My Shiba Shop, a new online store geared to customers in the United States, has been officially launched. The team has been busy creating and selling unique clothing, items, and accessories, that encompass photos and art designs of the Shiba Inu dog breed.
The Shopify store can be found at https://myshibashop.com
The niche shop is targeted towards people who love Shiba Inus. Products offered include women’s clothing, face masks, spiral notebooks, mugs, tote bags, pillows, scarves, puzzles, and laptop sleeves—all donning a photograph or art design of a Shiba Inu.
Item prices start at $12.95, and orders are free to ship anywhere in the United States.
The creators of My Shiba Shop said, “As Shiba Inu lovers, we realized we struggled to find other stores that sold quality Shiba Inu products while offering fast, friendly service. That is why we created My Shiba Shop.”
They’ve since made it their mission to provide their customers with a range of the highest quality Shiba Inu products and focus on innovative products that aren’t available in brick-and-mortar stores.
While Shiba Inus have grown increasingly popular, it can be very difficult to find a selection of products showcasing these dogs at a local store. This online store offers one place to find a variety of Shiba Inu products that can be used daily, and products that could make the perfect gift for a Shiba Inu lover.
My Shiba Shop also promises to provide customer-centric support that is fast, friendly and efficient. If anyone reaches out with a question, the store promises that a team member will respond as soon as possible.
While focusing on people’s love of Shiba Inus, the store also draws more attention to the dog breed, which is one of the 14 oldest dog breeds in the world today.
The oldest and smallest of Japan’s native breeds, the Shiba Inu—originally bred for hunting—is a very clean dog and almost cat-like in its habits of self-cleaning and grooming.
It wasn’t until 1954 that the first Shiba Inu came to the United States, when an armed service family brought the dog with them. In 1979, the first recorded litter was born in the United States, and the Shiba was recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1992.
In the United States, the growing popularity of the Shiba Inu is evident as the American Kennel Club Registration Services ranked the breed in 44th place in 2016; a rise from 50th place in 2012. It remains the number one companion dog in Japan.
Interested parties can visit the shop at the link above for more information.
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