Looking for a Forever Home

This section needs some better copy, this is where the LFH posts will live. All you have to do is assign the post the category “looking for a forever home”.

Beans: friend of Tuuli and Rankin

Beans: friend of Tuuli and Rankin

"We have three dogs, Tombi, a Jack Russell, Pickle, a lurcher and a little whippet called Beans. We adopted Pickle in August 2008 from the RSPCA after he was found abandoned and starving, tied up next to two dead dogs. Beans was found wandering by a canal in November...

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Meet Lamorak

Meet Lamorak

Continuing our series on the fun to be had with a rescue whippet, meet Lamorak, future flyballing star. Lamorak was rescued by us, and rehomed by Keith and Julie Huggins of DogStar Flyball and is pictured here in training. We’re told he’s going to be very fast.

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Winning Ways

Winning Ways

The breeders of pedigree dogs are often attacked in the press, yet be assured,responsible whippet breeders have always been intent on producing athletic, healthy hounds with the best of temperaments*.

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We have a new logo, what do you think?

We have a new logo, what do you think?

Designing a logo that is representative of any organisation isn’t straightforward. Our hope is that the new logo for all things JR Whippet Rescue online both references our long established print logo of a whippet’s head within a blue circle and illustrates that with this new website (and our presence on Twitter) we are leaping forwards into the next 40 years (yes, that’s how long JR Whippet Rescue has been working to improve the lot of whippets!)

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Yes, that is Jennifer Saunders!

Yes, that is Jennifer Saunders!

I’m sure many of our readers will be aware that actress and comedienne Jennifer Saunders has a much loved whippet friend, Olive, but I wonder if you know about Olive’s best mate, Pip, a JR rescue whippet who now lives with Jennifer’s mum, Jane.

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Rehomed

Rehomed

Welcome to JR Whippet Rescue’s new home on the web! We’ve been finding new homes for whippets in need for over 40 years, which means we’re three decades older than the first personal computer, two decades older than all things online (and significantly more experienced than others in our field).

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Rehomed!

This section needs some better copy, this is where the rehomed posts will live. All you have to do is assign the post the category “Rehomed” and uncheck “looking for a forever home” and they will shift. As if by magic!

Beans: friend of Tuuli and Rankin

Beans: friend of Tuuli and Rankin

"We have three dogs, Tombi, a Jack Russell, Pickle, a lurcher and a little whippet called Beans. We adopted Pickle in August 2008 from the RSPCA after he was found abandoned and starving, tied up next to two dead dogs. Beans was found wandering by a canal in November...

read more
Meet Lamorak

Meet Lamorak

Continuing our series on the fun to be had with a rescue whippet, meet Lamorak, future flyballing star. Lamorak was rescued by us, and rehomed by Keith and Julie Huggins of DogStar Flyball and is pictured here in training. We’re told he’s going to be very fast.

read more
Winning Ways

Winning Ways

The breeders of pedigree dogs are often attacked in the press, yet be assured,responsible whippet breeders have always been intent on producing athletic, healthy hounds with the best of temperaments*.

read more
We have a new logo, what do you think?

We have a new logo, what do you think?

Designing a logo that is representative of any organisation isn’t straightforward. Our hope is that the new logo for all things JR Whippet Rescue online both references our long established print logo of a whippet’s head within a blue circle and illustrates that with this new website (and our presence on Twitter) we are leaping forwards into the next 40 years (yes, that’s how long JR Whippet Rescue has been working to improve the lot of whippets!)

read more
Yes, that is Jennifer Saunders!

Yes, that is Jennifer Saunders!

I’m sure many of our readers will be aware that actress and comedienne Jennifer Saunders has a much loved whippet friend, Olive, but I wonder if you know about Olive’s best mate, Pip, a JR rescue whippet who now lives with Jennifer’s mum, Jane.

read more
Rehomed

Rehomed

Welcome to JR Whippet Rescue’s new home on the web! We’ve been finding new homes for whippets in need for over 40 years, which means we’re three decades older than the first personal computer, two decades older than all things online (and significantly more experienced than others in our field).

read more

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