Research indicates that dingoes might be the world's oldest breed of dog. This wild dog is found in Australia and Thailand and is highly intelligent. More »

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The American Dingo is commonly referred to as the Carolina Dog. This dog is very primitive and shares many traits and characteristics with truly wild dogs. More »

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Dingo puppies are immature dingoes. Dingoes are wild dogs generally associated with Australia, but they also live in Southeast Asia, where they likely originated, according to National Geographic. More »

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Dingo puppies are immature dingoes. Dingoes are wild dogs generally associated with Australia, but they also live in Southeast Asia, where they likely originated, according to National Geographic. More »

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The world's biggest breed of dog is the Great Dane. As of 2015, a Great Dane named Zeus, who stands 44 inches high at the shoulders, holds the world record for largest dog. More »

The Greyhound is the fastest breed of dog in the world. The Greyhound has been known to reach speeds of up to 45 miles per hour. Other dogs that rank about as fast as a Greyhound include Whippets, Vizlas, Weimaraners, Sa... More »

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The fastest dog breed in the world is the greyhound. Greyhound dogs can reach speeds up to 45 miles per hour with unsubstantiated reports of exceptional greyhounds reaching more than 50 miles per hour. More »