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Breeds

Saluki


Saluki The Saluki breed is one of the most ancient breeds known to man. It is a sighthound, a type of hound that tracks and pursues its game by sight rather than scent. The Saluki's Behavior Source: Wikipedia. Recommended for: pet, hunting dog The Saluki dog breed has the traits of any hunting hound. Salukis are quick learners but they do not like repetitive training. To this end, it is best that sessions are quick and varied to guarantee their interest in training. Though they require training, they behave quietly when indoors. There are times when they want to be left alone so they could rest and that should be respected. They will not bark but "sing" to let it be known that they have been left alone too long or when there is something wrong. When they feel sociable they get along well with children. Remember that breed only provides a general clue as to any individual dog's actual behavior. Make sure to get to know dogs well before bringing them into your home. The Saluki's Physical Characteristics Here are some of the characteristics of the Saluki breed as determined by the American Kennel Club's published breed standard.

  • Size: 23 - 28 inches
  • Coat: smooth, soft, silky
  • Color: white, cream, fawn, golden, red, grizzle and tan, tricolor, black and tan
  • Eyes: dark to hazel, large, oval
  • Ears: long, silky-haired, hanging close to skull
  • Nose: nose
  • Tail: long, set low, not bushy, carried in a curve

The Saluki's Origins and History Source: Wikipedia. Country/Region of Origin: Middle East Original purpose: hunting gazelle and hare in the desert Name: also known as Arabian Hound, Gazelle Hound, Persian Greyhound, and Persian Sighthound. Historical notes: Saluki dogs were greatly valued by their Arab owners. They would often sleep with their owners to spare them the extremities of the desert climate. They would often hunt in groups to take down their game. They were not mated with other breeds, in order to guarantee their purity.

 

 

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