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 Border Collie Border Collies are intelligent, energetic, and loyal to their owners. Their top speed is 30 kmph. They are usually domesticated to take care of sheep herds on a farm.

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German Shepherd German Shepherds are highly energetic and social dogs. They are generally domesticated to give protection from enemies, like a guard dog. They can run at a speed of 30-35 kph.

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Siberian Husky Siberian Huskies originated from Siberia, Russia. They are the ancestors of the Wolves as they transit the same gene pool in which the Wolves occur. Their top speed is 35 kph.

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Afghan Hound Afghan Hounds have a strong prey instinct. They used to chase down small animals, which leads to injuring or killing them. Their top speed is about 38 kph.

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Jack Russell Terrier Jack Russell Terriers are one of the strongest and most dangerous dog breeds. Their bite force can tear human muscles easily. They can run up to the speed of 40 kph.

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Dalmatian Dalmatians are cool, energetic, friendly nature dog breeds. They have various spots on their body that give them an attractive look. They can also run at the speed of 40 kph.

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Doberman Pinscher The Doberman Pinscher has long been used for police dogs because of their ability to chase down a criminal with speed and agility. Their top speed calculated is 42 kph.

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Borzoi The Borzoi is also great domestic pets despite their history as hunting dogs. At their fastest, they can run up to the speed of 50 kph.

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Saluki The Saluki is an ancient breed of dog that is thought to be originated in 7,000 BC. They are long-legged and deep-chested. They can run up to the speed of 60 kph.

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Greyhound The Greyhound's tall, slender body was specially bred for dog racing, making this breed the fastest among all the dog breeds in the world. They can run a top speed of 65-70 kph.