Where Can I Buy a Shiba Inu Puppy in Las Vegas?

I want to buy/adopt a Shiba Inu in Las Vegas. You may post breeders near the Las Vegas area. I will not take pet land as a answer.

Northern Nevada Shiba Rescue, as someone else mentioned, is great.

Also in your neck of the woods (a few hours, anyway) is Southern California’s Saving Shibas, Inc.

http://www.savingshibasinc.org

http://www.facebook.com/SavingShibasInc

They always have more than what is immediately listed online, and if you get in touch, they can help answer any specific questions. I think some may even be fostered in the Las Vegas area.

You can also keep an eye on the national listings:

http://national.shibarescue.org/listings/

Sometimes they post courtesy listings for individuals trying to rehome their dogs, young and old alike. I’ve seen quite a few from the Vegas area.

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  • I Luv Mindless Behavior

    Go to your Local Adoption center and look at the dogs. you will pay a small fee, for the spay/neuter and up to date vaccinations. Good luck!
    References :

  • Dog

    Try Northern Nevada Shiba Rescue:
    http://www.myshibainu.com/

    If you are not an experienced dog person a Shiba is not for you. Beautiful, yes! Also primitive in nature and a handful for anyone uninitiated.

    I wish you the best on your quest. (My 18 month old Shiba owns my heart.)

    PS — If you are willing to make a drive to find your soul mate… try NW Shibas For Life in/around Salem, Oregon.

    Also PS — My own search for breeders in your area turns up nothing of use.
    References :
    I am a dog walker / pet sitter in Ashland, Oregon…. and I have an 18-month-old Shiba Inu in my personal pack.

  • M. Reason

    Northern Nevada Shiba Rescue, as someone else mentioned, is great.

    Also in your neck of the woods (a few hours, anyway) is Southern California’s Saving Shibas, Inc.
    http://www.savingshibasinc.org
    http://www.facebook.com/SavingShibasInc

    They always have more than what is immediately listed online, and if you get in touch, they can help answer any specific questions. I think some may even be fostered in the Las Vegas area.

    You can also keep an eye on the national listings:
    http://national.shibarescue.org/listings/

    Sometimes they post courtesy listings for individuals trying to rehome their dogs, young and old alike. I’ve seen quite a few from the Vegas area.
    References :
    http://www.shibainuforum.org/forum/comments.php?DiscussionID=7602