Shibas of Piney Ridge
Purebred Shiba Inu
ABOUT PINEY RIDGE KENNELS
Jon and Sarah Hansen manage all aspects of the kennel operation
Since 2001, Piney Ridge Kennels breeds only Shiba Inu with superior health and temperament
Piney Ridge Kennel is located on 10 beautifully wooded acres in northwestern Wisconsin, near Hayward
Each one unique in appearance and personality
"I cant thank you enough for the amazing job you guys did with him. He came potty-trained and well socialized from the jump and I've never had any issues with him. He's friendly and wants to play with everyone. Even our vet was surprised by how well he is with new people and dogs alike. He really is all I could have ever wanted and more. Thank you for the hard work you put in to your pups, it really shows."
"I just wanted to take a moment to say thank you one last time. Shepard is everything I could have hoped for and more. Though I can already tell he's going to be a headstrong little maverick, he's also been surprisingly cuddly. I also wanted to commend you on your prep training with Shepard. We haven't had a single accident in our house or those we've visited. That's simply amazing and all thanks to you, I'm sure. Again, thank you so much for all your help throughout this process. You've been a delight to work with."
He is an awesome dog!!! We just love him. He was recently fixed and is right at 20 pounds. The neighborhood kids refer to him as the neighborhood celebrity. Everyone just loves him and he lets everyone pet and love him.
She is incredibly smart, spirited, confident, sassy, walks with a bit of a strut, affectionate, very friendly, and constantly keeps me laughing with her antics. She is ornery as all get-out one minute and the sweetest, most loving puppy the next. She thinks every last person, every last dog, and every last cat is her best friend forever and was put on this earth for the sole purpose of playing with her. She has half the tenants in my building in love with her and is very popular in my neighborhood. I walk her twice a day and always make sure there's lots of time because at least one person is going to want to stop and pet her.