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Please note, due to the current lockdown we will only be arranging social distanced meetings for Zhima within the M25. Please do not make an application unless you live within this area.


Meet Zhima, a beautiful 6 year old Shiba Inu cross rescued from the cruel meat trade in China and now looking for her forever home.

After being rescued from the horrors of a meat farm, Zhima spent 4 years in a shelter in Beijing living with around 15 other dogs and is now adjusting well to living in the UK. Despite what she experienced in her early years, Zhima is a sweet natured girl who will make a great companion, however she can be nervous in new situations so is looking for an experienced owner who has researched the breed.  Zhima has short bursts of high energy where she wants to play (she loves fetch) but is calm most of the day and likes to snooze in her bed or on a soft blanket. When she is out and about she cannot be let off lead.

Zhima would do best in a quiet home with direct access to a garden with an experienced owner who is around for most of the day. As she has lived with other dogs previously, she could possibly live with a calm male dog. No cats please. Zhima could live with children aged 14+.

Please note – to help cover the cost of Zhima’s travel to the UK, her adoption fee will be £550. 

If you would like to adopt Zhima please fill out a rehoming questionnaire and a member of the team will get in contact within 48 hours. For questions or queries, please contact the office directly –020 8341 3196 /

Shiba Inu Cross
6 years
Can live with children over 14, Can't live in a flat, Can't live with cats, Must live within M25 area, Needs direct access to a garden, Needs quiet home, Would prefer someone who's home most of the day
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