Whippet Breeders

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  • Moonlake
    Gay Robertson
    Moreton-In-Marsh
    Gloucestershire
    Current Health Tests

    To see more Moonlakes, at home and abroad, please visit www.moonlake.co.uk

    This is a sporting line which has always been bred as closely as possible to the breed standard while maintaining above average performance in the field.
    They have been running competitively and shown since 1971, achieving top honours in both fields.
    All my whippets are health checked regularly and I think their performance proves they are "fit for function". I like to keep in touch with my puppy clients and expect regular progress reports. Any Moonlake whippet can be returned to me at any stage of its .... (click to read more)

  • Huntinghill Whippets
    Ann & Rachel Snelgrove
    Llandeilo
    Carmarthenshire
    Current Health Tests

    Huntinghill Whippets - A small kennel aiming for health, soundness, construction & good temperament. Pets first, Showdogs second!
    We do not breed very many litters and carefully consider our lines before embarking on a mating. It is very important to us to breed with the above aims in mind & only if we want to keep a puppy ourselves.
    Potential puppy owners will be asked many questions from us & we expect many questions back. Any puppies sold will be supplied with full documentation ie KC, feeding charts, pedigree & general information and an agreement between both parties that should an .... (click to read more)

  • Tormor
    Miss Tracey Hoare
    Lyneham
    Wiltshire
    Current Health Tests

    I was infact born into a Whippet household and was taken to shows when very young, sitting on benches at all breed open shows, next to Standard Dachshunds who barked a lot & frightened me to death!
    From around 1974 to 1982 shows took a back seat, as my mother was unable to drive and was not able to get to shows.
    Just before Christmas of 1978 a little Red fawn Whippet puppy, Nempnetts Red Kite ~ Zelda, had come to live with us after the loss of Springetts Tracie’s Maid ~ Tatty, the Miniature Poodle. Spring of 1981 came and we as children, asked if Zelda could have puppies, this was to .... (click to read more)

  • Richtig
    May Garvey
    Irvine
    North Ayrshire

    I have been owned by this lovely breed for nearly 20 years my first Gsp was the handsome Helydon Poseidon he was bred by Gordon and Janet Kikwood and from then on I was hooked on these beautiful dogs. My current youngster is Kavacanne Toint the Way to Richtig at home known as Freya . She came from the Rose family
    Freya is fun loving and spends most of her days playing with the other members of her pack. They all eat sleep and play together

  • Miss Joanna Stevenitt
    Swindon
    Wiltshire

    My Whippets are bred for quality and temperament. They are all house reared and have contact with other dogs and children and are therefore very domesticated. They all have their dew claws removed and are all wormed and Kennel Club registered. Mother can be seen. I am located right on the Wiltshire/Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire Borders, about 10 miles from Swindon. Please contact me if you require any further information.

  • Turnstone Whippets
    John & Vanessa Turnbull
    Caerphilly
    Caerphilly

    John and Vanessa Turnbull have been showing and breeding Whippets for 18 years. Based in the beautiful Rhymney Valley in Caerphilly, South Wales within a 10 minute walk of the 13th century Caerphilly Castle, Turnstone Whippets have established themselves as successful breeders over many years. Turnstone Whippets are renowned for their temperament and quality. All our dogs are family pets who enjoy showing and also running free in the lovely countryside near our home.
    We do not breed frequently but when we have a litter we use the top stud dogs to produce dogs with sound temperaments and .... (click to read more)

  • Arnold Bennett
    Doncaster
    South Yorkshire

  • Gabledene
    S.J.Tonkin
    Attleborough
    Norfolk

  • Nattah
    Jane Severn
    Southampton
    Hampshire

    I am a multi functional whippet family who's dogs and bitches live in the house with me. They are use to family environment and are reared with other animals, all the dogs enjoy various activities from sprinting up hills to champ showing. I pride myself in having a happy well balanced family of whippets

  • Spyanfly
    Pauline Oliver
    Nr.Basingstoke
    Hants

    We have enjoyed having whippets share a big part in our family life since 1980. They are loving, lively, small but sporty and thrive on being an important part of your every day routine.

  • Gallahads
    Luisa Rufino
    Bicesse
    Lisboa

    Gallahads a Portuguese Breeder since 1975 with Afghan Hound and Whippet .In 2013 started breeding Weimaraner, and my goal is responsability . Proud breeding with sucess multiple champions.

  • Culumalda
    John and Joan Levey
    Tonbridge
    Kent

    We have owned whippets for over 40 years now but only started showing in 1988. We have had a few whippets during this period but are now down to only 6. Four of these are pictured above.
    Two of Clovers litter, Bramble and Willow, stayed with us and now Willow has had a litter of her own on 13.2.2011. (See litter Pages). One of her sons, Rowan, has stayed with us. She had a second litter on 20.5.2012 and a little girl, Teazel, has joined the family

  • Jasarat Whippets
    Mrs C.Fisher-Home
    Watford
    Herts
    Current Health Tests

    I have owned whippets all my life as indeed my parents owned, bred & showed whippets before I was even born, so I grew up surrounded by this lovely breed. I show my whippets at all levels although first & foremost they are family pets & live in the house with us. I only breed when I want to carry on the next generation & always breed for sound health, good breed type & excellent temperament.

  • Windfly
    Mrs L Grant
    Boston
    Lincolnshire
    Current Health Tests

    Our whippets live with us in our home and are our loving pets.Our whippets are multi-purpose and fit for function taking part in showing , racing and rally with Champion blood lines from both showing and racing. We breed the occasional litter and are kc accredited breeders with health and temperament our priority.
    All puppies are health checked and microchipped before leaving to approved homes.

  • Tarward
    Mrs Joanne Robinson
    Hull
    Yorkshire

    My first show dog, Pagan, a Dobermann arrived in 1985, closely followed by her half sister, Laura. Then a German Pinscher came in 1989 and my first Brittany, Annie, in 1993, although by no means my last. She was a beautiful show dog but was not suitable for breeding so her half sister, Macy, joined the household in 1996 and proved to be a wonderful show dog, brood and most of all a superb companion. Macy left us with wonderful memories and a broken heart on the 4th September 13 but her legacy lives on in Hazel, her great granddaughter and a great character. Ellie, the Whippet arrived to the .... (click to read more)

  • Linalkin
    Linda Jull
    Market Rasen
    Lincs

    Linalkin whippets
    The Linalkins are a very small group of much loved whippets who allow Louise and myself to share their bungalow and garden. We pride ourselves in owning, and occasionally breeding whippets that are capable of holding their own in the show ring, are a pleasure to live with, being sound physically and mentally, and are able to do a day's work if given the opportunity. All the Linalkins hold at least the bronze KC Good Citizen's award. Occasionally we have had the opportunity to let them race, a pastime very much enjoyed by both whippets and humans.

    Louise and I are .... (click to read more)

  • Soethond
    Karen Sinclair
    Bude
    Cornwall

    The Soethond family group is currently made up of 6 Whippets, Freehamlet Perfick Priam (Tate) and Reubicia Desiderata (Dizzy), and their 4 retained offspring, Soethond's Romeo (Slipper), Soethond's Othello(Shredders), Soethond's As You Like It(Jago), and Soethond's Juliette (Heather).
    Dizzy in no longer shown as she simply does not enjoy showing, but the rest all enjoy 'party days', and though they have only been lightly shown in 2013, they have been successful at many of the shows they have attended.
    At Soethond it's not all about the showing though, and the rest of the time the .... (click to read more)

  • Koppelwell Whippets
    Trudi Foster & Stephen Gallagher
    Newport
    Gwent
    Current Health Tests

    We are a small kennel in South Wales. Our whippets live in the house and are very much a part of our family. Our past puppies have lovely temperaments and make fantastic pets, have won highly at championship showing and won numerous lure-coursing and racing titles. They are multi-purpose and truly fit for function. Our puppies are well socialised with our other dogs and five children and are handled from birth. They are raised inside our home and become fully acclimatised with general household noise and activity.

    Our foundation bitch Seren produced, from her 1st litter, Koppelwell .... (click to read more)

  • Zoraden
    Alayna and Darryn Allen
    Spalding
    Lincs

    Our dogs
    Our dogs are very much our pets first, they have their own room in our house.
    They all enjoy running together every night at the river.
    Although not all our dogs have there own pages on this site they are still at home with us and do not get moved on once their show career has finished.

    Alayna
    I have had dogs all my life, I started showing the Afghans around the companion shows aged 5. I met the lovely Merlin, Triken Harlequin, at Open Show and immediately fell in love with Whippets after seeing him run. My first whippet was brought for me in 1991. All our homebred .... (click to read more)

  • Derohan
    Mrs Caroline Osborne
    Reading
    Berkshire
    Current Health Tests

    I bought my first Whippet in 1990, after owning a Borzoi and various gundog breeds since the early 1970s. All my dogs live indoors as family and I aim to breed healthy, sound Whippets, only having a litter when I want another puppy for myself. They are well exercised and fed a natural diet. I am currently Secretary of the National Whippet Association and Health Co-ordinator for the Whippet Breed Council.

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