Previously prized by Egyptian pharaohs, can reach speeds of up to 43 mph! Are independent and catlike, benefits from constant socialisation and training.
Famed for superb hunting abilities, has a top speed of 40 miles per hour. This independent puppy requires frequent grooming and training.
. The Hungarian Vizsla is not as well-known as other fast breeds, but she can achieve speeds of up to 40 mph! Her favourite spot is just at your side.
Whippets are mid-sized lovebugs who excel in quick acceleration, setting dog competition records of up to 35 mph, also affectionate and cuddly friends.
Dalmatians can run at speeds of up to 35 miles per hour. They're high-energy but low-key, and make wonderful therapy dogs.
The Jack Russell terrier, famed for its vigour and determination, is the fastest of the Russell terriers, clocking in at 30-35 mph.
Greyhounds are fast—up to 45 mph—and can maintain that speed for up to 7 miles, nice with children and make great family dogs.
World's smartest dog breed, the border collie! This herding genius can memorise bus routes and achieve astonishing things while travelling at 30 mph.
Borzoi: tall and swift, reaching speeds of up to 35 mph! Previously a Russian wolfhound, he is now a polite and affectionate friend.