NYC Shiba Rescue (NYCSR) is an all volunteer group dedicated to contributing to the quality of life of Shiba Inu in and around the New York City metropolitan area (NY, NJ, PA, and CT primarily). To that end, NYCSR actively works to rescue Shiba Inu and Shiba Inu mixed breed dogs from dangerous environments and shelters in order to find them loving, permanent homes. We will, among other things, foster and evaluate Shiba Inu in order to prepare them for adoption and seek out proper adoptive homes for the dogs. NYCSR also promotes responsible dog ownership by educating the public in the selection, care and training of dogs.

 

Hubby’s March Update

My short open letter to Hubby: “Hubby, if you were a booger, I’d pick you first.”

That’s my way of telling you, dear readers of the NYC Shiba Rescue blog, that Hubby’s sinus issue from our last update persists. It doesn’t impede his every day life so happy will run and play as he normally would but he will also have an giant booger occasionally. He makes a funny little wheezing noise during the day and at night he’ll snore but these two attributes have become quite endearing for his foster family. After hearing it in person for myself, I must agree!

Hubby - On a walkHubby is petite for a male Shiba and is a friendly little fella. He has been to a rock climbing center and a Oscars viewing party and has proven himself to be quite the social butterfly. He is has been known to be a snuggle bug on the couch (especially if there’s food involved) and enjoys meeting new people and dogs. He’s had a sleepover with another friendly dog and is a gentleman host in his foster home to the guest dog. He is so much of a social Shiba that he doesn’t enjoy being home alone and his neighbors have told us that he has the saddest howls when he is left by himself. This is something that his foster family is actively working with him to get over so that he will relax when home alone.

In December, we noted that Hubby loves the Brooklyn street buffet. With his foster family’s dedication to making sure that he doesn’t accidentally ingest anything dangerous, Hubby has relinquished this habit. He will only pick up food off the street during walks if he is hungry but when his foster family reminds him to leave it, he will let whatever is in his mouth go.

Hubby is a sweet spirited Shiba but he still has to resolve his respiratory issue and the vet needs to give us confirmation of Hubby’s clean bill of health so he is not fully ready for adoption yet. However we are still accepting applications for his forever home! Thanks for reading!

Welcome Jada

A few weeks ago, 15 yr old Jada was transported to her foster home from the Brooklyn AC&C. … [Continue reading]

Welcome Vanilla

Fifteen year old Vanilla came into foster care from AC&C on Sunday. By Monday morning her energy was waning and she had a runny nose. We took her right to the vet and she is now on a course of three medications for her urinary tract infection, kennel … [Continue reading]

Welcome to Snowflake

Snowflake is a 3 yr old male Shiba who was picked up as a stray and taken to Brooklyn AC&C. He's been with NYCSR for about a week now. It does take a little for him to feel comfortable with new people & situations and once comfortable will come for … [Continue reading]

Hubby’s December Update

We've learned so much about Hubby since he was placed into his caring foster home and can't wait to share this update with you! Hubby weighs about the same as he did last month and we know this because he had a follow up vet visit for the possible … [Continue reading]

Peaches’ November Update

After two months with her foster family, we found that Peaches was aptly named. She is incredibly sweet towards her foster family and enjoys giving love as much as she does receiving! Her initial vet visit shows that she is 14 lbs but needs to gain … [Continue reading]

Sammy’s November Update

Sammy has been in his foster home for almost a month now and his foster family shared a great deal about his personality. During this time, Sammy also went for his first vet visit for a general check up and updates on his vaccinations. He has some … [Continue reading]

Welcome Bolt!

Please welcome our newest and youngest NYCSR foster, Bolt! Bolt is a sweet 10 week old creamie boy who already loves to play and give lots of kisses. Bolt is currently being crate trained and is learning the way of the leash! Bolt is in a … [Continue reading]

Welcome Molle

We're pleased to introduce Molle who is only 4 months old and 9 lbs. Molle has not really had much interaction with other dogs, but did live in a home with small children. She was surrendered to NYCSR because with caring for 2 small children and an … [Continue reading]

Welcome Redd to NYCSR

Redd is a six months old Shiba / Shepherd mix who was surrendered to Manhattan AC&C because her owners didn't have enough time for her. She is a 18.2 pounds and a sweet bundle of energy who loves attention and belly rubs. Welcome Redd! … [Continue reading]

Create your own Cuddle Clones and benefit NYCSR!

Calling *ALL* Pet Lovers! Save AND donate at the same time!! NYC Shiba Rescue has a PAWSOME & unique deal for you! NYCSR has partnered with Cuddle Clones to offer you a 10% discount off everything on their website while donating 10% of your … [Continue reading]