Adopted-Samurai-11yr old Male Shiba Inu

by Kathy Crandell on August 12, 2014

in Adopted Shibas

Meet our guy Samurai. He is an active 11 years young male at 24 pounds and doesn’t like to be considered as a senior. He loves to play but is also very happy to lie out on the balcony or in the back yard and chill. Sam as he is also known loves other dogs and cats but wouldn’t be happy with large dogs as they can knock him over easily. He is a special needs guy. The issue is that his owners never took him in to have an ACL tear repaired. It has been long enough that surgery is no longer an option. He does take Rimadyl to help with any tenderness and inflammation. A bulk supply will be provided to the new adopter. Sam was a spoiled fur baby and had use of a doggie door to come and go as he pleased. He is also good with children that understand light touch. He led a pampered life and enjoyed his SPA days at the groomers. This guy still has years of love and companionship to give and would make a great addition to a relaxed home. Samurai is currently located in Tampa, FL. He is house trained, leash trained, neutered and up to date on his vaccines. Please consider this special guy as a member of your family! If you are interesting in adopting Samurai, please contact us at

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Cindy Cathcart August 12, 2014 at 10:39 PM

!what a beautiful dog`

Jeff Wright August 25, 2014 at 11:38 AM

Too bad the neighbors did not know that dogs like to lie in the sun… when I lived in Florida (Palm Harbor) my girl love to go out on the Lanai and snooze in the sun!!! I called her my “little Sun Dog”… when she had enough she would come inside and cool off on the tile floors…

Karen Marchelletta September 8, 2014 at 8:06 PM

Interested have an 8year old Shona male also pampered maybe the y will be good together

Julia Schall September 14, 2014 at 11:22 AM

Sam is learning to enjoy his new home…he is definitely an outside, wilderness kind of guy…it’s a good thing we have a yard he will enjoy.

Julia, Sam’s new Mom.

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