Afghan Greyhound - Pg.2 ❤️

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Afghan Hound. History: The Afghan Hound is a very ancient breed. The progenitor of this breed probably came from Central Asia together with the Indo-Europeans, who formed a kingdom, Bactria, in the northern regions of present-day Afghanistan. In the following years, the Indo-Europeans migrated to the current Iranian region, in fact their greyhound was also called “Tazi”, which means “Arabic”. Dogs closely resembling this, were portrayed in graffiti dating back to 2.000 BC and were mentioned in an even older Egyptian papyrus. Legend has it that even on Noah's ark there were two specimens. The breed was conceived as a hunting dog, but today it is exclusively a companion and show dog. General Appearance: The Afghan Hound gives the impression of strength and dignity, combining speed and power. The head has a proud bearing, the slender and muscular build is made for running. Because of their particular character these dogs might be considered "snobs" instead they simply have a reserved temperament.

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