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Sadie - North Carolina (2018)

Dear Danielle and Kevin,

Our story of (now named) Sadie all started when our family watch a movie called, "Hatchi". We never heard of a Shiba Inu before and instantly become very curious about it. After some investigation on the history and overall temperament, etc.
We believed this was the right family companion for us! Finding your website was effortless. The problem after this was which pup to choose from as they all were super cute. After deciding the sex and color, we put a deposit on "Destiny" (female/Red Sesame). The contact between us (Danielle, Kevin) was quick and easy, which was much appreciated. After this we made plans to go pick her up. When we arrived at the private kennel family property. The property was wooded, spacious and well kept. Upon meeting Danielle and then Kevin in person, we knew they were good people and deeply believe in and care about what they do. When we met "Destiny", now Sadie, we knew she was the one for us. The exchange process was done with ease and we were provided with any questions answered. We surprised our children (3), under 8 years old - by bringing her home to stay. She embraced everyone right away with affection and patience. She was a little shy at first but warmed up quit quickly, which we were thankfully for. She took well to her kennel/bed and new toys. We keep up with her food she was already use to (Life's Abundance). She ate, went potty fairly well and whined a tad the first night. Now she seems to feel right at home. Her personality started to come out much more on about the third day. Our children love her and so do we. Even our extended family says she's sweet, calm and a joy to snuggle with too! Thank you for all of the contact, information and help you've provided us with throughout this whole process. We are truly thankful to have Sadie apart of our family!!!


The Rogers Family~
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