Afghan hound


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tall graceful breed of hound with a long silky coat

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It's a very independent dog," McGreevy who has owned and bred afghan hounds since 1975, said.
Eddie's younger brother Chris, who also sings with the band when he's not showing his Crufts-winning Afghan hounds, will spend January in Dubai.
Afghan Hound Club of Scotland open show, National Equestrian Centre, Ecclesmachan, 10am and 1pm.
If you want to carry the Afghan hound around in this motor then forget it, but even so the boot is decent for its class and the rear seats fold for extra space.
Sabina was a recently divorced and unemployed mother of three back in 1977, when her Afghan hound ran away and changed her life.
She later bought an Afghan hound and named it after the Branwen character.
An Afghan hound called Snuppy has been named as the first dog to be cloned by scientists.
An afghan hound called Snuppy was named yesterday as the first dog to be cloned by scientists.
THE Romford Greyhound OwnersO Association stage its annual charity race-meeting at Romford on Saturday, with a popular Afghan hound race one of the novelty events through the evening.
The Caravan England looks like a place that is barking mad ( almost literally in the photo of the Afghan hound from Sheffield whose owners habitually dress it in a shell suit.
People called me an Afghan hound who used spoiling tactics and ran round like a loony and when it started getting personal it hurt me and my family.
Afghan Hound Club of Scotland's open show, Camperdown Country Park, Dundee, 11.
They were representing the county of Flintshire before boundary changes; Right: Bangors Ysgol Friars wind, string and soloists sections in Barry on June 7 1977; Below: Teachers Eurwen Hughes and Wil Davies with the under-15s dance party from Ysgol Dolwyddelan in the Conwy Valley; Recitation winner Carys Armstrong of Llanfairpwll, Anglesey, is joined in a winning smile by her Afghan hound Bruno on June 4 1978 at the Urdd in the Royal Welsh Showground, Builth Wells; Above: Mold's Ysgol Maes Garmon head teacher Elwyn Evans congratulates pupils on their success in the literature and science section in Llanrwst on June 6 1968.
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