Facts about Whippets Edit
The Whippet is a dog breed of medium-size. They are a sighthound breed that originated in England, where they descended from greyhounds. Whippets today still strongly resemble a smaller greyhound. Shown in the Hound group, Whippets have relatively few health problems other than arrhythmia. Whippets also participate in dog sports such as lure coursing, agility, and flyball. The name is derived from an early 17th-century word, now obsolete, meaning to "move briskly".
Coat colors Edit
Quiet, Affectionate, Friendly, Gentle, Intelligent, Lively, Calm, affectionate, and playful