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Whippet Rescue Ireland

by Sarah & Jane
(Ireland)

Whippet Rescue Ireland is a newly established organization made up of a small group of committed volunteers. Our mission is to help abused, abandoned and neglected whippets and whippet crosses throughout Ireland.

We have no rescue premises and all our dogs are placed in loving foster homes where they are cared for until they are ready for their new homes.

We receive no funding and rely solely on donations from the public.

Our dogs are rehomed as pets only and are vet checked, spayed/neutered, vaccinated and microchipped before going to their new homes.

We can be contacted through our website.

Whippet Rescue Ireland

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Whippets in Distress
by: Elda

Thank you for your entry.

I really like your site and I hope it can help any Irish whippet in distress.

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