17 Historical Facts About Shiba Inu Dogs You Might Not Know

#10 In 1928, it was decided to take measures aimed at preserving the purity of the breed and restoring its numbers.

The main selection criteria were erect triangular ears, deep-set eyes, dense two-tier hair and a tail, which is sharply curled behind the back.

#11 By 1934, dog handlers managed to form standards and isolate the breeding skeleton.

#12 In 1936, the breed was declared a national treasure of Japan, breeders in the historical homeland of the Shiba Inu prevented the extinction and degeneration of animals.

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