Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have puppies available?

Yes, we are currently reviewing applications and setting appointments with candidates. We anticipate rehoming around Christmas.

What is the adoption process?

Interested parties must read the FAQ, online contract, and submit the online questionnaire. Eligible candidates that we find are a good match for our pups will be placed on a waitlist. Waitlisted candidates will be invited to set up an appointment to meet the pups. After meeting and making a connection, the puppy of interest will be placed on hold for several days, while both parties are encouraged to think about their commitment. When the decision to adopt is confirmed from both parties, the adopter must place a 10% deposit and set a rehoming date; generally, after the home is puppy proofed, essentials are secured, and the adopter has several consecutive days off for rehoming, crucial for training.

What is the rehoming fee?

Shiba puppies are $2200. Morkie puppies range between $600-$800. Friends being rehomed vary case-by-case.

Are the parents on site?

Parents are on site, and parents and puppies are raised indoors.

How big will they get?

Shiba Inu sizes can range anywhere from:

Weight:

Male: 18–24 lbs

Female: 15–20 lbs

Height: 

Male: 14–17 inches

Female: 13–16 inches

Morkies sizes can range anywhere from:​

Weight:

Male: 5-10 lbs 

Female: 6-12 lbs

Height: 

Male: 10-12 inches

Female: 10–14 inches 

Do they have their shots?

Yes, all the pups get their first set of shots after weaning from mother's milk at around 6 weeks.

Are puppies dewormed before going home?

Yes, the puppies begin their deworming schedule at 2-3 weeks of age and are dewormed every 2 weeks, until they are rehomed.

Will they be spayed?

Yes, adopters sign a contract and assume responsibility for spaying/neutering their pup no later than six months after adopting. 

Have the puppies had their first Vet check up?

All puppies receive a well-check by a vet around 6 weeks old

Are the puppies registered?

Shiba Inu puppies are dual registered with ACA and APRI registries.