What Is a Whippet?


A whippet is a small slender dog that is from the sight-hound breed. It was originally produced from a cross of the terrier and the greyhound, and was bred specifically for racing. A whippet is generally a quiet and gentle dog and spends most of the day resting.
3 Additional Answers
Ask.com Answer for: what is a whippet
Whippet Information
Other dog breeds:
A whippet is a kind of sighthound dog. They are medium in size and have an affectionate and lively nature. They can live 12 to 15 years. You can find more information here: http://www.dogbreedinfo.com/whippet.htm
Similar to a Greyhound the Whippet a medium slender dog. They are calm, lively, affectionate and sensitive. This beautiful dog was bred in the 19th century by crossing a Greyhound and a Italian Greyhound.
Q&A Related to "What Is a Whippet"
1. Socialize your whippet puppy with new experiences. Whippet puppies need to meet new people and new dogs of all ages in order to be comfortable with them when they get older. 2.
1. Make sure they are exercised. Whippets are born to run and they need to do it. 2. Feed your whippets well. Whippets are known to enjoy all types of food, including meat, vegetables
A whippet is defined as a small slender dog of greyhound type developed in England. ChaCha!
Answer to meaning of whippet thin Whippets are a skinny, greyhound-like dog. If a person is whippet thin, they have qualities similar to the dog, in that they are thin, with a slight
Explore this Topic
Whippets are inhalants that are huffed or sniffed, and when breathed in will cause you to get high. Whippets are toxic and can be dangerous to your health. ...
Bully whippet syndrome is a genetic disorder, in which, effects the muscles of a whippet dog. Whippet dogs are a breed of dog similar to greyhounds. Effected animals ...
The drug whippets is a little balloon of nitrous oxide. Nitrous oxide is what laughing gas is. You can also get whippets from cans of whipped cream. You can suffocate ...
About -  Privacy -  Your Cookie Choices  -  Careers -  About P.G. Wodehouse -  Articles -  Help -  Feedback © 2014 IAC Search & Media