Shiba Inu Grooming: Bathing, Shedding, And Why They Don’t Need Trims

With their fox-like faces and high energy, shiba inus are always a conversation starter. Though shibas tend to be shy around new people, their reddish fur and curly-cue tails are cause for celebration. Who can resist these precious pups?

In Japan, shiba inus date back to 6000 B.C. That makes this breed one of the oldest in the world! Back then, their dense fur was perfect protection as they hunted small prey in the forest undergrowth. Now modern companions, this active, old-world dog deserves to look their best.

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