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gazehound

a sight-hunting hound such as the Greyhound.
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The singular case of unknown nomination pattern in Greyhound--the word which 1) refers both to a separate breed of sighthounds which has developed in the territory of Britain and is known nowadays as Greyhound, 2) is used as a synonym of a sighthound in general in some cases (as in Polish Greyhound, Hungarian Greyhound, Spanish Greyhound (FCI 2016).
Part of a group known as sighthounds, Greyhounds are unique dogs in that they have health needs specific to their breed, including issues related to thyroid, excessive bleeding and dental disease.
Some data reported for sighthound breeds from various countries is given in Table 1.
Tai and his breed belong to a class of dogs called "sighthounds," and sighthounds like to chase things the way that rock stars like to break them.
Due to the wide open terrain of the Southern African veldt, coupled with the habits of the game being hunted and the techniques required, the Ridgeback was developed as a silent trailer, characteristic of its sighthound ancestry.
Poke around Youtube and you can find videos of Sighthound lure coursing; they actually lay their entire forearms perpendicular to the ground when redirecting their momentum.
WE ARE the Coventry Greyhound Group, and we are made up of people from across the Coventry and Warwickshire area who own, or promote ownership of, ex-racing greyhounds and other sighthound breeds.
People often think lurchers, who are usually a cross between a sighthound breed such as a greyhound, and a collie or terrier, need more exercise than many dogs.
Jasper is looking for a permanent home where his owners can understand him and the breed traits of a sighthound as he will need to be the only pet in the home and wear a lead and muzzle when on a walk.
Of all the kinds of dog lovers out there, sighthound owners arguably get the most flak for their super-thin charges, even though they have been bred for millennia to have spare, aerodynamic frames.
Lure-coursing trials are simulated rabbit hunts where the "bunny" is actually a white plastic bag run on a pulley system powered by a motor, and are open only to Sighthound breeds such as Salukis and Whippets.