Shiba-Inu, Miniature

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Item #: Kö-F6170
Manufacturer Kösen, length 13 cm (~ 5.2"), tan-colour
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The Shiba-Inu is an approved Japanese dog, which is originated from the mountains at the seas of Japan. Originally they were used for bird and small game hunts. Due to cross-bredding with English hunting dogs, the original Shiba-Inu became rare. In 1928 a systematic breed began. Since 1937 the Shiba-Inu is a "Natural Monument" in Japan.

No matter if the fur is coloured in sesame, black-sesame, tan, or in red-sesame, it needs to be combined with white spots at certain areas like on the cheeks, inside the ear and legs, on the underjaw etc. This kind of white is called "Urajiro" in Japan.

Length: 13 cm (~ 5.2")
Colour: Tan
Material: Special polyester fibre
Manufacturer: Kösener Spielzeug Manufaktur, Germany

Our Miniature Shiba-Inu is the tan version.

The proceeds of this sale will be donated to a children's charity organisation.

One photo shows all standing Shiba-Inu available by Koesen. The Miniature Shiba-Inu is shown right hand next to "Koro" (28 cm, Kö-F5750, centre) and the large one (37 cm, Kö-F6590) left.
The last photos show all Shiba-Inus resp. all miniature dogs by the Koesener manufacture.

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