The fastest dog is the greyhound, bred for racing. The breed is fast and doesn't need much exercise.
Salukis hunt small prey utilizing their excellent vision and speed.
Ibizan hounds escape containers and jump fences to pleasure their owners.
Since owners polish the Afghan hound's long, silky coat, the breed is a mainstay in dog competitions.
Vizslas are hunters and retrievers historically, they returned shot fowl to their owners.
Because of their work ethic, German shepherds are guard and service dogs.
One Hundred one And Dalmatians and U.S. firehouse dogs made the Dalmatian famous.
Borzoi, meaning fast in Russian, is fast.
The breed is shy and may prefer to sleep all day.
This ancient breed resembles its forebears and predates recorded history.
Doberman pinschers, famed for their beautiful toe-walking, are strong-willed and well-tempered.
Speed and a sharp nose make the Weimaraner an all-purpose dog for hunting small animals and sports.