Shiba Inu Rescue Association (SIRA) is an volunteer organization dedicated to saving abandoned, neglected, and abused Shiba Inu, Shiba mixes and other primitive breeds from commercial breeders, shelters and owners. We evaluate each dog for temperament and place them in nurturing foster homes where their needs, medical and otherwise, are addressed in order to prepare them to be placed in thoroughly screened, loving, lifelong forever homes. SIRA also works to educate the public on the Shiba Inu breed in addition to the importance of responsible pet ownership including spaying/ neutering, dog training and obtaining a dog from a reputable breeder or rescue group.
Shiba Rescue of New Jersey (SRNJ) is a small group of dedicated families living in NJ, Mass, Tenn, SC and Ga. These families have opened their hearts and homes to neglected, unwanted and displaced Shibas, Shiba mixes and Jindos. We are one of the few active Shiba Rescue Organization along the the East Coast We have close ties to other independent Shiba Rescues across the US and Canada. SRNJ works with many all breed rescues as well. Our network of experienced rescue people whose goal is to give these once abandoned animals a second chance and adopt them to families that will love and care for them for the rest of their lives. We advocate spaying and neutering of all companion animals to counteract the overpopulation of dogs to end the tragedy of euthanizing healthy, unwanted companion pets.
Shiba Inu Rescue of Florida (SIRF) is dedicated to the welfare of companion Shiba Inu and Shiba mixes in Florida (and beyond, as feasible). We rescue and find loving homes for homeless Shiba Inu. All dogs will be spayed/neutered and up-to-date on all preventatives and medical care before adoption. In addition to rescue, we assist Shiba Inu owners with training and with medical care for their dogs, in order to help them avoid rehoming loved family members. We also educate the public with regard to the importance of spay/neuter and appropriate training for companion dogs. We are an all volunteer group and operate fully on donations from our supporters.
Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome dogs of the Basenji breed. BRAT rescues Basenjis from shelters, abusive situations, and relinquishing owners. We provide routine and advanced veterinary care for our dogs and ensure that they have been spayed or neutered, fully vaccinated, tested for heartworm, DNA tested for Fanconi syndrome, and evaluated for temperament. In order to secure a "forever home" we screen potential adopters, striving for compatibility of dog and owner. BRAT is an all-volunteer organization recognized by the IRS as a tax-exempt charitable corporation since its founding in 1999. Our success depends upon the generosity and dedication of our donors and volunteers
Colorado Shiba Inu Rescue (COSIR) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, no-kill organization dedicated to the rescue and rehoming of Shiba Inus, and Shiba Inu mixes, in Colorado. While in rescue, all our dogs are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, given heartworm prevention, and any/all veterinary care necessary to ensure they are healthy and ready for their forever homes. We also provide post-adoption training for our younger dogs, and maintain a lifelong relationship of support with our alumni. We have an all volunteer staff who donate their free time to saving Shibas because of their love and appreciation for the breed.
Shiba Inu Rescue of Texas, Inc. (SIRTx) was founded in 1999. SIRTx is incorporated as a not-for-profit corporation under the not-for-profit corporation law of the state of Texas and is a federal 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. We are based in Austin, Texas, and also have volunteers/foster homes in the DFW, Houston and San Antonio areas.
Is a Nevada Non-Profit Corporation dedicated to the rescue and rehoming of the Shiba Inu. NNSR was founded by Jack Owens and Vic Rogers in 2002 and over the years we have worked with several hundred Shiba Inus and have provided surgeries, medical treatment, behavioral therapy and most importantly love and safety. Shiba Inus have come to us from all over the United States and have been placed in carefully selected homes with new families. In 2008 we opened A Doggies Dream in Reno NV to help with housing the rescued Shibas, and quite honestly, to keep Jack from bringing them home and keeping them. Our rescued Shibas have ranged in age from 8 weeks old to 15 years old and everywhere in between. Our commitment to the Shiba Inu is that once we have accepted them in Rescue they are ours for life and we do not euthanize unless there is no other option medically or behaviorally.
Over the years we have added new members to our team as we have expanded to meet the needs of the Shiba Inus.