Pharaoh hound

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Pharaoh hound

a medium-sized, lean, graceful dog with broad-based, erect ears and a long, thin tail. The coat is very short and fine, colored tan with white markings with a white tip on the tail and spot on the chest ('star').
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For the fifth year in a row, the winning team in the Mellon Relay competition was the Pittsburgh Pharaoh Hounds.
Two Eugene dog owners have hired spotter planes to search the open spaces of Washington's Lewis County for any sign of two missing Pharaoh Hounds.
Pharaoh Hounds Club of America search coordinator Kim Grega said the dogs were spotted later Sunday morning near Spiffy's Restaurant in Napavine near the U.
Tai earned that title from the American Sighthound Field Association after besting 116 pharaoh hounds in competition last year.
Pharaoh hounds, one of the oldest known domesticated dogs, originated in Egypt and were depicted in temples dating to 4400 B.