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So for all the people bugging me for sesame Shiba, here’s Hide.
DOB 2015/10/25 She’s had one litter of 5 pups.
Her hips look good, and her patellas seem alright too (haven’t been checked by a specialist however).
She’s got a slightly softer temperament, but she’s very good with other dogs.

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The red female has found a home, but the white female is still available.
She was born on February 6th.
If you’re interested, contact us at info@japandogexport.com

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This is Rinka, a 2 year old female Shiba we currently have available.
DOB 2015/10/18
She is rabies vaccinated and microchipped, so can be exported at any time.
She’s a small female, right at the bottom of the standard. She has been shown a bit here in Japan, and because of this has not yet had a litter. Her next expected heat is in April.

I’ve attached a screenshot of her hips, which look fine. Her right patella is normal, left is somewhere between a grade1-2 it seems.
She’s a very traditional Shiba female in temperament, very focused and attached to her person, and very affectionate with that person. She’s generally pretty confident, but will avoid some people that are too pushy. She’s very bitchy toward dogs she does not know.

I like her quite a bit though. She’s fun to have around, is quite well behaved and pretty quiet too.
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SONY DSCWe have one Shikoku male for sale. He was born on December 27th, 2017.
In the picture he’s the red sesame male on the far right.
If you’re interested, feel free to contact us at info@japandogexport.com for details.

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We currently have a very nice Shiba male for sale.
Ken was born on the 22nd of November, 2017. He’s an energetic and friendly little guy.
He has cleared his basic health check (stool clear as well) and will be receiving his first multi-vaccination in a few days.

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We had a home lined up for Ken, but unfortunately the export fell through, so he is again available. I’ve attached some current pictures.
He has had his multivaccination, rabies vaccination, is dewormed and microchipped. He is ready to be exported to just about anywhere in the world.
He’s doing well in the house, playing with my dogs, and walks nicely on leash.
Contact us with any questions you may have info@japandogexport.com

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I’m going to try to give everyone a general idea of how much importing costs.
First, here is the average prices you’ll usually be looking at for 2 month old pups in Japan. This does not include veterinary work or shipping within Japan.
Prices will vary by breeder, and show quality pups will be at the high end (or cost more than the averages listed here).
Older pups, and adult dogs for show/breeding will cost quite a bit more.

Akita 100,000-300,000JPY
Shiba 100,000-250,000JPY

Shikoku 80,000-150,000JPY
Kishu 80,000-150,000JPY
Hokkaido 100,000-150,000JPY
Kai 80,000-150,000JPY

Next there are all the costs involved with preparation for export. This is a general amount that it costs for JDE to prepare a pup for export.
It includes everything up to delivery to Narita International Airport, Animal Quarantine Inspection complete, vaccinations/microchip, dog crate, export pedigree, kenneling fees, and shipping within Japan.
All you have to do is be at the airport 3 hours before your flight.

For countries that require rabies vaccination and a 21 day quarantine period in Japan (EU countries etc): @200,000JPY
For countries that do not require rabies vaccination for dogs from Japan (USA etc): @150,000JPY

Shipping:
As a general rule it is cheaper to have someone fly to Japan to pick up a pup. You will end up paying for the cost of a ticket plus the baggage fee for the pup (20,000-40,000JPY usually).
Before booking a flight make sure the airline accepts dogs on your route, and double check the costs!
Shipping as cargo from Japan is quite expensive unless it is to the US (using United’s PETSAFE program).
Shipping charges are calculated by crate size and total weight and will vary accordingly, but here are some general numbers for a medium size crate with a 2-3 month old pup.

USA: over 90,000JPY
EUROPE: over 200,000JPY
AUSTRALIA: over 200,000JPY
ASIA: over 120,000JPY

*Due to the distance involved and unreliability of carriers in South and Central America, we do not ship dogs there as unaccompanied cargo.

So to sum it up, average total costs including shipping to import a Shikoku, Kishu, Kai, or Hokkaido pup are:

North America: @350,000 JPY
Europe: @450,000 JPY
Australia: @470,000 JPY (not including quarantine/import permit costs – additional 2000AUD)
South East Asia: @370,000 JPY (additional 50,000JPY if rabies vaccination is necessary ie Singapore, Thailand)