From being carried around in a bag, to being pushed in a shopping cart, this dog has the life!
The video shows the growth of Haribo a Shiba Inu that lives in Canada. She is a cute little puppy that enjoys fluffy tassels and to sleep, of course, you cant forget sleep. Haribo is one of the lastest growing Youtube channels with over 110 thousand followers, and the video above currently has 2.4 million views, I would say a lot more if you’re reading this in the future.
“3-month-old Haribo learned how to become a part of society.”
Doing all the grow up things like exploring the city, getting a Starbucks, and chasing pigeons.
Shiba Inu Things You Need To Know
Shiba Inu dog breed was initially bred to flush birds and small game and was occasionally used for hunting wild boar, and I know unbelievable! I don’t see how a Shiba Inu would fair against a will boar. The dogs are massively popular in Japan being one of Japan’s six native breeds Akita (large), Kishu, Hokkaido, Kai, Shikoku (medium), and Shiba (small).
Shibas are known for their bold, fiery personality, small upright ears, and cat-like agility. Today they serve primarily as companion dogs in Japan and the United States.
The Japanese have three words to describe the breed’s mental traits: kaani-i (spirited boldness), ryosei (good nature), and soboku (alertness). Combined, these traits make up the pleasant, intelligent, and strong-willed temperament of this breed.
The Shiba Inu is small (about 20 pounds) and athletic. Like a ninja warrior, the Shiba Inu moves quickly, gracefully, effortlessly. They are keen and alert.
And superior — or so they think, according to those who know and love this breed. The Shiba Inu approaches the world with a calm dignity that is uniquely his own, which is likely why he is also described as stubborn.
Because of his independence, the Shiba Inu is not the most natural breed to train. Socialization — the process by which puppies or adults dogs learn how to be friendly and get along with other dogs and people — and training should begin early to teach the Shiba Inu proper canine manners.
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You can find out more and follow the life of Haribo the Shiba Inu on Instagram.
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And also on the popular Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB5EDc_slf3zfKfQoOeitjQ