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"Finally! – A Complete Guide to Raising a Happy, Healthy Shiba Inu That Will Provide You With Love, Joy & Lasting Memories!"
"Are you considering getting a Shiba Inu? Do you already own this small, agile, active dog?"
Because I’m about to reveal everything you need to know to raise, socialize, train and care for these special dogs that possess spirited boldness, fierce pride and a good nature … along with a unique ability to move quickly with nimble, elastic steps.
In any event, you’ve seen or heard about the Shiba Inu and now you’re interested in learning more about this fascinating dog with the colorful history.
And maybe, just maybe, you’re also wondering if you’re up to the task of caring for this most appealing canine. This can be particularly true if you don’t have that much experience raising animals.
Well, to determine whether a Shiba Inu is right for you, you need to learn about the dog’s temperament, its history and its care and feeding requirements as well.
Chances are you’ll also come to realize what a big responsibility it can be to care for a dog. You’ll learn that dog ownership requires a great deal of commitment — and that your Shiba Inu will soon become an important member of your household.
Information is power — and the more information you have about the Shiba Inu, the better-equipped you’ll be to care for this beloved pet!
In my ebook, there are some things about the Shiba that are likely to amuse you … some things that will surprise you … and some things that will help you determine, once and for all, if a Shiba is the right dog for you.
Still, despite the differences, you must make a resolution to respect your new dog. That respect is likely to quickly become mutual — and you’ll grow to love your unusual pet. In fact, you may quickly find that you’re having more fun than you ever dreamed possible!
The Shiba Inu has a truly intriguing demeanor! The Japanese people are the experts on the Shiba and they regard him as a king, characterized by boldness and dignity.
In fact, the Japanese even have special words to describe the temperament of the Shiba. They call the dog “kan-i,” meaning courage combined with mental strength. His “ryosei” nature means that he has a gentle demeanor. He is also charming, thanks to his “sobuku,” or refined spirit. As a result of all of this, the Shiba is often considered to be quite irresistible — the kind of dog that’s hard to let go of.
You might be surprised to learn that a Shiba is actually quite a talented dog as well. In addition to being skilled at hunting, he is also gifted at tracking. Because of his agility, the Shiba can also be a show dog, performing all types of interesting tricks.
Although he is small, the Shiba can also be an incredible watchdog. He is considered to be a truly effective guard — the type of dog you want around the house when intruders come calling. As a result, when you purchase a Shiba, you can rest ured that you are getting a dog that will serve you well.
It’s important that you know up right up front that a Shiba Inu is more than just someone you can play with. He’s also an animal that requires a great deal of love and attention.
While the dog may resemble a teddy bear, he is not an inanimate object, so he must be treated well. Shiba Inus are lively, unique animals — each one has a distinctive personality.
By reading my ebook and getting to know your dog, you’ll quickly learn how to read your dog’s signals — when he’s hungry, thirsty, or just craves your loving touch.
While each Shiba Inu is special, there are certain characteristics common among members of this particular breed. Recognizing this key fact may make it easier for you to care for this fascinating dog.
And I believe that I have created the most detailed, accurate guide on Shiba Inu care currently available anywhere.
But don’t worry, this book is written in a way that is easy for everyone to understand. It is written for pet owners, just like you.
Shiba Inus are truly one of the most interesting, unique pets you can own. If you care for your Shiba Inu properly, chances are he’ll be with you for years and years to come.
But, no matter how good your intentions are, you’re not being fair to your Shiba Inu if you don’t learn how to care for him properly. It’s really easy to do … all you have to do is read my ebook! Read more…