Inu puppy is DEFINITLY not for someone who can't spend an extraordinary amount of time during it's puppyhood for socialization and training.

shiba inu puppy an adult

Without proper socialization, Shibas can become very difficult to handle.

Routine tasks such as bathing, nail clipping, and vet visits can become downright horrific for both Shiba and owner. 

Shibas are dogs that need experienced owners - plain and simple.

# 4 - Having Enough Funds $$$ To Care For a Shiba Inu

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I've heard of many stories where new Shiba owners save up alllllllll their money to purchase a quality bred Shiba pup only to have little budget left for the "other stuff". 

And that "other stuff" can quickly add up.

Veterinarian care, quality nutrition, boarding toys, bedding, accessories, training...

And what if there's a medical emergency?

Will your Shiba Inu have pet insurance or will you have no problem covering a possible four-figure medical bill?

Owning a Shiba Inu, or any dog, can get very expensive. 

Very fast.

If you don't have the budget to provide a comfortable life for a Shiba Inu - wait until you do.  

Also if you can't afford a medical emergency bill BUT you still plan on acquiring a Shiba or any dog - dog insurance may be right for you.

It'll give you piece of mind and ensure that your Shiba can get the best medical care possible.

# 5 - Having a Shiba Inu Safe Environment

shiba inu lying comfortably on the couch

Shiba Inu were once small game hunters and many still retain a lot of that deeply embedded instinctual prey drive.

That's great for those who want help with mice patrol but bad for those that do not have properly contained home environments for the dogs. 

Those considering a Shiba must have a safe and secure home that a Shiba cannot escape from.

Gates, double doors, locks.

Basically the works in Shiba security.

A bolting Shiba is a fast Shiba, and we've all heard too many stories of owners tragically losing their Shibas due to a forgotten door or gate being left opened.

Also consider the region you live in - Shibas prefer cooler environments due to their plush double coat.

# 6 - Fur. Just Fur.

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Shiba Inu Shedding Heavily

The plush double coat of a Shiba Inu will bring a lot of "oohs and ahhhs" from wide-eyed admirers.

It'll also bring a lot fur into your life.

A Shiba Inu is a Spitz dog with a plush undercoat that completely "blows" twice a year.

During this coat blowing period, their fur will be just about everywhere.

On your clothes, in the carpet, and in your food.

Those that have "O.C.D. / neat freak" issues or allergies will need to take this into consideration.

Brushing the Shiba's coat during coat blow, and vacuuming often will thankfully keep the shedding under relative control.

Other than that, the shedding during the rest of the year is not really that bad...

# 7 - Attitude

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Shiba attitude, sometimes referred to as "Shibattitude" is well, unique.

They are stubborn - yet soulful.

Demanding - yet reserved.

Indifferent - yet loyal.

A Shibas attitude is something only true fanciers understand, enjoy and "deal with". 

shiba dog grinning

For those new to Shiba Inus, this attitude can lead to issues in training, socialization, and everyday tasks such as grooming.

Coexisting with a Shiba Inu requires patience and a true understanding of a Shiba's multifaceted personality.

No Shiba will stand for any "alpha" training B.S. as they very well know they are our equals.

Shiba Inus require owners that they can trust and respect without fail. 

And if you think you can provide them with that, then perhaps a Shiba Inu may be, just maybe, the right dog for you. 

Sours: https://myfirstshiba.com/considering-a-shiba-inu/

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FLASH: AKARI COMPLETES HER CHAMPIONSHIP BY WINNING HER FIRST FOUR STRAIGHT SHOWS AT ONLY SIX MONTHS

Breeder of Merit Advanced Recognition

FLASH: MARMA FARMS BECOMES FIRST SHIBA INU BREEDER TO BE ACCEPTED IN GOLD LEVEL

We were 2 of the original 50 members selected by AKC

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70 Marma bred puppies have won points 1st weekend shown

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Champion Marma's Mystical Illusion ROM-HOF, (Misty)

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(Spirit/Sage)

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Misty finished her Championship in only 6 shows

Misty in one of 3 littermates that all finished their Championship on the same 2 day weekend

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Grand Champion Marma's I Believe in Magic AOM-ROM, (Magic)

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(Spirit/Sage)

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Magic is second littermate to finish Championship on same 2 day weekend

Not shown again for a year and Magic goes Best of Breed over the # 1 Shiba Inu

Not shown again for 1 1/2 years & wins Award of Merit at the National Specialty

Not shown again until she was 7 1/2 & finishes her Grand Championship in just 7 shows

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Champion Marma's the Magician, (Mac)

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(Misty/Joe)

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Mac started his show carrier winning a major on his 6 month birthday.

Mac won all his points from the Bred-by Class.

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Grand Champion Marma's Mercedes ROM-HOF, (Mercy)

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(Splash/Mac)

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Mercy won 10 points with 2 majors before she turned 6 1/2 months old

Mercy finishes her Championship with 3 majors

Mercy has had 4 of her puppies win points their first weekend shown

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Champion Marma's Bama Breeze ROM - HOF, (Breezy)

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(Maggie/Wizard)

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Breezy finishes her Championship with a 5 point major

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Champion Marma's Cricket, (Cricket)

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(Splash/Mac)

First 2 weekends shown, Cricket won 7 points with 2 majors

Champion Marma's Akarui Shourai, (Ru)

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(Mercy/Spite)

Ru won a major at his first show with a Best of Breed over 3 Champions

Ru finished his Championship at 9 months old with all points from the Bred-by Class

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Champion Marma's Surprise Package, (Prize)

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(Misty/Cory)

Prize won a major the first time shown

She finished her Championship at 10 months with all points from the Bred-by Class

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Champion Marma's Koumi, (Koumi)

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(Magic/Shogun)

Champion Marma's Rich and Famous, (Richie)

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(Spirit/Joe)

Richie won points his first weekend shown and finished his Championship at 9 months old

Richie has traveled to France

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Grand Champion Morningstar Fujiwara No Megumi Sou ROM-HOF, (Fuji)

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(Mia/Mushashi)

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Fuji finished his Grand Championship in 4 weekends

2 Best of Breeds & Group 3, the first weekend shown, against 5 other Specials

Only shown 3 months & ended up # 12 in 2010

Fuji had 10 offspring Champions in 2012

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Champion Marma's Autumn Breeze, ROM, (Autumn)

(Flash) Autumn becomes 4th generation of ROMs

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(Breezy/Fuji)

Autumn finishes her Championship with all points from the Bred-by Class

Champion Marma's Midnight Breeze, (Sachi)

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(Breezy/Fuji)

Sachi was the 28th Marma bred Shiba Inu to win points the first weekend shown. This was also Mallory Ulmer's first time in the ring, winning 2 points. Sachi was six months and four days.

Sachi finished her Championship with 3 majors, all handled by Mallory

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Champion Marma's Miss Illusive, (Ellie)

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(Sushie/Fuji)

Ellie finishes her Championship with 3 majors

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Champion Marma's Ace of Spades, (Ace)

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(Misty/Fuji)

Ace is the 26th puppy to win points the first weekend shown

Ace finishes his Championship with a 5 point major and all points from the Bred-by Class

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Champion Marma's The Gambler, (Gambler)

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(Misty/Fuji)

Gambler finished his Championship with 4 majors, all from the Bred by Class

Champion Marma's Light Your Fire, (Fire)

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(Cricket/Fuji)

Fire started out with a major and a total of 7 points before he turned 7 months

Fire finished his Championship with 4 majors and 1 Best of Breed over a Special, all from the Bred-by Class

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Champion Marma's Carmel Candy, (Carmel)

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(Dee/Million)

Carmel finishes her Championship with 4 majors

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Champion Marma's Crimson Tide, (Tide)

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(Dee/Million)

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Tide finishes his Championship with 3 majors, all from the Bred-by Class

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Champion Marma's Summer Breeze, (Summer)

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(Breezy/Fuji)

Summer finishes her Championship with 3 majors

Summer was the 10th Champion offspring from Fuji in 2012

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Champion Marma's Yankee Doodle Dandy, (Dandy)

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(Breezy/Fuji)

Dandy, born on the 4th of July, was our 29th Marma bred Shiba Inu to win points the first weekend shown

In 2 weekends Dandy had 13 points with both majors and finishes his Championship with a Best of Breed

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Champion Marma's Autumn Sunset, (Sunny)

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(Autumn/Fire)

Sunny's first weekend shown, she won 2 majors from the Bred-by Class, beating a Grand Champion

Sunny finishes her Championship in 3 weekend, with 4 majors, all from the Bred-by Class

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Champion Marma's Magic's Destiny ROM, (Destiny)

(Flash) Destiny becomes 4th generation of ROMs

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(Magic/Fuji)

Destiny is the 31st puppy to win points the first weekend shown, winning a major
Destiny wins a 5 point major and finishes her Championship with 5 majors

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Champion Marma's Great Expectations, (Ranger)

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(Splash/Mac)

Ranger finishes his Championship at 11 months

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Champion Marma's The Trilogy, NEW ROM, (Trey)

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(Mercy/Koryuu)

Trey is the 30th puppy to win points the first weekend shown, winning 2 majors

Trey finishes his Championship in 6 shows at 7 months and 1 week old

Trey finishes with 3 majors

Grand Champion Marma's Koda, (Koda)

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(Dixie/Fuji)

Koda is shown completing his Grand Championship

Koda was purchased as a puppy for a family companion. Koda turned out to be a Champion in only 4 months in an area with limited Shiba Inus at shows. Koda had to travel to get points.

Champion Marma's Deal or No Deal, (Dealer)

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(Dixie/Fuji)

Dealer was the 40th Marma bred Shiba puppy to win points the first weekend shown, winning a major. Dealer has 13 points with both majors.

Dealer finishes his Championship 1-17-15

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Champion Marma'a Danielle, (Danielle)

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(Autumn/Tide)

Danielle is the 38th Marma bred Shiba puppy to win points the first weekend shown

Danielle completes her Championship with 3 four point majors from the Bred By Class

The last two majors were back to back majors at the Heart of Dixie Shiba Specialties

Champion Marma's Dive In, (Diver)

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(Splash/Fuji)

Diver was the 39th Marma bred Shiba puppy to win points the first weekend shown.

Diver finishes his Championship with three majors, all from the Bred by Class

(ANOTHER TITLE) Champion Marma's Picture Perfect SWN (NW1, NW2, NW3-ELT, ELT1, ELT2, (Kimi)

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(Summer/Trey)

Kimi completes Championship at seven months, in three weekends

Kimi is the 43rd Marma puppy to win points 1st weekend shown

Kimi wins three point major, first weekend shown, at six months

2nd weekend shown, Kimi wins 2 five point majors

3rd weekend, Kimi wins a three point major

Pictured with owner, Celia Ulmer

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Champion Marma's Dixieland Delight, (Dixie)

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(Mercy/Fuji)

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Dixie shown winning third major and finishing her Championship

Champion Marma's Arthur Boo Radley, (Radley)

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(Breezy/Fuji)

Six months and six days, Radley becomes 44th Marma bred Shiba puppy to win points first weekend shown. Radley is also the 20th to win a major first weekend, winning a three point major. Radley was handled by his new owner, Vanessa Alanis. In six shows, Radley has nine points.

Radley completes his Championship with Winners Dog, Best of Winners and Best of Breed over a Champion for a four point major.

Marma's Firecracker, (Liberty)

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Breezy/Fuji

Liberty, born on the fourth of July, was forty fifth Marma bred Shiba Inu to win points first weekend shown and twenty first to win a major first weekend shown

Grand Champion Marma's Amber, (Amber)

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Sophie/Mac

Amber wins Best of Breed first show as a Champion over a Champion and two Grand Champions

Amber becomes 46th Marma puppy to win points first weekend shown going Best of Winners for two points at six months.

In two weekend Amber has five points

Now Amber has twelve points with both majors

Amber completes her Championship winning a five point major

Grand Champion Iki Kadzukemono, (Zuke)

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Kirey Kazoku Ima Yuko/Kirey Kazoku Nibori Oku

Six months and a day old, Zuke wins a three point major at her first show.

Second weekend, Zuke has a total of six points and two Best of Breeds

Third weekend, still six months, Zuke has thirteen points, winning a three and a four point major

Zuke completes her Championship with a five point major, all from the six to nine puppy class



Champion Marma's Kenshin, (Kenshin)

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Destiny/Trey

Six months and a week, Kenshin wins a three point major and a single point

Next weekend, still six months, Kenshin wins a three and a four point major, bringing his total to eleven points

Kenshin completes his Championship winning a five point major with a total of four majors



Champion Marma's Thaissia At Anjon, (Taya)

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Destiny/Tide

Taya is the 47th Marma bred Shiba Inu to win points the first weekend, winning a five point major

Flash! Taya wins a four point major

Taya wins Best of Opposite Sex, over a Champion, to win two points

Taya repeats Best of Opposite Sex for two more points

Taya finishes her championship on 6-11-17

Champion Marma's Livin A Dream NEW ROM, (Dream)

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Destiny/Trey

At six months and a week, Dream becomes 48th Marma bred puppy to win points the first weekend shown.

Dream starts her show career with back to back four point majors and gets a Best of Opposite Sex by beating two Grand Champions

Second weekend, still six months old, Dream wins a three point major

Third weekend, Dream wins a three point major, only needing one point to be a Champion

Dream wins two points on fourth weekend. New Champion at seven and a half months old

Champion Kirey Kazoku Akiyoshi Mirai, (Mirai)

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Daykiti/Oku

First weekend shown, Mirai wins a three point major at six months

Second weekend shown, Mirai wins another three point major

Third weekend, Mirai wins two more points

Fourth weekend, Mirai wins three majors in three days to complete his Championship with five majors

Champion Marma's Crystal, (Crystal)

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Sophie/Mac

Crystal starts her show career with a three point major from the puppy class

Next weekend shown, Crystal wins another three point major

Next weekend shown, Crystal wins four more points

Next weekend shown - Five points - NEW CHAMPION

Crystal completes her Championship with three majors

Champion Kirey Kazoku Raysan ROM, (Raysan)

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Biba/Oku

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First weekend shown, Raysan wins a three point major

Second weekend shown, Raysan wins two more points

Raysan wins four more points

Raysan wins two more than finishes with a three point major.

Champion Marma's Sandpiper. (Piper)

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Autumn/Trey

Piper, at six months, starts her show career as the 49th Marma bred puppy to win points first weekend shown, by going Best of Breed over two Grand Champions for a four point major, also making Piper the 23rd puppy to win a major the first weekend shown.

That same first weekend, Piper wins another four point major making her the 11th puppy to win both majors the first weekend.

Piper wins two more points the next weekend.

Piper wins third major winning three points.

Piper completes her Championship with a fourth major

Champion Marma's Third Time's a Charm, (Charm)

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Destiny/Trey

Second weekend shown, Charm wins two points.

Third weekend Charm wins two points

Still six months old, Charm wins Best Opposite Sex over three Champion females for a four point major.

Charm wins two more points.

Charm wins a three point major

Charm finishes her Championship with a three point major

Champion Marma's Harvest Moon, (Luna)

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Kira/Ace

Luna becomes 50th Shiba Inu puppy to win points the first weekend shown, at only six months and a week, winning two five point majors.

Luna is the 25th to win a major first weekend and 12th to win both majors

FLASH - Luna wins two four point majors the second weekend, completing her Championship in six shows at six and one half months

Champion Marma's Settin The World On Fire, (Fire)

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Autumn/Trey

Fire completes his Championship in one weekend with three five point majors at eleven months

Grand Champion Kirey Kazoku Minako, (Minako)

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Emmey/Bis

Minako wins Best of Opposite Sex over a Champion for a five point major at her first show at seven months

Second show, Minako wins another five point major with an entry of twelve

Fourth show, Minako wins third five point major for a new Championship at just eight months old

In just seven more shows, Minako completes her Grand Championship

Champion Marma's Sweet Home Alabama, (Bama)

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Dixie/Kenji

Bama becomes 51st Marma bred Shiba puppy to win points first weekend shown, the 26th puppy to win a major and 13th to win both majors, all in her first two shows at six and a half months old.

Bama wins two more majors bringing her total to twelve points

Bama completes her Championship with her fifth major

Kirey Kazoku Rei Akane, (Akane)

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Biba/Oku

Akane wins two points

Akane wins two majors the next weekend

Marma's Kalani, (Kalani)

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Promise/Raysan

Kalani becomes 52nd Marma bred puppy to win points first weekend shown and 27th to win a major first weekend.

Champion Marma's Hopin For A Grand Slam, (Hope)

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Destiny/Raysan

Hope becomes fifty third Marma bred puppy to win points the first weekend shown and twenty eighth to win a major, all at six months

The next shows, Hope wins another three point major

Still under nine months, Hope wins a five point major from the puppy class

Hope wins a four point major to finish her Championship at nine months

Grand Champion Marma's Southern Belle, (Belle)

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Autumn/Trey

Belle becomes fifty fourth Marma bred puppy to win points the first weekend shown and the twenty ninth to win a major, all before nine months

Belle wins a three and a four point major the next shows, bringing her total to ten points

Belle wins back to back four point Majors to complete her Championship with five Majors

Belle completes her Grand Championship at ten months

Champion Moonlight Joy Down In My Heart at Marma, (Joy)

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Nicki/Kepano

Breeder - Rose Ruch

Owner - Dave & Gail Gordon

Handled by Courtney Hume and John Brown

Joy wins a three and a four point major from the six to nine puppy class

Joy wins another three point Major

Joy completes her Championship with her fourth major

Champion House of Treasure Everybody Luvs Ava, (Ava)

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Kira/Kuzya

Breeder - John Brown, Dave & Gail Gordon

Owner - John Brown

Ava becomes fifty fifth Marma bred puppy to win points first weekend, winning four points at six months and six days

Ave completes her Championship at eight months, the same weekend as her litter sister. Ronni

Grand Champion Marma's Secret Rendezvous, (Ronni)

Flash: 2nd time in the ring as a Champion at eight months, Ronni goes Best of Breed over top Specials and a Non Sporting Group 3 and #8 Non Sporting Group Ranking

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Kira/Kuzya

Breeder: John Brown, Dave & Gail Gordon

Ronni becomes the fifty sixth Marma Bred puppy to win points the first weekend shown, the 30th to win a Major and the 15th to win both Majors, winning two four point Majors.

The next weekend, Ronni wins another four point Major

Next weekend, Ronni wins another Major, completing her Championship at eight months with all Majors, the same weekend as her litter sister, Ava

Champion Marma's Ginger Snap, (Ginger)

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Amber/Mirai

Ginger wins a four point major

Ginger goes Best of Opposite over a Champion for a four point major

Ginger wins back to back four point majors

Champion Marma's Moon Shadow, (Shadow)

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Memory/Ace

Shadow becomes the fifty seventh Marma bred puppy to win points first weekend shown and thirtyth to win a Major, winning three points at six months

At seven months, Shadow wins two five point majors, with one being Best Opposite Sex over two Champions.

Shadow wins her fourth major and completes her Championship at just eight months.

Marma's Dark Lace, (Lacy)

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Akane/Trey

Lacy becomes the fifty eighth Marma bred puppy to win points the first weekend shown and the thirty first to win a major and the sixteenth to win both majors - all at six months and four days.

Champion Marma's Rebel of Sullo, (Rebel)

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Dream/Raysan

Rebel becomes the 59th Marma Bred puppy to win points the first weekend shown. Rebel goes back to back Best of Breeds over a Grand Champion at her very first shows at six months and four days.

Next weekend shown, still six months, Rebel wins two five point majors.

Next weekend shown, Rebel wins two points

Next weekend shown, Rebel completes Championship at seven months.

Owner Handled by Cheri Sullo

Champion Marma's Born To Be Seen, (Sierra)

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Dream/Raysan

Sierra becomes the sixtieth Marma Bred puppy to win points the first weekend shown and the thirty second to win a major the first weekend

Sierra has three majors and a total of fourteen point

Sierra wins fourth major for her Championship

Champion Marma's Charisma, (Cari)

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Zuke/Trey

Cari becomes the 61st Marma bred puppy to win points the first weekend shown, the 33rd to win a major, and the 17th to win both majors the first weekend - All at six months and a week.

Cari starts her show career by winning three 3-point majors in a row.

Cari wins two more majors next weekend shown to finish with five majors

Champion Kirey Kazoku Daichi, (Thunder)

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Biba/Bis

Thunder wins fifteen points in his first five shows

Champion Marma's Echo (Echo)

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Copy/Raysan

Flash: Echo starts her show career on a Thursday and completes her Championship on the following Monday with a three point major, three four point majors.

Echo becomes the 62nd Marma bred puppy to win points the first weekend shown, the 34th to win a major and the 18th to win both majors.


House of Treasure Kaleidoscope at Marma (Kali)

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Taya/Kuzya

Kali wins a five point major at her first show on her six month birthday and then goes on to Best of Breed over two Champions

Champion Marma's Akari at Moonlight, Akari

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Destiny/Raysan

Akari becomes the 63rd Marma bred Shiba to win points the first weekend shown and the 35th to win a major, going Best of Opposite Sex over a Special, at her first show at six months.

Akari wins a four point major at her second show to become the 19th puppy to win both majors Akari wins another four points the third show.

Akari wins another four points in her fourth straight show
Owned by Rose Ruch

CHAMPION Marma's Chasing A Dream, Chase

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Dream/Raysan

Chase starts his show career with a three point major, becoming the 64th Marma bred puppy to win points the first weekend shown and the 36th to win a major, all at six months.

Next shows after virus, Chase takes three point major and two five point majors to complete his Championship.

CHAMPION Marma's Dreaming In The Rain, Rain

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Dream/Raysan

Rain starts her show career by winning a three point major her first weekend, making her the 65th Marma bred puppy to win points the first weekend and the 37th to win a major, the same weekend her litter brother won a major

Rain completes her Championship with two five point majors and a four point major in one weekend.

NEW Champion Marma's Alaya, Alaya

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Akane/Kuzya

Alaya becomes the 66th Marma bred puppy to win points the first weekend shown, winning four points

Next weekend after virus, Alaya wins a three point major

Alaya wins a five point major

Alaya completes her Championship with another major

CHAMPION Marma's Eat My Dust, Dusty

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Akane/Kuzya

Dusty becomes the 67th Marma bred puppy to win points the first weekend shown, winning four points

Next weekend Dusty wins three majors to complete his Championship in just two sets of shows

CHAMPION Kirey Kazoku Yui Kianni, Kianni

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Emmey/Bis

Kianni wins two points first weekend shown

Kianni wins a three and a four point major

Next weekend, Kianni wins a five point major

Kianni completes her Championship with a five point major

Champion Marma's Dawn Of A New Day At House Of Treasure, Nina

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Dawn/Raysan

Nina becomes 68th Marma bred puppy to win points the first weekend shown and the 38th to win a major, winning a five point major.

Second weekend, nina wins another five point major

Nina wins another five point major and goes Best of Opposite over a Champion.

CHAMPION Marma's Trey's Legend, Legend

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Sophie/Trey

Legend becomes the sixty ninth Marma bred puppy to win points the first weekend shown, the thirty ninth to win a major and the twentieth to win both majors, winning two five point majors.

Two days later, legend wins a four point major.

The following day, Legend wins another four point major, completing his Championship at six months and eight days.

Champion Gold Sakura Nina, Tami

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Sechiko Temiko/Kuzya

First two shows, Tami wins back to back four point majors

Tami completes her Championship with a five point major and a three point major, back to back

Marma's Cherry Blossom V Mikadobe, Blossom

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Dream/Raysan

Blossom becomes the 70th Marma bred puppy to be pointed the first weekend shown at only six months and a few days

Blossom is shown by owner Doris Molin

NEW Champion Akai Hana Mokoto, Koto

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Sakuramime Go Takaoka Tsujino/Haranishiki Go Nagomi No Izumisou

Koto wins a five point major first show at six months

Koto completes his Championship with three majors and two small wins, two points each

NEW Champion Marma'a Masami Of The Paradise, (Masha)

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Sunny/Mirai

Masha goes Best of Breed over fifteen Shibas including four Champions for a five point major

Next weekend Masha goes Winners, Best of Winners and Best of Opposite over a Champion for another five point major

Next weekend Masha wins two three point majors to complete her championship

NEW AKC Grand Champion, Russian & RKF Champion, Fuji No Raiga Go Minonosatosou, (Raiga)

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Fuji No Benika Go Minonosatosou/Kouga Go Tempouzan

Raiga completes his AKC Championship undefeated in five shows, with two five point majors, one four point major and two two point shows

Raiga completes his Grand Championship in just six shows

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