Lara the destroyer
Lara came to me via an internet advert. She was 5 months old and unwanted, although they wanted plenty of money for her. Whenever I saw her I was hooked, but I knew that I would be as I'd had a whippet before who lived for 15 years.
My first whippet was so gentle and walked at my heel, afraid that I'd run away and leave her. Lara is cheeky and I'm trying to train her not to run off and leave me when she spots something moving.
She hates being left on her own, destroys any bedding left in her den and has to be caged when I go out as she's so destructive when alone BUT I wouldn't be without her. She's got a lovely nature and is such a good pal.
Whippets are unique and once you've got one you'll never want any other kind of dog.
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Jul 16, 19 04:09 AM
Hi there! We lost our IG 4 months ago and are ready for a new family member. We have had both IG's and Whippets. Please help us find our new fur friend
Jul 10, 19 04:49 AM
I am wanting to adopt a female Whippy (As I like to say). I lost my boy 4 years ago and am in a place to give lots of love to a fur-baby. I have no other
Jun 20, 19 04:39 AM
I got Winona in October of 2018 after my cousin and fiancee found her and what we believe were her three sisters on the side of the road in Eastern North