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the-15-fastest-dog-breeds-in-the-world-bemorepanda

Each type of animal has its own holders of records with special abilities, and dogs are no exception. There are also many representatives among them, striking for their unique abilities.

 

Dogs have many skills and running speed is one of them. After all, from ancient times it was necessary to eat, hunt and without qualities such as speed and endurance, it was impossible to do. That is why hunting breeds predominate among dog sprinters, because they are fast in their blood. The fastest dogs include quite a few breeds, all of which have their own distinctive traits, but combine their ability to run fast. Bemorepanda collected the top of them.

 

15. Italian Greyhound - 25 miles per hour

An Italian puppy.

The Italian Greyhound is a small dog breed that can reach speeds of 28 kilometers per hour. This breed dates back 2,000 years ago to Greece and Turkey. He was raised as a pet dog and later appreciated in Italy for its miniature size. In addition, several monarchs owned Italian fields.

 

This breed of dog is between 13 and 15 inches tall and weighs between 8 and 15 kilograms. It resembles a miniature and is known for walking horses. Its fur is short and smooth and can appear in solid colors, bi-colors or a brindle pattern.

 

14. Giant schnauzer - 28 miles per hour

A giant schnauzer.

The giant schnauzer has its origins in the Bavarian region of Germany, where it was bred as a watchdog and a trout animal. Once introduced to cities, this breed was used to protect businesses. It can run up to 28 miles per hour and is the largest Schnauzer variant.

 

It has an average height between 23.5 and 27.5 inches. The giant schnauzer has a thick, sweet coat, a square body and small, folded ears. This breed may appear as a solid black color or with a coloration of salt and pepper.

 

13. Scottish Deerhound - 28 kilometers per hour

A running Scottish deerhound.

The Scottish Deerhound, as the name suggests, was originally created to hunt deer. Archaeologists have unearthed a 10th-century pottery depicting a large hunting deer - this depiction is believed to be an ancestor of the Scottish deerhound. This race was recorded to run 1 kilometer per hour.

 

In appearance, the Scottish Deerhound resembles a wire-haired Greyhound. It weighs between 28 and 32 inches and weighs between 74 and 110 kilograms. The most common color is gray-blue-gray, although it can come in a range of colors.

 

12. German Shepherd - 30 miles per hour

A German shepherd.

The German Shepherd is considered a breed of hunting dog and was originally used for herding sheep. Today, this dog is often used in police and military activity, as a assistance dog for the disabled, the detection of narcotics and explosives and in search and rescue efforts. It is the most commonly used breed for work involving odor. It can reach speeds of up to 30 miles per hour.

 

The German Shepherd is a dog of medium and large size, which is between 22 and 26 tall. It can weigh between 49 and 88 kilograms. This breed has a dense coat that can be long or medium and is usually a combination of black and bronze or black and red.

 

11. Poodle - 30 miles per hour

A poodle is running.

The Poodle breed includes 3 size variations: Toy, Miniature and Standard. The standard poodle can reach speeds of 30 miles per hour and shares the ranking of the fastest dog 9. The poodle, with unclear origins, was raised as a water retriever and used for duck hunting. Today, he is an excellent swimmer and considered the 2nd breed smarter for dogs.

 

This breed is easily recognized by its thick, curl layer, which comes in a variety of colors. It has a square construction and drooping ears. The standard variation is measured at 15 inches or higher.

 

10. Border Collie - 30 miles per hour

A frontier dog.

The border corner is considered a breed because it has been bred to herds. It can run up to 30 kilometers per hour, making it the fastest dog in the world (a common ranking). This dog is known to be extremely intelligent, obedient and energetic.

 

Border Collie is a medium-sized dog that measures between 18 and 22 inches in height. It has a long, thick coat, which is mainly black and white, although it can appear in any type of color.

 

9. Pinscher Doberman - 32 kilometers per hour

Doberman Pinscher.

Doberman is the 8th fastest dog in the world, running at speeds of 32 miles per hour. This dog was bred in Germany in the early 20th century to be a watchdog. Throughout history, this breed has been used as war dogs, police dogs and for self-defense. The Doberman is considered one of the most intelligent dog breeds.

 

This dog has an average height between 27 and 28 inches and weighs between 71 and 99 kilograms. The most common color variant is black with bronze areas around the snout, chest and legs. The Doberman is also found in a reddish-brown color.

 

8. Whippet - 34 miles per hour

Dog dogs.

Initially, the Whippet breed was a sheep dog that was considered too small for hunting. Local law forbade their use for hunting, so they were raised together and used mainly to kill rats. When the law changed, however, Whippet became popular in dog racing because of their speed. This race can reach up to 34 miles per hour, although some have been recorded at 40 kilometers per hour. It is considered the fastest sized dog and is the fastest accelerating dog in the world.

 

Today, this breed continues to resemble a small Greyhound. It measures between 17.5 and 22.5 inches and weighs anywhere from 15 to 42 kilograms. It has a short, smooth coat and comes in a wide range of colors.

 

7. Borzoi - 36 miles per hour

Borzoi.

Borzoi, also known as the Russian Wolfhound, is a visionary dog ​​that came and was introduced to Russia, where it was bred to hunt wolves. It is the 6th fastest dog and can reach speeds of up to 36 miles per hour. In fact, its name comes from an old Russian word for "fast."

 

In appearance, Borzoi is similar to Saluki, Afghan hound and Greyhound. It is often described as a long-haired mole. It is between 27 and 33 inches and weighs between 55 and 105 kilograms. This breed can be of any color and has a long, wavy coat.

 

6. Dalmatians - 37 miles per hour

A Dalmatian dog.

Dalmatia is capable of reaching speeds of 37 miles per hour, making it the fastest dog in the world. This breed is a popular pet and easily recognizable by its appearance, which is white with black or brown spots. The first recording of this dog dates from a painting from 5 in Croatia. Historically, Dalmatians have been companion watch dogs and are often used to running past carts to protect against robbery.

 

This breed measures between 19 and 24 inches and has a short, smooth coat. Interestingly, Dalmatian puppies are born completely white and begin to develop spots around the age of 3. This dog was featured in the Walt Disney film 101 Dalmatians.

 

5. Jack russell terrier - 38 miles per hour

A running Jack Russell Terrier.

Jack Russell Terrier is a small, robust and extremely energetic breed for dogs. It is the 4th fastest dog in the world and can run up to 38 miles per hour. The modern version of this breed can be traced back to 1795, when fox hunters in England expressed the need for a completely white dog that could be easily distinguished from the game. Its alley is the now-defunct English White Terrier.

 

Jack Russell stands at 10 to 15 inches and weighs between 14 and 18 pounds. Its color is mostly white, with brown markings and its layer comes in 2 variations: short and smooth or long and hard.

 

4. Vizsla - 40 miles per hour

Vizsla dogs came from Hungary.

Vizsla, which reaches speeds of 40 miles per hour, shares 3rd place with the Afghan dog in the list of fastest dog breeds. This breed originates in Hungary, where it is known for protective instincts, pointer-retriever hunting skills and a high level of energy.

 

The Vizsla is a weak but muscular dog that measures between 21 and 25 inches in height. It can weigh 40 and 66 kilograms and is considered a medium-sized breed. In addition, it is reddish-brown to copper-like.

 

3. Afghan Hound - 40 miles per hour

An Afghan dog.

The Afghan employee ranks 3rd for speeds of up to 40 miles per hour. It is considered a basal race, meaning its DNA is less mixed than more modern races. The Afghan hound is most closely related to Saluki. This breed was bred in Afghanistan, where it was bred specifically to withstand the low temperatures of high mountain altitudes.

 

This dog is easily recognized by its long, fine coat and curved section at the end of its tail. It grows between 24 and 29 inches at shoulder height and can weigh anywhere from 44 to 60 kilograms. This breed can come in any color and many Afghan dogs are known to have a black face, regardless of body color.

 

2. Saluki - 42 miles per hour

Saluki dogs.

The fastest 2nd dog in the world is the Saluki, which can reach speeds of up to 42 miles per hour. Some experts even believe that Saluki can support high speeds for longer distances than Greyhound. Images of Saluki have been found on ancient Egyptian tombs dating back to 2134 BC. This breed is a bird and has historically hunted gazelles, foxes and rabbits.

 

Saluki measures 23 to 28 inches in height and weighs between 40 and 60 kilograms. It appears in several different colors, from white to red and black to bronze. This breed of dog has 2 distinct types of fur: short, smooth fur and long, wavy fur.

 

1. Greyhound - 45 miles per hour

A greyhound goes to the beach.

The fastest dog in the world is the Greyhound, which can reach speeds of up to 45 miles per hour. It is believed that the origin of this breed can be traced back to the ancient Celts of Eastern Europe. Since then, it has been bred specifically as a cat and used for hunting, game hunting, and racing.

 

The greyhound is between 27 and 30 inches at shoulder height and weighs between 60 and 88 kilograms. This breed of dog can appear around 30 colors and is recognized by its long, thin appearance, thick neck and long head.

 

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