8 Best Shiba Inu Rescues In Florida

Here you will find the list of the best Shiba Inu Rescues in Florida. 

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Top 8 Shiba Inu Rescues in Florida

Below is the list of Shelters and Rescue Organizations in Florida

1.) Suncoast Animal League

A non-profit, no-kill, and no-time limit animal welfare agency, Suncoast Animal League is focused on ensuring the lives of all animals in Palm Harbor, Florida, are safe and are taken in by loving homes, especially when it comes to the humble Shiba since its fierce loyalty is its defining trait. Check out their website to learn more and support them, or adopt an iconic breed for yourself.

2.) Puppies and Rescues

Starting out as a rescue in Pembroke Pines, Puppies and Rescues has also expanded into breeding, but they are still a rescue by trade. Every puppy in their care is treated like close family, which is a requirement of the cuddly-yet-dangerous Shiba Inu by nature. Again, they do what they are good at, and if you need further convincing, visit their website to learn more.

3.) Shiba Inu Rescue of Florida

SIRF is wholly dedicated to protecting Florida’s Shiba Inu purebreds, and Shiba mixes. They look out, especially for Shibas that have been rendered homeless, and take the time to provide care by spaying and neutering them and ensuring the vaccinations are up to date. A project filled with love and care for a dog breed; they are intrinsic in finding these beautiful dogs’ new homes in Florida. Go ahead and visit their website to learn more.

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4.) Canine Castaways, Inc.

“Saving one dog won’t change the world, but it will change the world for that dog” was the motto that served as the founding principle for Canine Castaways and has been that way since its initiative. Since 2003, they have rescued over 2300 dogs and are carrying to do more every day. Check out the links above to learn more about them and support their mission.

5.) Humane Society of Sarasota County

Incorporated as a 501(c)(3) in 1952, HSSC serves as Sarasota County’s premier no-kill shelter, which is their statement of pride. They also depend on donations from locals, corporations, and businesses, receiving no federal funding. The purposes of this corporation are promoting the welfare of all animals in Sarasota County, Florida, caring for and finding homes, encouraging kindness toward animals, and pursuing other humane objectives. Check out their website to learn more about them.

6.) Big & Small Dog Rescue Ranch

Founded in 2008, Big Dog Ranch Rescue is on a mission to save 5000 dogs annually and has rescued a total of 50,000 dogs since its establishment. They aim to rescue, rehabilitate, and educate until they have every dog in a loving and safe home. According to them, they believe they ‘can, and will see an end to dog homelessness and abuse through legislation, hard work, and strategic partnerships.’ To them, all heartbeats matter; if you feel as strongly as they do, go and visit their website.

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7.) Puppy Pleasers Rescue

Puppy Pleasers Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit private rescue developed to find loving homes for puppies who are abandoned or are unable to be cared for. Puppy Pleasers Rescue also works and contributes by assisting with the prevention of sickness and overpopulation. Visit their website to learn more.

8.) Happy Trails Animal Rescue

Happy Trails Animal Rescue is a non-profit pet rescue serving the Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties in Florida. In addition to their rescue efforts, a resource center for pet owners has also been built. This center provides free and low-cost dog training, free grooming, a service dog program, and much more. The mission? To create a safer, educated, pet-friendly community for pet owners and animals in Central Florida. Check out their website to get a keen insight into their noble cause.

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