U.S. Shiba Rescue Organizations
Disclaimer: These Rescue Groups are separate entities and NSCA does not regulate or supervise their operations, procedures, or adoption requirements and is therefore not responsible for their actions.
The function of the organization is to facilitate Shiba Rescue by:
Coordinate fundraising and fund distribution to aid individual Shiba fanciers who are actively involved in Shiba rescue and adoption. Providing a central resource for sample forms, (adoption, surrender, breeder notification, frequently asked question sheets, etc.) and suggested options when unfamiliar situations arise for rescuers. Providing a central point of contact for shelters and for those seeking help in rehoming their Shibas for those who cannot find regional contacts. Whenever possible, SIRRA will refer inquiries to active rescuers close to the Shiba in need. Providing materials that rescuers can use to educate the general public about Shibas and Shiba Rescue.
If funds are needed for expenses over and above normal Vet care that would be recovered through adoption fees, the person fostering the Shiba may contact any of the SIRRA Board members and explain the situation. That person will then take the request to the full Board. Copies of Vet bills, or a quote for a procedure that is still to be performed, will need to be provided.
If you would like to support rescue by making a donation, you may contact SIRRA or any of the listed rescue organizations.
Contact Shiba Rescue
SIRRA Board of Directors
Hands On Rescue Groups & Individuals