Short legs, long ears, tail, body, and nose that describes the Dachshund, a famous dog breed known for its cuteness and friendliness.
Only four states in the United States still allow greyhound racing, and today these dogs are far happier and healthier as household pets.
Salukis, long, tall, sleek dogs, still have a strong predatory instinct from chasing and killing foxes and gazelles.
Slick Whippets were designed to hunt rabbits and other fast-moving prey like other sighthounds.
These smart canines need constant training and excitement and a "alpha dog" owner.
There's no dog with a bigger nose than the bull terrier. The egg-shaped head, long, arched nose, and compact, muscular physique distinguish these eccentric dogs.
Airedale Terriers are smart, active, and need puzzle toys and constant training like working dogs.
Afghan hounds have been present for thousands of years, making them one of the oldest dog breeds in existence.
The Borzoi is a silky-coated, quick-footed sighthound that was developed in Czarist Russia for pursuing foxes, wolves, and other elusive animals.