ADOPTED-Cassandra-3yr old Cream Shiba Inu

by Tamara Randolph on July 23, 2023

in Adopted Shibas

Adopted! Our beautiful Cassandra is finally ready to find a home of her own. She has been spayed and had all her vaccinations. Cassandra is one of the 6 Shiba that came from the puppy mill in Alabama. Her foster has been working with her getting her to feel comfortable in a home. For the first few weeks she hid in the closet where she felt safe. With patience as well as a few treats she was slowly coaxed out of her “Lair” every day to get used what a real home type situation is. From learning to walk on a leash and going outside to do her business her dog foster brother and sister have helped her “learn the ropes” Cassandra would do best in a home with at least 1 other dog. We do not feel young children would be good at this time as she still needs to learn that all things in the big world out there are not bad. Cassandra is a total sweetheart she just needs someone that will have patience with her. We feel also that someone in the Tampa area would be the best so she can meet you multiple times before the move. She is located in Tampa and would love to meet you! (On her terms of course). Please fill out the adoption application found on the forms tab at the top of this page.

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Rachel Taris July 26, 2023 at 1:50 PM

Currently have a 9 month old shiba


Kathy Crandell July 27, 2023 at 7:57 PM

Hi Rachel. Got your message. Be looking for an email from us! ~K


Madison July 27, 2023 at 8:41 PM

Hi! We live in Tampa, (soon to be Ruskin) and would love an additional shiba to our family! We currently have two lovable shibas named Milo and Echo. We would love to be considered!


Kathy Crandell August 17, 2023 at 6:36 PM

Please check you email for an email from us. check spam if you do not see it! Thanks


Coda Kilburn August 1, 2023 at 11:27 AM

Good morning,
I was wondering how long you think she’d be available? I am looking to adopt a dog in a few months time but I currently am unable to. I don’t want to put a hold on her in case she isn’t the one. I’ve been doing some research on the breed and I understand they aren’t people pleasers. This dog seems like a great addition to our house, as she needs other dogs in the home and we have them. I also am interested in her because I’ve been told Shiba Inu are prone to SSA, Same Sex Aggression and we have two male *neutered* dogs at home, which wouldn’t cause an issue since they are of the opposite sex of her.
How do meet ups work? When will one be available? I’d like to meet multiple times before making anything official. That is when the time comes- as I am unable to meet at this moment. I am simply searching for open options.


Crystal Corbett August 17, 2023 at 6:30 PM

I can take this girl immediately. We have an ideal situation for her
Please call me asap 252 216 6234
Crystal Corbett. We are retired and home 99% of the time and can walk 4× day.


Kathy Crandell August 17, 2023 at 6:35 PM

Hi Crystal, I emailed you so please look in your spam in case my email went there! Thanks ~K


Anthony September 28, 2023 at 4:34 AM

Live in LWR and work in Tampa … rent an apartment and own a home.
Corporate professional here who works from home and has a ton of
time to spend with this doggie! My parents are also retired and live
around the corner with our 7 year old Jindo (Kiki) – Prior to Kiki we had
a dog Niki who lived to be 16! I see an adoption is pending here but I
couldn’t not inquire.


Kathy Crandell September 28, 2023 at 9:16 AM

Anthony I sent you an email! Please check spam if you do not see it! ~K


Patraporn sullivan September 29, 2023 at 6:01 PM

I rescued a female shiba inu 8 old ago and she passed for 2 years . I would like to rescue another shiba inue if she is available please contact me at my email or phone number 3015253568 . Thanks .
Patraporn sullivan


Kathy Crandell October 1, 2023 at 4:23 PM

Please fill our our application as Cassandra is not available but we have others that are. Thanks ~K


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