PALMIK - Litter of Whippet Puppies

Ir Ch Collooney Move On Over (1 CC)

Ir Ch Collooney Move On Over (1 CC)

photo by: Colin Wilson

Ch Palmik Magical Whispers JW (10 CC's 7 RCC's)

Ch Palmik Magical Whispers JW (10 CC's 7 RCC's)

photo by: BJ Photography

Palmik Magic Knight

Palmik Magic Knight

photo by: Palmik

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Breeder : PALMIK
Location : Exmouth, Devon
Sire : Ir Ch Collooney Move On Over
Dam : CH Palmik Magical Whispers JW
Birth Date : 8th November 2011

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  • CH Palmik Magical Whispers JW

Palmik are pleased to announce the birth of our 'MAGIC' litter.
We have always used the best bloodlines with as low a COI as possible and only breed if we want a puppy. The last litter was over 12 months ago.

Dam ~ Ch Palmik Magical Whispers JW has a most kind and gentle nature and has had the most amazing show career. She gained her Junior Warrant & Stud Book number at 10 months and was UK Top Whippet Puppy 2009.
Her adult show career has been phenomenal winning 10 CCs (8 with BOB)she has won a group & has had group placings,also 7 RCC's. Jodie is UK/Dog World/Arden Grange Top Whippet 2011.

This is Jodies' first litter at 3 years of age. For this planned litter we decided to use a young dog called Ir Ch Collooney Move On Over (Tyler) who himself has enjoyed a very successful show career. He is an Irish Champion and has 1 UK CC with BOB. See pedigree for bloodlines.
Tyler has spent some time living at Palmik, he has a wonderful temperament, a gentleman and a clown.
We felt that Jodie & Tyler would compliment each other & the progeny would be close to the breed standard.
On November 8th 2011 Jodie produced a gorgeous litter of 4 dogs and 2 bitches. We are very pleased as they are so healthy, even and of moderate size. Our expectations are high for this litter.

This MAGIC litter has an inbreeding coefficient of 3.79%. This information was calculated using 'Wrights Formula' over 7 generations, courtesy of The Whippet Archives

The puppies have all gone off to their new homes and have settled in well.