Top 11 Fastest Dogs

Greyhound:is a sighthound famous for its role as a coursing and racing dog. The breed is over 4,000 years old and was historically used to chase down pretty using its keen eyesight and speed.

Jack Russell Terrier: is a small breed of terrier from England. Originally bred as fox hunting dogs, Jack Russell Terriers can reach serious speeds despite their small frame. 

Borzoi:traces its roots back to the working dogs of Central Asia. After the 17th century, the breed became popular in what is now modern Russia as a hunting dog thanks to its.

Afghan Hound:is a breed originating from the colder, mountainous regions of Afghanistan. Known by many other names including the Barakzai Hound, Kabul Hound, or Galanday Hound.

Sloughi: is a sighthound breed from North Africa. Often confused with the Saluki or Afghan Hound, the Berber people originally bred the Sloughi to hunt game including hare, jackal, fox, wild pigs.

Weimaraner:is a large, athletic breed of hunting dog. Originally bred in the early 19th century in what is now modern-day Germany, the Weimaraner got its start hunting large game like boar, bear.

Saluki: is a standardized breed of sighthound originating from the Fertile Crescent. An ancient breed bred by nomadic tribes to hunt game, the Saluki is often mistaken for the Sloughi or Afghan Hound

 Vizsla:is a medium-sized sporting dog from Hungary prized for its natural hunting ability and superior trainability. In its native Hungary, its name translates to “searcher” or “tracker.

Ibizan Hound:originates from Ibiza, Spain, which is also where it gets its name. A member of the hound family, the Ibizan Hound is an agile, lean breed with serious speed. 

Dalmatian:is famous for its unique white coat covered in black or brown spots. It traces its roots back to the historical region of Dalmatia in modern-day Croatia, which is also where it gets its.

Whippet:is a small-to-medium-sized sighthound breed from England. Descended from Greyhounds, the Whippet gets its name for an outdated 17th-century term that translates as “to move briskly.”

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