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We've owned German Wirehaired Pointers for over Sixteen Years. Our first was Helga (Innocent Gittle), from the Gavic Kennels, She had three litters, All sired by Dyson (Normbar Valhalla) bred by Norma Ellis Normbar Kennels. Unfortunately Helga died in 2013 aged 13 Years old
Our Lucky Boy (Oscar) is a KC Registered Blue with White Trim Whippet born in September 2013. He Stands at 22 inches to the shoulder and weighs 17kg.
Oscar is a cheeky chappie with an amazing personality. He loves cuddles and kisses and like most whippets will sleep all day after he has had his morning run. He is brilliant with children and enjoys playing with them in the garden.
He has competed successfully at BSFA Lure Coursing where he won his first competition race.
He has excellent breeding with siblings, parents and grandparents all successful in showing, racing and coursing. .... (click to read more)
Mr & Mrs Pullar
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We are only a small kennel.
We have been breeding dogs for well over 30 years.KC Accredited Breeder
We both had dogs while we were growing up and got involved and interested in the working aspect of different breeds of dog.
We are now concentrating this experience on Whippets, and aim to produce quality puppies in this breed.
We are breeding for;
Type, Temperament and Soundness,
All our pups are well socialised around other dogs and children. Our puppies are dewclawed, defleaed and regularly wormed.
I am a small hobby kennel having had salukis and whippets for many years. All of our dogs are active family members who get to run free daily. Any puppies I have produced are reared in a home environment as one of the family. Our puppies are bred for soundness, sporting ability and are bred to show standard. I am very happy to provide life time support and advice for all puppies, any pictures updates and progress reports are always greatly appreciated.
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.
I have owned cross breed lurchers most of my life. Now after experiencing whippets, there is no way back. Truly the most lovable loyal and honourable dog one could own. The biggest problem you will have apart from them stealing your favourite chair, is the fact once you have one, one will not be enough.
Mrs. E and Mr. F. Bailey
Current Health Tests
I have had whippets or lurchers since I was a child. My mother bred a few litters under the Twiggen affix in the 1970s (including the very good coursing bitch Twiggen Waterwitch, and her equally accomplished brother T Watergate). I am currently owned by three whippets: my old man Diver (Moonlake Walks On Water) and his great-niece Tealeaf (M Mercedes) have recently been joined by Tealeaf's son Trilby (Tit for Tat). I believe strongly that the perfect whippet should not only look good, but should be demonstrably fit for function, and Tealeaf has more than fulfilled that brief. Despite being .... (click to read more)
Mrs Sarah Shaw
Joyce Vinocur Barnsley South Yorkshire
Montyjack Robert Houghton Birmingham Worcestershire
Torilene Vicki Biggs & Charlene Barton St Helens Merseyside
Jo Thom Tenterden Kent
Simon Chandler Mary Port Cumbria
Amphoras Denise Pitcher Spratton Northamptonshire
Chiconi Philip H Hawksby Bishop Auckland Durham
Mrs N Tonkin Salisbury Wiltshire
Jennifer Welham Woodcote Oxfordshire