Fastest dogs in the world

1. Greyhound

The greyhound's tall, thin physique was expressly created for dog racing, making it the quickest dog.

2. Saluki

Salukis hunt tiny prey utilising their excellent eyesight and quickness. The saluki may be the fastest long-distance dog.

3. Ibizan hound

Ibizan hounds escape containers and leap fences to pleasure their owners. When off-leash, the breed tends to run, so owners should observe. 

4. Afghan hound

Since owners polish the Afghan hound's long, silky hair, the breed is a fixture at dog competitions. Its speed makes it a good agility contender as well as a show dog.

5. Vizsla

Vizslas are hunters and retrievers—historically, they returned shot birds to their owners. When neglected, it whines. Vizslas need exercise like other hunting dogs, so get moving.

6. German shepherd

German shepherds function well as security and service dogs. German shepherds employed in police work are so driven to perform that their handlers must often set up harmful things for them to discover.

7. Dalmatian

"One Hundred and One Dalmatians" and U.S. firehouse dogs made the Dalmatian famous. In the early days of firefighting, Dalmatians were one of the few breeds that could keep up with horses. 

8. Borzoi

The Dalmatian is famous for starring in Disney's "One Hundred and One Dalmatians" and as a U.S. firehouse dog.

9. Whippet

Whippets are employed in racing and hare coursing because to their speed and agility, particularly when properly trained. The breed is shy and may prefer to sleep all day. 

10. Scottish deerhound

This ancient breed resembles its forebears and predates recorded history. Scottish deerhounds are famous deer hunters.

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