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These skinny sighthounds came from Afghanistan and were initially bred to hunt prey by relying on their speed and agility.
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These adorable-looking dogs come from 19th Century England. Like some other breeds on the list, they were generally good at hunting, being used to catch and prey on smaller creatures.
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The Alaskan Malamute is a wolf-dog breed that, unsurprisingly, shares the same high prey drive and stalking tendency as its wolf ancestors.
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Australian Terriers are small, charming, spirited little pooches with a distinctive appearance, almost reminiscent of a Yorkie.
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Although their loose skin and slightly droopy face look endearing (and adorable, let’s be honest), they are still more than capable of using their high prey drive.
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