Japanese Shiba Inu Breeders

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  • Westlodge Rottweilers
    Mrs. S. Turnbull
    Whitehaven
    Cumbria
    Current Health Tests



    KENNEL CLUB ACCREDITED BREEDER
    with the following Accolades ( B ) ( BC ) ( SB ).

    We have had rottweilers for over 20 years now and bred our first litter in 1997 after which we decided to show. Since then we have had considerable success at open shows with best of breeds, best in shows and best puppy in shows. At championship shows we have enjoyed top places best puppy in breeds, best puppy in show and res bitch cc at crufts 2003. We have recently introduced German, Australian, New Zealand and American champion imported bloodlines into our breeding programme with .... (click to read more)

  • Kintoki Japanese Shiba Inu
    Alan and Cherry Wilkinson
    Boston
    Lincolnshire
    Current Health Tests

    The Kintoki kennel was founded in 1988 with our foundation bitch, Mauraine Nutkraker Sweet. From this female we have established a bloodline which has been further enhanced by the importation of males and females from USA, Japan and The Netherlands.

  • Shyllar Akitas
    Carl & Julie Nicholls
    Ashford
    Kent

    We have a small selection of quality dogs, our aim is to produce sound dogs with good temperaments, we only breed when we want to keep a dog for the show ring, & occasionally have puppies for sale. You will find us at all the Champ Shows up and down the country. Our dogs are out of the top winning Redwitch show Kennels owned by Dave & Jenny Killilea,
    FOR MORE PICTURES OF ALL OUR DOGS LOOK UNDER THE SHOW RESULTS!

  • Dundalk
    Mrs I Ritchie, Miss S Ritchie and Mr G Ritchie
    Boston
    Lincolnshire
    Current Health Tests

    Dundalk is a small family show kennel. We are KC accredited and a member of the UK accredited scheme UKAS). All our dogs have all necessary health checks.
    We do sometimes have puppies available, all puppies before leaving us will be microchipped vaccinated, wormed and fully health checked by a vet and will leave with food, insurance and a contract of sale with a receipt.
    Dundalk was first established by myself in 1980. At this time I was showing Doberman's quite successfully.
    After a few years I came across the Japanese Shiba Inu and fell in love, the only problem with the Shiba .... (click to read more)

  • Fricarrie Akitas
    Caroline Lotcho
    Bathgate
    West Lothian

    My name is Caz Lotcho, I read up on Akitas for about 2 years before getting my first one. I have been in the breed from 96. I activately show all my dogs at championship level and am well known in the breed. I have at present too many akitas lol and too many Japanese Shiba Inu. I don't breed all the time and only when I am looking for something to put in the show ring. The main dogs that are active in the showring are the ones on the website. Before being interested in Akitas I had Staffordshire Bull Terriers for 16 years and assisted in running a rescue for them. My oldest staffie was 16 .... (click to read more)

  • Seittor
    David & Sandra Lambert
    Northumberland
    Northumberland

    We are David and Sandra Lambert and we have owned Rottweilers since 1995, We are a small hobby kennel that has enjoyed quite a lot of success in the show ring having owned 3 Champions and 14 dogs who have won their Junior Warrants , 6 of our dogs have also won their Show Certificates of merit with Yogi (Wharface Wired for Seittor J.W. ShCM) being the first Rottweiler in the country to win this award.
    All of our dogs live in our house not in kennels as part of our family they are extremely happy and very well socialised ,we are extremely proud of all our dogs temperaments we feel truly .... (click to read more)

  • Respryn
    David Worth
    Plymouth
    Devon

    Respryn is a small hobby show kennel which has been established for a number of years Owners are David Worth and recently Janet Hougham has been added to the affix.We travel to champ shows when ever possible and have enjoyed success culminating in a second place post grad dog at Crufts this year

  • Trixwood
    Carol Best-Rawlings & Mark Rawlings
    Nr Forfar
    Angus
    Current Health Tests

    Proudly Own, Show and Breed - Japanese Shiba Inu's. Currently have a litter for details see Litter Register.

    Proudly Own - Euraser & Pomeraniam

    We are only a small kennel but a friendly one in the East of Scotland and always willing to talk to people about our lovely breed and quite happy for people to come and meet the breed.

  • Tohoku
    Linda Huston
    Castlewellan
    Down

    We are a small hobby show kennel.
    we have to date five Irish Champions in the Akita Inu Breed.
    Our main aim is to Breed Good Temperaments and Good health in Our Dogs,
    We enjoy showing Our American Akitas and Our Shiba Inu also.

  • Fantasa Team Vormund
    Liz Dunhill
    Retford
    Notts

    Fantasa team vormund
    1 japanese shiba inu kenne; of all time u.K
    1 rottweiler kennel of all time u.K
    1 breeder of scwt consecutive 10,11,12,13
    Home of
    1 rottweiler 2011,2012, 2013
    1 pharoah hound 2011, 2013
    1 shiba inu (multiple years)2013
    Rottweiler record holder : ch nz ch rolex rumour has it by fantasa
    Rottweiler bitch record holder : ch fantasa smirnoff ice
    Shiba inu breed record holder : ch vormund i'm marnie

    Based in the united kingdom
    "Making history, breaking records"
    With 57 uk champions across the 5 breeds/3groups.
    & Producing shiba .... (click to read more)

  • Sapporo Linda & Bob Winder Retford Nott

  • Miss'S Je & Rm Turner Heywood Lancashire

  • Al Qantarah Lisa Piccolo & Rosario Poma Catania Sicily

  • Mymsin Mym Clews Hatfield Hertfordshire

  • Danack Miss Jackie Sanderson Stockton Cleveland

  • Whichendz Margarita Froome Potters Bar Hertfordshire

  • Glenvalley Mrs Ann Kingston Tullow Carlow

  • Itadaki Ms Krisztina Illes Budapest Hungary

  • Bearpark Malcolm and Anne Fitzakerly Near Preston Lancashire

  • Knoxvila Lisa Knox Grimsby N.E Lincs

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