Top 10 African Dog Breeds Used To Hunt
1. Abyssinian Sand Terrier
The Abyssinian Sand Terriers are very strong and intelligent they love to play with children. They are fearless and very loyal dog breed
This breed is thought to have evolved organically, and these canines and people have lived peacefully side by side for decades in South African villages.
3. African Wild Dog
The name is still very appropriate considering that the African Wild Dog only exists in the wild. They are not pets since they are not domesticated.
As a result of their heritage as guard dogs, Aidis become devoted and obedient family pets. They are naturally trained to survive in wid
In the Sahara Desert, the Azawakh has long been employed as a hunter and watchdog. They are devoted family dogs and wonderful friends.
The Basenji is a lively and active canine. They enjoy pursuing, observing, and fetching. The Basenji is an unusual breed because it does not bark and can climb pretty well.
The Boerboel is a huge guard dog with a sweet and lively temperament that makes them excellent family pets.
8. Chinese Crested Dog
Despite their moniker, these dogs are actually African in origin and not Chinese. Actually, the African Hairless Terriers were their original moniker.
9. Coton de Tulear
The Coton de Tulear is an excellent, laid-back, and amiable pet. They enjoy social interactions and get along with other animals.
Despite being bred originally as hunting dogs, they are today successful in agility and other dog sports. Despite their speed, greyhounds become peaceful, quiet pets.