Adopted-Ursa-2 1/2 yr old Red Female Shiba Inu

by Tamara Randolph on June 1, 2022

in Adopted Shibas

Pretty Shiba girl Ursa is hoping someone is out there who is the right home for her to thrive in! She is looking for a home with no other dogs or children as she has some resource guarding issues. She is a perfect young lady when her adults are around! Spayed and up to date on all her vaccines she is ready to go to a foster to adopt home as soon as the perfect home is found! Shiba experience is preferred. Ursa is not crate trained at this time. She is about 18lbs so a full grown smaller Shiba. Located in the Apopka area Ursa can be transported within the state. Please let us know if you think Ursa might be a fit into your home. She will NOT be placed in a home with other dogs or young children. Dog savvy children over the age of 13 would be allowed. If you think Ursa would be the perfect fit for your home please fill out our online application found on the forms tab above. If you have an application already in please email us at and let us know!

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Chris Norris June 5, 2022 at 9:06 PM

Hello Kathy
We are a family of two in our mid 50s that are in need of a fur baby that will provide that unconditional love.
Having lost our shiba lnu about 5 years now, simba was our world and it hurt tremendously to do the rainbow bridge but it is part of life.
We would be so happy to be the forever home and parents to Ursa.

Kathy Crandell June 18, 2022 at 8:06 PM

Hi Chris..
please fill out our online application Hopefully we can match you up with a Shiba!

Jean Carlos burgos gil June 17, 2022 at 5:37 PM

Hey my name is jean and i just recently move to Florida and i was looking to have a friend the always can be by my side, i always love shiba inu and akitas but im ready to give my first step and give one my home.

Kathy Crandell June 18, 2022 at 7:26 PM

Hi Jean Carlos! Please fill out an application as Ursa has an adopter but we are getting Shibas in to the rescue and one may be a fit to your home!

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