Dexter keeping a close eye on a days-old Shiba puppy
Welcome to SunoJo Kennels, we hope you find
this website helpful in learning more about Shiba Inu and
Japanese Chin. We are long-term, serious fanciers that have
been involved with purebred dogs over 40 years - our goal
in breeding dogs is to be respectful of their heritage;
progressive in the breeds' development; and particular in
placing our dogs with responsible families. Please visit
About to learn more about us.
We breed 2 to 3 litters of Shibas every year,
and very occassionally a litter of Chin. We select our breeding
stock and raise each puppy as a future champion - but we
can't keep every one, so pet/companion puppies of excellent
quality are available to approved pet homes.
Please consider carefully all aspects of adding
a dog to your life: the cost, exercise, training, time,
and the emotional investment. We hope you enjoy your visit,
and that you find information here that enhances your knowledge
of Shiba Inu and Japanese Chin.
News as of July 24, 2016
- NO PUPPIES AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME.
When a breeding takes place, I will update the website.
We are waiting for females to come into season - could be
next week, or 5 months from now - the girls don't follow
a strict schedule. Once a breeding takes place, I will have
application forms available. Please note we do NOT ship
- Show News: Taking a break from shows
for a little while - the dogs are all shedding and there
is a garden that needs tending!
daughter Rowan and her husband Luke Baggenstos are professional
all-breed handlers . Visit
their website to see pictures of some of the SunoJo
champions and the many different breeds they handle.
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This small spitz breed native to Japan can be
a wonderful companion, for those looking for a hardy,
athletic dog that enjoys both outdoor activity and lounging
on the couch. Includes information about the breed, our
Shibas, and links to relevant websites.
This toy breed is also known as the Japanese Spaniel
in Canada. "Toy breed" does not mean a plaything,
but rather a small dog that requires indoor living and
We have included a 'What
Is An Akita' and 'Our Akitas'
for information only. Our last litter was in 2000, it
has been a long time since we have been involved in the
breed. Please do not enquire about Akita puppies; we do