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Also an incredible guard dog, German Shepherds aren’t known for giving up. In fact, they are vigilant dogs with a high level of intelligence that is only rivaled by their speed and of course, physical beauty. Also a working dog, the German Shepherd is agile, muscular, and generally, big. This loyal giant can run at about 30 mph, too, so you wouldn’t want to be chased by this breed, famously known as police and military dogs.
16. Standard Poodle
You may not have guessed it, but the Standard Poodle isn’t just pretty to look at. Sure, poodles may have some overwhelming curls, but like the Afghan Hound, the Poodle’s looks shouldn’t take away from its athletic capabilities. Standard Poodles have been known to run at a fast pace—up to 30 mph. After all, Poodles were originally duck hunters.
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17. Australian Shepherd
Australian Shepherds do the same job as the Border Collie: protect and herd. These working dogs need daily exercise to get all their energy out, and can do so at speeds of up to 30 mph.
18. Great Dane
Known for their great height—approximately 32 inches from the ground to the shoulder—the speed of Great Danes is often overlooked. But it shouldn’t be. Able to sprint with the best of them, the Great Dane can reach 30 mph even despite their weights being upwards of 150 pounds!
19. Italian Greyhound
The Italian Greyhound may be significantly smaller than his other Greyhound friends, but he’s speedy quick! When running, Italian Greyhounds—also affectionately called “Iggys”—kick the dust up behind them at 30 mph. But when not exercising, these small pups are known for curling up on the couch.
20. German Shorthaired Pointers
A sporting breed that dates back to the 17th century, German Shorthaired Pointers are hunting dogs known for their unique spotted coats. Reaching about 30 mph when in pursuit, Germain Shorthaired Pointers also interact well with other dogs and humans, making them affectionate family pets.
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