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|Second||Deceased (after Pom killed him in some battles with him as the enemy, when lost the battle)|
|Third||Currently living in Dog heaven|
Shibe is a butler and also a Shiba Inu and is Pom's butler and butler. Pom nicknames Shibe "Sebastian" after both of them arrive in Doggy Heaven.
Shibe is a male Shiba Inu who lives with Pom. He and Pom are both sent to heaven after dying in a possible house fire. Shibe almost always tells Pom to get her head out of her laptop. Pom mostly hates Shibe a lot and tries to worry Shibe often.
After running some errands around heaven, encountering other dogs that have ended up in heaven, they reach a park, where a line has form and been there for a while. They meet Hus, who shows some 'liking' to Shibe, to which Pom constantly taunts them and calling them homosexual terms.
- The reason Pom calls Shibe Sebastian is because the maker of the game had a dog named like that.
- It's also a reference to the popular anime/manga series Black Butler, as the main character names his butler Sebastian Michaelis or Sebastian for short, after his dog.
- If you go to the observatory, Shibe will look into the glass and see his and Pom's owner crying. Shibe will cry while telling her to not be sad, though Pom will frequently tell him to shut up as she can't hear them.
- Shibe in battle almost looks like it spells "Shit".
- Shibe is the cause of either you getting the happy/good ending and the sad/bad ending (sparing shibe by talking to Goldie directly after getting the Famicom not taking pictures of crest and fighting Bernard and killing the spider for crest and not killing shibe at the end will give you the good/happy ending and you get the bad/sad ending by doing the opposite of the good ending and killing shibe at the final battle (after dog)