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Whippet and all Sighthound Rescue

by Jenny
(North Florida - South Georgia)

Whippet and all Sighthound Rescue

North Florida and South Georgia area. Will help Whippets, Greyhounds, Italian Greyhounds, Basenji's and all sighthound breeds.

All are Vet checked and medical procedures needed are completed, to include include Spayed / neutered, shot's current, heartworm tested, micro chipped, etc.

Most sighthounds do not cope well in a shelter environment. There is NO kennel at my home. All in my care are house dogs / companions first & foremost.

850 536 0199 or email sighthounds@floridastate.com for more info.

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Love my adopted boy Bo, a 3 year old handsome Whippet boy who found himself in need of help in the panhandle of Florida.

Complete honesty & uncomplicated process made this adoption a very good option!

Thank you Jenny for my boy!

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