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They have an athletic build and can run up to 32 mph. They also enjoy vigorous, daily workouts as well as stimulating mental challenges. They can run between five and seven miles an hour in one go.
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German Shepherds were developed by Max von Stephanitz in 1899 for herding and guarding sheep. These working dogs are fast sprinters and can run up to 30 mph.
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They were bred as herding dogs, which required them to be fast and nimble. Like other working dogs, they love to run at top speed, which is up to 30 mph.
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Despite their big frame, their athletic and muscular body can run at a fast pace, reaching speeds up to 30 mph. However, they lack stamina and aren’t very good at running long distances.
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These spunky pups are often called the ‘fastest, smallest breed of dog.’ They have sturdy, compact, and muscular bodies and can run up to 30 mph.
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