26 Places Shiba Inus Don’t Belong

The Shiba Inu is one of my favorite dog breeds, but I don’t care how adorable you are…you can’t just go and hang out wherever you want! You’re dogs and you don’t belong in these places!!

Under this stack of stuffed animals:

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On the counter:

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Sleeping in your bed:

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Lounging in this snow embankment:

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Locked up in the slammer:

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Hovering in mid-air: 

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I SAID NO HOVERING!

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Logged into your video game account:

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In these booties:

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Away from his best friend:

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Blocking this driveway:

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Wrapped in this blanket:

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Or this blanket:

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Nose-deep in this food carton:

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Upside down:

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Balanced on these feet:

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In this box:

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Ordering food at this restaurant:

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Under these flowers:

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On top of her friend:

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In this stock photograph:

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Dressed up in your business suit:

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Under this paper hat:

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The Mushroom Kingdom:

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On this biker’s back:

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Jumping on this trampoline:

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25 responses to 26 Places Shiba Inus Don’t Belong

  1. This is probably one of the cutest things I have ever seen posted on FB……Of course being the owner of 13 Shiba Inus including 9 AKC Champions, makes me a little prejudiced !!!!!!

      1. They know they’re cute and have out heart wrapped around their cute little paw!!!! Otherwise when they do naughty things like chew a hole out of the carpet, we’d take their heads off. But instead we obey their next command!!!!

  2. Love it! My Shiba sneaks into our dining room chairs. He thinks as a person he deserves a good meal after our run.

  3. I loved, loved, loved this. Watched it with my daughter and just had to laugh. We rescued our Shiba about six years ago from a Texas animal shelter. We had never heard of a Shiba Inu before we walked into that shelter but we left totally in love with him and his breed. He and our rescued Golden Retriever are the best of pals. He keeps his twelve year old best friend, young at heart. We couldn’t have asked for a more intelligent and loyal dog. Hands down, this is my favorite breed.

  4. I am a INU lover but be cautious and educate yourselves before getting one. They can be very difficult. Not saying it to be negative…just don’t want to see any more in shelters. My female was a dream come true….my male not so much. I love him more than life itself BUT he’s been A LOT of work to the point of people asking me why I would keep a dog like him. Well duh…because I love him. 🙂 Patience is a virtue when it comes to Inus!

  5. I just have say! So many warnings about these Dogs. I love my shiba, yes he is a a handful but with love and discipline these dog can bring so much joy. I wouldn’t trade mine for the world I have owned many dogs I have to say my shiba has been the most fun. If your lazy and week minded this dog will own you but if are the type that lives life to the fullest and very active these dogs will enhance the ride. Also if you socialize the crap out of them early they terrific around others.

  6. As someone who volunteers for a Shiba Inu specific rescue, I have to say that warning people about the quirks of the breed is extremely important. There wouldn’t be a need for a Shiba Rescue if so many weren’t being given up for adoption when people realize they aren’t just a cute compliant pooch. For the right person, they are the perfect pet, but you can’t pick a dog based on looks alone. Please research! And if you do like Shiba’s and want to have one, adopting one that is past the Adolescent stage is a great option! 🙂

  7. These are wonderful breed representatives! And yes, do your research. Attend a dog show or two. Don’t buy online!
    I always tell people the least desirable traits (for most people) when they inquire:
    They’re not typically off-leash dogs
    They can be dog aggressive
    Yes, they shed. And then they SHED!
    I love this breed because of their quirky personalities, their independence and their wily intelligence. And yes, they’re lucky they’re cute!

  8. We have a rescue Shiba who is 7 yrs old now. If you count the breeder somewhere in Colorado, we were his fourth people at 11 months of age! He is a hunter of small critters so is a runner if not on leash or in a fenced yard. I echo all of the above statements from other Shiba folk. Foxy thrives on respect, both to him and from him and I swear he talks to me through his eyes! We count ourselves blessed to have him in our lives!

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