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  • n. Plural form of sighthound.


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  • There is a guy that hunts falcons and sighthounds together, so hey ...

    Holy Grails

  • I know "poachers" in England who hunted legally with their sighthounds until England banned hunting with dogs -- ar they wrong to continue?

    Populist Poachers?

  • LOL, apparently there's going to be a lot of sighthounds living in well decorated homes some day :

    Dog on a chair

  • All sighthounds, no matter how well-trained, would rather chase a small moving animal into traffic than come when called.

    Dog on a chair

  • I'd like to clarify for those readers who will find my comments and maybe Steve's about the supremacy of hunting in evaluating sighthounds as snobbish.

    Bully Whippets

  • So never before in the sighthounds has there been an attempt to breed for speed alone as an abstract trait, and as measured by a mechanical device.

    Bully Whippets

  • I live with sighthounds – the Elizabeth Marshall Thomas notion of walking free, me and mine, or me setting mine off on their own to explore Boston as hers did or The Wilds -- NOT IN MY WILDEST DREAMS!

    New Dog Book

  • Curiously, my sighthounds are generally better natural retrievers than my spaniels were!

    Working Like a Dog

  • I've always been fascinated by sighthounds, even though coursing has never been very popular in Sweden, and has been banned for a looong time over here at least since 1969, just like falconry...

    Chinese Tazi Art

  • The building and handling of this unique pack made of bloodhounds, sighthounds, terriers, pitbulls and a Great Dane! makes for the meat of the story and amounts to a lifetime accomplishment greater than most of us will ever claim.

    Meet Mr. Grizzly


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