Wednesday Woof – Shiba Inu

Middle of the week. Middle of the week! Middle of the week?

!WHEEK! !WHEEK! Sorry, but the human forgot to give us tomatoes today and that is unacceptable. Never mind that she explained there are not any in the house, that is a typical human excuse!

Well, time again for a Wednesday Woof no matter how much we would rather have tomatoes.

Today we feature a Shiba Inu with adorable black sock markings:

At play:

On his back:

He looks like a fox doesn’t he?

Here is the more common coloring for the breed:
Dog Breeds
(animal planet)

Enjoy the pictures, we are off to find tomatoes…

– Cola and Fizz

Shiba Inu Puppy Cam is Back Online!

Do you guys remember the adorable Shiba Inu Puppy Cam?

The Puppy Cam is online at, and is a live feed of Shiba Inu puppies so you can watch all their cute antics as they grow! This is the third litter featured on the Puppy Cam, this round featuring 6 pups. There have been a total of 26,620,672 views on the feed as of the writing of this post.

To watch the puppies please go to

The Today Show talking about the Puppy Cam back in 2008:

I love watching the Puppy Cam because the puppies are so cute! Enjoy!

The Shiba Inu Puppy Cam is Back!

Did you watch the Shiba Inu Puppy Cam back in 2008?

It was a phenomenon in which over a million people watched a live webcam feed of little shiba inu puppies as they grew up from new borns until they were adopted out. The webcam was originally set up so that the owners could watch the pups while at work, but it quickly became an internet sensation that was featured on news programs like NBC nightly news and the Today Show.

If you missed the original sensation, or would like to experience it again, the original mom from the puppy cam has had another litter and they are online to watch at ShibaInuPuppyCam on

Here are some pictures from the original puppy cam:

I know that I will be watching over the coming weeks to see these adorable little puppies grow up!

This current group of 5 pups (called team B) consists of two females and three males – two cream and three red. The Shiba Inu is an ancient breed of dog from Japan, and are the smallest of Japan’s native breeds. These dogs have an independent nature, but are loyal companions. They require early socialization and obedience training, and must be exercised and brushed on a regular basis.