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2 minutes ago, fred90 said:

true terriers tend to yap, but I have had beddywhippets yap and beddywhippets that have been mute. heard some say yapping can come from the Whippet but wouldn't know never had a pure whippet yet. 

I probably get shot down but I find as a terrier beddys are maybe the quietest   I’ve never owned a pure whippet either Fred but I believe they av been known to yip a bit , not that it matters really to me as I would never go where I shouldn’t be like them rough beer drinking council eastate nasty people 😂

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1/4 JRT X 3/4 whippet; Cheers.

I don't post on here or come on here now I can do with out the aggro and argument just I googled Bedlington greyhounds to look something up but if you had no luck finding an F1 cross I have breed thes

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1 minute ago, Loton Moocher said:

I probably get shot down but I find as a terrier beddys are maybe the quietest   I’ve never owned a pure whippet either Fred but I believe they av been known to yip a bit , not that it matters really to me as I would never go where I shouldn’t be like them rough beer drinking council eastate nasty people 😂

I know what you mean, funnily enough both my next door neighbours either side live on a council estate. 

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1 hour ago, SheepChaser said:

I would say there are quite a few Russel’s, pats and x bred terriers out there which would make a great x with a whippet, grey or grew. 

Yeah I think would make good x but think you would lose size , have run beddy types for good bit now we found the 3/8 beddy 5/8 greyhound suits us better my bitch handy dog 23tts light framed but she handles job , pals dog over 26tts big strong dog fawn dog blue bitch post-65098-0-35325500-1480429822_thumb.jpg

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This is the bitch I use 3/8 beddy 5/8 mix breeding of mainly greyhound with distant  collie an very distant drop of saluki an border terrier whippet deerhound in the mix     It’s her first season shes doing well she’s 23 an 3quarters tts handy bitch for me what ever I’m doing

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I've owned a couple of beddy crosses over the years, 1st nearly 40 years ago was a decent animal, very terrier in nature, one of my best dogs. 2nd looked great, beddy /whippet X grey, not a bad lamper but in truth she was a bred down grew in all but coat. Got nothing much else from the terrier. 

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7 hours ago, poxon said:

This is the bitch I use 3/8 beddy 5/8 mix breeding of mainly greyhound with distant  collie an very distant drop of saluki an border terrier whippet deerhound in the mix     It’s her first season shes doing well she’s 23 an 3quarters tts handy bitch for me what ever I’m doing

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Nice bitch , hoping to take litter out of bitch soon to the fawn dog should make good size think it's grandmother was 29 tts coursing greyhound on both sides , dogs mother bitch father was litter mates , my bitch days are numbed she losing her eye sit damage both eyes full of scratches 

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