Saluki

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old breed of tall swift keen-eyed hunting dogs resembling greyhounds

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Contraintes Les prix eleves des medicaments et des vaccins sur le marche national constituent un facteur de decouragement pour l'elevage de cet animal qui se distingue par son elegance et sa rapidite, a-t-on indique, en rappelant que son elevage reste lie a des metiers dont la pratique de l'elevage des moutons, la chasse, sachant que le sloughi accompagne les activites de la cavalerie et necessite des dressage des les premiers mois.
En effet cette province est consideree comme le berceau du sloughi.
The Afghan Hound (Afghanistan), Arabian Greyhound (Morocco), Galgo Espanol (Spain), Kyrgyz Taigan (Kyrgyzstan), Pharaoh Hound (Malta), Rampur Greyhound (India), Saluki, Sloughi (Middle East), Tuareg Greyhound (Western Sahel), and Turkish Tazi (Turkey) are moderate in size and weight.
These include the Arabian breed (one to three years), Bahraini breed camels (over three years), dairy cattle (Jersey, Holstein-Friesian), falcons (Horr, Shaheen and Jeer aged over one year), pigeons (Abu Futa, Al Bukhari, Al Darabeel, and Al Shamsi, aged over one year) and Arabian Sloughi greyhound (aged one to five years).
In this respect the evolution of the Arabian greyhounds, including the ancient Egyptian greyhound, the Saluqi and the Sloughi, paralleled that of the Arabian horse.
The American hairless terrier, the pumi and the sloughi will all compete for the first time in the famous competition, which will take place at New York City's Madison Square Garden on Feb.
Prennent part egalement a cette manifestation organisee en partenariat avec la Federation Royale marocaine des chasses traditionnelles, le Centre national de la sauvegarde et de la protection du sloughi, en coordination avec le ministere de l'agriculture et le Haut-Commissariat aux eaux et forets et a la lutte contre la desertification, des associations de la chasse traditionnelle issues des differentes regions et tribus du Maroc, telles que Chiadma, Chaouia, Casablanca, Meknes, Oulad Dlim, Deroua, El Gara (province de Settat), Mnabha, Kelaat des Sraghna.