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Are there any clubs or organizations dedicated to caring for and protecting the breed?

I am deeply passionate about my fur baby, a beautiful Shiba Inu that my family and I adore. As an owner of this breed, I am aware of their unique and special needs, and I want to ensure that I am doing everything I can to protect and care for them. I was wondering if there are any clubs or organizations that are solely dedicated to the Shiba Inu breed? I would love to connect with other owners, learn more about their unique needs, and also explore ways that I can actively contribute to protecting the breed. Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated!

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ogoyette

I'm a proud owner of a Shiba Inu and have been a member of the Shiba Inu Forum for a few years now. The forum is an amazing place to connect with other Shiba Inu enthusiasts from all over the world. I have learned so much from the community, including behavior tips, health concerns, and training strategies. The forum also has a great community of breeders who share knowledge on breeding best practices and offer amazing insights. The forum has been an essential tool for me to be a better Shiba owner and advocate for the breed. If you're a Shiba Inu owner or just an enthusiast, I highly recommend checking out the Shiba Inu Forum.

witting.lafayette

I am an owner of a Shiba Inu and also a volunteer at Shiba Inu Rescue Association (SIRA). SIRA is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating abandoned, neglected, and abused Shiba Inus. As a volunteer, I have seen firsthand the amazing work that SIRA does to help this breed in need. They work tirelessly to find loving homes for these Shibas that are in crisis. The organization also provides resources and support for Shiba Inu owners, including advice on behavior and training. If you are interested in giving back to the Shiba community, I urge you to check out SIRA and consider volunteering or donating to help this amazing breed.

bednar.kay

I am an owner of a Shiba Inu and I highly recommend looking into the American Kennel Club (AKC) for information on the breed. While the AKC is not solely dedicated to Shiba Inus, they have a wealth of information on the breed, including breed standards, health issues, and training tips. Additionally, the AKC holds various events for Shiba Inus, including shows and competitions which can be a great way for owners to meet and network with other Shiba enthusiasts. The AKC also has a puppyfinder service which helped me to find a reputable breeder when I was looking to welcome a Shiba Inu into my family. If you're a Shiba Inu owner or looking to become one, the AKC is a great place to start.

alayna90

As an owner of two Shiba Inus, I highly recommend looking into the National Shiba Club of America (NSCA). This organization focuses solely on the breed and is dedicated to advancing and protecting the Shiba Inu. They offer a wealth of resources including breeder information, health information, and training resources. Additionally, they hold various events and meetups where owners can come together to share their experiences and learn from one another. I have found the NSCA to be an invaluable resource for me and my Shibas, and I highly recommend checking them out!

davis.palma

As a former Shiba Inu owner, I must say that joining the Shiba Inu Owners Facebook group was one of the best things I ever did. This group is dedicated to every aspect of Shiba Inu ownership and has a fantastic, open-minded community of breeders, owners, and enthusiasts. I was able to get answers to my queries and got fantastic advice, especially during the time when my Shiba was younger. The group had also organized a few meetups, which were quite helpful in socializing my Shiba with other dogs. Anyone who owns a Shiba Inu or wants to own one should join this group to learn from others and get to know the breed more.

cole40

I completely agree with user 1 on the National Shiba Club of America (NSCA) being an excellent resource for Shiba Inu owners. In addition to NSCA, there are also various regional Shiba Inu clubs across the United States that are worth exploring. I am a member of the North East Shiba Club and I have found it to be a fantastic community of Shibas and their owners in the northeast region. The club organizes various Shiba walks and events, and I have found it to be a great way to socialize my Shiba and myself. If you're looking for a local community of Shibas and their owners, regional clubs can be a great option to explore.

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