Standing up to 30 inches high at the shoulder, Greyhounds are the fastest dog breed in the world, and among the fastest sprinters on the planet
The fastest dog in the world can reach top speed within six strides, up to a whopping 45 mph.
Hailing from the Fertile Crescent in the Middle East, Salukis are an ancient breed of hunting dog.
Salukis are very beautiful dogs with long, feathered, floppy ears and gentle dispositions.
Instantly recognizable by their bright, reddish-gold coats, Vizslas (pronounced “Veeshla,” and also known as Hungarian Pointers
Able to reach speeds of 40 mph. Equally proficient in hunting, retrieving, swimming, and agility sports, Vizslas are super smart and energetic.
Afghan can be a wonderful, sensitive companion. They also make a great running partner.
Having been bred for all-day hunts, these hounds have tons of stamina and can definitely keep up on the miles.
These bat-eared sweeties have the long, slim legs and bodies we’ve seen on the other fastest dog breeds.
The smooth- or wire-coated red and white hounds are smart and playful, making good family dogs as long as they are properly socialized.