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Does anyone no of a bedlington whippet bitch for sale

Try Northernlite he's big on his Beddie xs

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37 minutes ago, brambles said:

Try Northernlite he's big on his Beddie xs

He mainly only has fat labradors tho

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45 minutes ago, Black neck said:

He mainly only has fat labradors tho

I heard NL was into his fat labs aswell to be fair 😂

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See loads asking for beddy whippet an see litters on Facebook but most are asking £350 for pups silly money , do make handy little dogs  the beddy whippet 

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Seen a few beddy whippets but I think I prefer the beddy greys personally just for a bit extra size. 

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The bedlington whippet the peddlers favourite easy to knock litters out An demand a premium for them wouldn’t have another if it was gifted to me! Far better options out there than being led up the garden path 

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49 minutes ago, Saltmoon said:

Seen a few beddy whippets but I think I prefer the beddy greys personally just for a bit extra size. 

Same as salt far more handy cross or bedlington greyhound mix ups 

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9 minutes ago, poxon said:

The bedlington whippet the peddlers favourite easy to knock litters out An demand a premium for them wouldn’t have another if it was gifted to me! Far better options out there than being led up the garden path 

Seen them up to £500 , funny enough not only a favourite with horsey types but also veggie anti hunt types for some strange reason .

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your right about price seen recently at £400 to £500.i paid £300 nearly 2 years ago but its money we'll spent. it took me a long time & had to wade through a lot of shite to find what I wanted but there is good ones out there. to me they are not a running dog they are a mooching dog which is exactly what I wanted. 

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