Friday, September 27, 2013

Midwest Shiba Inu Rescue

  Do you live in or around the Midwest? Have you always wanted one of those adorable hard to find foxy looking doggies but didn't want to pay the high breeder fees or even know where to begin to find one. Or perhaps you already have experienced the Shiba inu and simply are seeking to add one more to the family. If this sounds anything like you, I have the answer.

  Midwest Shiba inu rescue is a non-profit group of wonderful pleasant people that genuinely loves the breed and goes far beyond the call of duty to find the best families for surrendered Shiba's. They helped me find my Asa and I bet they could help you find your fur baby too.

MSIR is based in Chicago and has foster dogs available in various states in the Midwest.
MSIR does its best to match the right dog with the right family by finding out as much as possible about the potential adoptive family before placing a dog.  Please visit our Main page to view dogs that are available for adoption in the Midwest! To see dogs available in other states, please go to
All dogs placed by MSIR are spayed or neutered, up-to-date on shots, heartworm negative and microchipped.
MSIR's adotpion fee covers the aggregate costs of caring for foster dogs. As you consider a dog, remember that the average life span of a Shiba Inu is 12-17 years.
Age RangeAdoption Fee
0 to 12 months.$350
13 months - 3 yrs.$300
4 - 5 yrs.$250
6 - 8 yrs.$200
9+ yrs.$150
Adoption fees cover a portion of medical care as well as general care for the dogs while they are being fostered. Note that total foster care costs always exceed the adoption fee.
New owners who adopt through MSIR must sign a contract. One clause in the contract guarantees an obedience refund--that's right! If you successfully complete an obedience course with your rescue Shiba, you will be refunded $25! Obedience training is important to guide your Shiba in becoming the kind of dog you will want beside you forever. Obedience training also helps a new owner bond with a new dog. We can recommend obedience facilities-- just ask us
If you would like additional information please feel free to contact them at Midwest Shiba Inu Rescue.

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