Something Different for Joomla!
Considering a Whippet?
Timbreblue Slams the Door
Whippet breeders are very protective of the breed. Most will ask you to sign an agreement that a puppy sold as a pet will not be bred. This precaution is to safeguard the quality and health of whippets as a whole. In popular breeds where careless or uninformed breeding is common, temperaments and appearances vary so widely that it's hard to believe that some of the dogs are even the same breed! Careless or ill-informed breeding has made many breeds shy, snappy, and unstable. We don't want whippets to go there!
We do NOT ship dogs
It has always been our policy to meet new owners in person, at Timbreblue.
Changes to the federal Animal Welfare Act regulations that took effect on Nov. 18, 2013 make it ILLEGAL for pet breeders without a USDA license (requiring a very expensive commercial kennel operation) to ship pets unless they have four or fewer intact females and never do rescue. We comply fully with these regulations.
Our beautiful Fiona, daughter of Rini and Henry, welcomed a litter of 13 (yes, thirteen!) healthy babies born naturally at home on May 22, 2016. These puppies have all gone home with their new families, but if you're interested in a future litter, please contact us. We're posting lots of pics and videos of Fiona's Thirteen on our Facebook group.
Our waiting list
We are in the planning stages for a litter before the end of 2016. We'll make an announcement when pregnancy is confirmed. Please let us know if you are interested in being on our waiting list. We keep an ongoing waiting list for our puppies, and most litters are entirely promised before they are born, but we will be happy to refer you to trusted fellow breeders who might have puppies sooner.