In this post, we’ll be talking about how to predict the price of a Shiba Inu in India for the year 2022. This is based on mathematical formulas and a survey conducted by Yellen Fleece, an economist working at the Bureau of Statistics. Yellen has been trying to work out how to accurately predict prices of various goods and services. It’s not as simple as just taking average costs and setting that as the prediction because there are always outliers in any given population. Trends in price are often caused by popular demand or societal shifts so he needs more data than just an average cost per good or service. This is where this study comes in.
The experiment was conducted by asking 100 Shiba owners to provide data on their costs from the last 12 months to calculate the average cost per month for a Shiba Inu in India (INR). Then, Yellen took that information and used his formula (which we’ll cover later) to predict how those costs would change over the next 12 months. The average prediction was Rs 3,264 per month which is basically 3,000 rupees or roughly USD $45 per month. This means that if you purchase a Shiba Inu now, you will likely be paying approximately 3,000 rupees every month in maintenance costs over the next year.
What is Shiba Inu?
The Shiba Inu is a breed of dog native to Japan. There are two types of Shiba Inus, the Akita and the Kishu. The Akita came to Japan from Korea in around 800 AD and was bred as fighting dogs. It is regarded as one of the world’s oldest dog breeds with a history that dates back to 8000 BC. Though not as old, the Kishu was also prized for its bloodline and fighting prowess and has been said to have been around since 1,500 BC when Sumerian clay figurines were found depicting them in battle poses.
While the breed is small and compact, it’s origins as a fighting dog means that they are fiercely loyal to their owners and will fight to protect them. In Japan, they are always considered a good luck charm originating from its love for water. The Japanese have also adopted the Shiba Inu as a symbol of good luck due to its loyalty, gracefulness and strength. It has come over to the United States as well where it is now one of the most popular groomers due to its friendly personality and intelligence. Shiba Inus in India vary greatly in color but generally fall under three categories: red, white or black.
Who created Shiba Inu?
The Shiba Inu originated from the Akita and Kishu working dogs. They are thought to have been bred in China around 1200 BC by a hunter named Kamatari Kawashima who bred dogs in order to protect his clan when traveling to his hunting sites. The first written record of the breed was in the year 735 AD, when Emperor Shomu created a kennel for the Akita at Kamakura. In 1215, during the Kamakura period, it became mandatory that all nobles owned at least one Akita at this point and they were used as high-status guard dogs on estates.
The breed was used by the Shoguns to lead the Shogun’s army into battle. Since then it was bred for its strength and temperament. Therefore, in order to maintain the breed’s fighting abilities, it was not bred for beauty or friendly personality but only for physical attributes. It was only after World War II that the Shiba Inu was seen as a completely different dog with a completely different purpose. This is why there are still many Japanese people who think that their Shiba Inu is more of an intelligent guard dog than a pet.
How to use Shiba Inu?
Since Shiba Inus are bred for their loyalty and agility, they make excellent guard dogs. These qualities make them perfect pets for busy families that already own a dog. When everyone goes off to work, the Shiba Inu will stay at home and protect the house as if it were his own. Shibas are extremely energetic so they need a lot of exercise every day. This makes them unsuitable for people with no time or energy to take their dog on walks or to the nearby park. However, they will be extremely happy to play ball or run around in your backyard so as long as you keep them active there is no cause for concern.
What are the Characteristics of Shiba Inus?
Shiba Inus are very small dogs weighing only about 12 to 16 pounds or 5.5 to 7.2 kilograms. They are energetic, agile and mischievous but extremely loyal and intelligent. Their barking differs from most other dogs in that it sounds almost like a yelping cough as opposed to a growl or bark. Their coat is also much different from other animals with coats that fall into either long, double-coat fur or short single-coat fur; both with undercoats. The long-haired variety comes in an array of colors including red, white and black while the short-haired variety falls into either red, brown or black colors.