The Azawakh is a West African sighthound known for its agile and feline-like gait. They are timid by nature but are gentle and affectionate once they get to know you. Azawakhs are quick, with an upright double suspension gallop. They were originally bred to be protectors of livestock and are said to have an intense bond with their owners.

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