Fastest Dog Breeds: 32 Fastest Dogs In The World

We all know dogs are our best friends, but when it comes to speed, they’re not all created equal.

We compiled a list of the top 32 fastest dog breeds in the world, ranked according to their top speed.

This will give you a better idea of which furry friend will be the best fit to keep up on your next Saturday afternoon bike ride or dog racing tournament.

So, if you’re looking for a medium/large, but energetic dog to keep up with your hectic lifestyle, or a small dog that can both fit your apartment lifestyle and be down for a run, there’s an option for you.

Top 10 Fastest Dog Breeds in the World Ranked

Dog BreedTop Speed (mph)Weight (lbs)Height (in)
Greyhound4557 – 8827 – 30
Saluki4240 – 6023 – 28
Afghan Hound4044 – 6024 – 29
Vizsla4040 – 6621 – 25
Ibizan Hound4045 – 6524 – 28
Dalmatian3745 – 7019 – 24
Borzoi3660 – 10527 – 33
Pharaoh Hound3540 – 6021 – 25
Weimaraner3555 – 8823 – 26
Whippet3525 – 4018 – 22

The Fastest Dogs in the World

1. Greyhound Speed: 45 mph

A Greyhound Coursing
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Faster than the standard racehorse, it may come as no surprise that the fastest dog breed in the world is the Greyhound.

They may strike a resemblance to the Saluki or Afghan Hound, but these dogs have a Celtic origin.

Standing about 30 inches tall, their long legs, flexible spine, and muscular frame propel the average Greyhound speed up to 45 miles per hour.

It is no wonder that the breed is known for its spectacular racing capabilities.

The fastest dog’s top speed ever recorded is from a Greyhound named Fanta at 50.5 miles per hour!

Fun Fact: Best known for their competitive racing abilities, Greyhounds are gentle, intelligent breeds.

They make great dogs for families with the time, patience, and space to keep them happy.

If you’re an experienced dog owner interested in Greyhounds, consider adopting one. They are usually retired racings dogs looking for their forever families.

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2. Saluki Speed: 42 mph

Saluki Dog Running at Park
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This dog is all legs. Known for their long legs, slim frame, and thin face, ears, and tail, the Saluki is a beautiful ancient breed that is fleet of foot.

Not only is a Saluki one of the fastest dogs they are also one of the oldest on record, dating back to Ancient Egyptian times!

They’re also in fierce competition with our first-place winner when it comes to speed.

The Saluki’s speed is a whopping 42 miles per hour, making it the second-fastest dog breeds around.

Fun Facts:

  • When distance is involved, some argue that the Saluki may even beat out a Greyhound.

    Since Salukis have plenty of stamina they can sustain their speed over longer distances compared to other breeds with the help of padded feet. This trait is unique to the breed and makes them excellent hunting dogs.
  • Salukis are also the mascot of my alma mater Southern Illinois University Carbondale!!

3. Afghan Hound Speed: 40 mph

Afghan Hound Running on Snow
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Talk about great hair! The Afghan Hound is one of the most striking on this list when it comes to appearance.

Known for their signature long, silky coat, this breed also has a distinct dark, long snout, and long legs.

Tall and thin, the Afghan hound stands at 29 inches and weighs around 60 pounds.

With a graceful stature that makes them incredibly fast, Afghan Hound’s speed reaches an impressive 40 miles per hour.

Fun Fact: This beautiful breed was a favorite with famed painter Pablo Picasso!

Picasso’s Afghan Hound named Kabul appeared in many of his paintings and served as inspiration for many of his pieces.

4. Vizsla Speed: 40 mph

Running Hungarian Vizsla Dog in Bush
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Dating back to 1357, the Vizslas origins can be traced to Hungary.

Another excellent athletic hunting breed, Vizslas are known for their beautiful golden rust smooth coat and tons of stamina.

Standing around 24 inches tall at the shoulder, Vizslas have a slightly muscular build.

Vizslas are one of the fastest dogs reaching speeds of 40 miles per hour and making for a great running partner. If you can keep up that is!

Fun Fact: Vizslas almost faced extinction! After World War II, it was thought that only about a dozen purebreds were left in existence.

Since then, their numbers have recovered and they are adored by owners all over the world.

5. Ibizan Hound Speed: 40 mph

Ibizan Hound Pup Taking a Long Leap
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The Ibizan Hound speed can max up to 40 miles per hour. They are excellent hunting dogs, although females have a reputation of being better at the job.

Standing around 25 inches tall and weighing 50 pounds, they have a deer-like elegance while running.

They are quickly identifiable by their large, upright ears.

Just don’t lose sight of them! Ibizan Hounds are true sighthounds, and once they’re off after something, it may be hard to reign them back in.

Fun Fact: Ibizan Hounds hail from the Spanish island of Ibiza where they were bred to hunt rabbits.

The breed was thought to have been brought to the island by Phoenician traders, who needed them to gather food on the otherwise scarce terrain.

6. Dalmatian Speed: 37 mph

Close Up Dalmatian Dog Running with Ball in Mouth
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One of the most recognizable breeds, Dalmatians have achieved an iconic status in popular culture.

In movies and TVs, this adorable breed has held its own.

But despite their star persona, Dalmatians are good family dogs with boundless energy and loyal to their owners.

The Dalmatian’s speed of 37 miles per hour may turn those familiar spots into a blur.

Fun Fact: For a long time, Dalmatians were known as “Carriage Dogs”. This led to their prevalent association with being the official dogs of firehouses!

Back in the day, Dalmatians would run alongside fire wagons, keeping the path clear.

Their speed came in handy, as they needed to outpace the horses and the image has stuck ever since!

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7. Borzoi Speed: 36 mph

Adorable Borzoi in the Field
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Otherwise known as the Russian Wolfhound, this fast dog breed is one of the more unique-looking pups on our list.

Some find the Russian Wolfhound a little funny-looking with long legs, a slender body, a narrow head, a pointed long snout, and a curly coat.

They’re also tall, standing almost as tall as a Great Dane at their shoulder, right around 30 inches.

Their slender build gives them an aerodynamic advantage as the Borzoi’s speed can get up to 36 miles per hour.

Fun Fact: Borzois are sighthounds and for good reason! They have an incredible field of vision.

Their front placed, almond-shaped eyes give them a nearly 270-degree field of vision.

8. Pharaoh Hound Speed: 35 mph

Close up Pharaoh Hound Running on Field
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The Pharaoh Hound is a fascinating breed to look at.

They are named for their resemblance to the Tesem, a dog said to have been bred in Ancient Egypt.

With their long ears, and lean, muscular build, they look almost as agile as they are.

The Pharaoh Hound’s speed maxes out at 35 miles per hour and they are great at hunting in pairs.

One dog will act as a herder and the other in tandem to lead the chase.

They stand around 24 inches tall and weigh an average of 50 lbs.

Fun Fact: Despite their name, Pharaoh Hounds do not hail from Egypt.

Rather, they are the national dog of Malta, the country from which they originate.

9. Weimaraner Speed: 35 mph

Weimaraner Running on Grass
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Weimaraners were originally bred as hunting dogs for royalty.

Standing about 25 inches at the shoulder and weighing an average of 70 pounds, they’re not small either.

You can spot a Weimaraner for its beautiful silvery-blue smooth coat. Another unique feature is their light eyes, which range in color from an icy blue to light amber.

Weimaraners make excellent companions for active families and even better hunting and running partners, two sports where their speed and stamina shine.

The Weimaraner’s speed can reach up to 35 miles per hour.

Fun Fact: Weimaraner’s skilled pointer skills led to them being selected as missile hunting dogs during the Cold War.

Missiles were often covered in squalene, an oil found in shark liver, which allowed the dog’s keen noses to detect them.

10. Whippet Speed: 35 mph

Whippet Dog Sprinting at Park
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Dubbed the fastest accelerating dog in the world, the Whippet’s speed averages at 35 miles per hour. It’s no wonder they’re our number one slot for the fastest mid-sized breed.

Despite its racing background, the Whippet spends most of its non-exercise time on the couch, making this breed suitable for apartment living despite its running abilities.

Whippets are generally quiet and sensitive breeds, with gentle dispositions and high intelligence.

Fun Fact: The name Whippet originated from the English phrase “whip-it” which means to go fast, a fitting name for this speedy breed.

11. Jack Russell Terrier Speed: 35 mph

Jack Russell Terrier on the Run
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One of the most impressive dogs on all our list, the Jack Russell Terriers may be small, but they are mighty.

Averaging 15 pounds, Jack Russell Terrier’s speed averages 35 miles per hour, and they can jump nearly five feet in the air.

This, combined with being intelligent and having a bold personality, makes them the first choice for agility competitions and active owners.

Jack Russells are not meant for pushover owners, as their cleverness combined with their speed make them mischievous if not trained correctly.

Fun Fact: Due to their stamina and go-getter attitudes, Jack Russell Terriers are favorite travel and exploring companions for many.

In 1982, one Jack Russell named “Bothy” became the first dog to visit both the North and South Pole!

12. German Pinscher Speed: 33 mph

German Pinscher at the Park
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The German Pinscher has a muscular and compact frame, hitting knee level with most adults.

This striking breed is alert and confident and is unlikely to shy away from strangers or other dogs, making it a great watchdog.

Perhaps most notable about this breed is its top speed.

At full exertion, coupled with its athletic physique, the German Pinscher’s speed averages at 33 miles per hour.

Fun Fact: The German Pinscher is one of Germany’s oldest breeds and is the original “prototype” pinscher, from which the popular Doberman and Miniature Pinscher both take their names!

13. Doberman Pinscher Speed: 32 mph

Brown and Tan Doberman Pinscher Running Outdoors
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With graceful steps that could make you stare with much amusement, the Doberman Pinscher has effectively mastered the art of graceful walks without sacrificing their intimidating looks.

Despite their aggressive looks, Dobermans are known to socialize well when properly trained, and they inspire wonders by their intelligence.

Often considered as a great guard dog with an incredible athletic build that helps them run fast to cover short distances, the Doberman’s speed averages at 32 miles per hour.

Fun Facts:

  • They are very courageous as seen in the action of Kurt, a Doberman who ran ahead of soldiers to warn them of incoming enemy troops.

    Kurt was killed by an enemy grenade in the WWII Battle of Guam after saving the lives of countless troops. 

    His remains lies at the United States Marine Corps War Dog Cemetery, the first dog to ever be bestowed such honor.
  • The Doberman was first bred in the 1880s by a tax collector, Karl Friedrich Louis Dobermann, for the purpose of protection. 

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14. Great Dane Speed: 30 mph

Great Dane Dog Running on Field
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Go big or go home is this dog’s motto. Topping out at around 180 pounds, the Great Dane is the largest dog on our list of the fastest dog breeds.

Standing at around 32 inches ground to shoulder, on their hind legs the Great Dane is taller than most adults.

You may assume this impressive stature would translate to incredible speed as well.

You would be right. Sort of…

While Great Danes are faster than a lot of dogs around, they pale in comparison to some of our top contenders.

At their fastest, the Great Dane’s speed is around 30 miles per hour, which is pretty impressive.

If you’re on the hunt for a dog that can see over the kitchen counter, this is the breed for you.

Fun Fact: Great Danes were once thought to scare off evil spirits and ghosts.

This may be the reason everyone’s favorite monster hunting dog, Scooby-Doo, was chosen to be a Great Dane!

15. Poodle Speed: 30 mph

Chocolate Standard Poodle Running on Grass
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Coming in three sizes – Standard, Miniature, and Toy – the Poodle can find its way into each of our size categories.

Highly recognized for their appearances in show competitions and flamboyant grooming, the Poodle is also an intelligent dog breed.

With incredible athletic capabilities, they love to run, making the Poodle’s speed reach up to 30 miles per hour.

Poodles are versatile dogs, doing well as family companions and in the show circuit.

Fun Fact: Ever wondered where the Poodle’s standard grooming comes from? In the breed’s early years, the grooming served a practical purpose.

Hunters would shave the dog to increase their mobility.

They would leave parts of their anatomy, such as the head, chest, and leg joints unshaven to protect them from the cold.

16. German Shepherd Speed: 30 mph

Black and Tan German Shepherd Dog on a Chase
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One of the most popular dog breeds in the world, the German Shepherd’s addition to this list comes as no surprise.

With great agility and strides that make them run fast, the German Shepherd’s speed can reach an impressive 30 miles per hour.

Their speed and fast reflexes make them perfect canines for protection and dog sniffing.

The downside to the amazing abilities of the breed is the fact that unscrupulous breeding practices have led to a high occurrence of hereditary diseases such as hip dysplasia.

Fun Fact: The versatility of the German Shepherd knows no bounds. In Finland, German Shepherds are being adopted in sniffing people with Covid-19. 

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17. Australian Shepherd Speed: 30 mph

Australian Shepherd Chasing Ball
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Like the Border Collie, Australian Shepherds are an athletic breed known for their agility and alertness.

Distinctive for their long, beautiful coats, they need regular grooming to prevent excessive shedding in the home.

These are working dogs and demand lots of exercise to prevent potential conflicts with behavior and training but are loyal companions.

Quick and agile, the Australian Shepherd’s speed reaches an average of 30 miles per hour.

Fun Fact: Love throwing the frisbee or have an active lifestyle? This may be the dog for you!

Due to the Australian Shepherd’s blend of quick pace, coordination, and sharpness, they are great candidates for agility sports including frisbee and flyball.

18. Border Collie Speed: 30 mph

Border Collie Running on Snow
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Known for their speed and their intelligence, Border Collies are not only one of the smartest but also among the fastest dog breeds around.

A herding breed, with a compact and athletic body that makes it excel in running and agility sports, the Border Collie’s speed averages around 30 miles per hour.

Prospective owners beware… though these dogs are highly intelligent, they are fast to get into everything.

Before adopting a Border Collie consider whether you have the time and patience to train and exercise your new furry friend.

Fun Fact: Border Collies get their name from the region in which they were bred, on the border of Scotland and England.

19. German Shorthaired Pointer Speed: 30 mph

German Shorthaired Pointer Sprinting Near Lake
Photo by WilleeCole Photography

This Sporting breed was created in Germany during the 17th century and has long life spans of 12 to 15 years.

German Shorthaired Pointers have a short, waterproof coat and a great temperament, making them an easy choice for families and people who have other dogs.

However, their strong prey drives make them less suitable for individuals with small animals.

With the German Shorthaired Pointer Speed averaging at 30 miles per hour, they are great hunting dogs for a reason.

Fun Fact: Although bred in Germany, the German Shorthaired Pointer is the 19th most popular dog breed in the United States.

This makes it a more common breed in the USA than in its homeland.

20. Siberian Husky Speed: 30 mph

Running Siberian Husky on Sled Racing
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Huskies were born and bred to run featuring an incredible endurance and ability to thrive in cold climates.

With a thick double coat and almond-shaped eyes, the Siberian Husky is perfect for the snow.

They are even known to wrap their thick tails up around their snouts to keep them warm while they sleep.

The Siberian Husky’s speed reaches an average of 30 miles per hour, which should come as no surprise as these sled dogs are fast runners with remarkable endurance levels.

Fun Fact: Huskies have a remarkable ability to run long distances without tiring.

This is due in large part to their incredible ability to regulate their metabolism, which is still being researched today.

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21. Italian Greyhound Speed: 30 mph

Italian Greyhound on a Chase
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The Italian Greyhound’s speed can reach an average of 30 miles per hour.

But, if you are seeking a dog that can relax, this small breed is a couch potato outside of their regular exercise.

Affectionately called “Iggy”, the Italian Greyhound’s bond is intense with their owners.

They also enjoy having other dogs in the house for companionship.

Fun Facts:

  • The Italian Greyhound is a sighthound and is the smallest variation in the hound family, weighing between 8 and 18 pounds.
  • Due to their high metabolism, it is rare to see an overweight Italian Greyhound.

22. Pitbull Speed: 27 mph

Pitbull Playing with Ball on Grass
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A dog with a long reputation, the American Pitbull Terrier is one of the most controversial and talked about breeds around.

Perhaps one of the most interesting facts about the Pitbull is that this “breed” may not be a breed at all.

In fact, “Pit Bull” is a grouping used to include three breeds: American Staffordshire Terriers, American Pitbull Terriers, and other Pit mixes.

Long stereotyped as aggressive fighting dogs, more and more people are giving these intelligent and athletic dogs good homes and proper training.

Pitbulls come in a wide range of colors and sizing, but most are quick and able to run at speeds of up to 27 miles per hour.

Fun Fact: Despite Pitbull’s bad reputation, they are one of the most affectionate breeds of dogs around. They have an intense adoration for people that often earns them a reputation as “velcro dogs”.

The name is given to them since they love to be as close to their owners as often as possible.

Some Pitbull owners say the most aggressive trait about their dog is their aggressive snuggling.

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23. Rat Terrier Speed: 27 mph

Rat Terrier Dog Outdoors
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True to their name, the Rat Terrier was bred for their incredible ratting abilities.

With the Rat Terrier’s top speed averaging 27 miles per hour, it’s no wonder this breed is a prized vermin hunter.

This dog is small but has a muscular frame and square shoulders.

Despite its size, it is bold and has no fear of strangers, but can be somewhat stubborn.

The Rat Terrier is an intelligent breed that is highly trainable and makes a great companion for people of all walks of life.

Fun Fact: This Rat Terrier is native to the United States and it’s said that Teddy Roosevelt was the first to coin the name.

This was after seeing the impressive ratting abilities of his terrier named “Skip”.

24. Basenji Speed: 25 mph

Basenji running on lure coursing competition
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The Basenji is a clever and unique-looking breed originating from the Congo.

Like many of the other fastest dogs on our list, Basenjis were originally bred to hunt vermin and to flush small game toward the hunters.

Speed was important for this task, and the Basenji is incredibly quick, running up to 25 miles per hour.

One of the more energetic dog breeds, a Basenji can adapt quickly to apartment living.

Fun Fact: Known as the “barkless dog” the Basenji is a great choice when noise is a concern. This breed is quiet, although they are certainly not silent.

The Basenji makes their presence known with a variety of other vocalizations from yodels to whimpers.

25. Shiba Inu Speed: 25 mph

Shiba Inu Dog Running on Lure Coursing Competition
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You may recognize the Shiba Inu from its use in popular memes, but there’s more to this dog than comic relief.

This fast dog hails from Japan where it is the most popular breed. But has experienced a surge in popularity in the United States.

Shibas have a bold, confident personality and may even seem a little standoffish.

Sturdy with muscular bodies this fox-like dog is quick. The Shiba Inu’s top speed averages 25 miles per hour.

Fun Fact: Though this breed didn’t make an appearance in the USA until 1954, the Shiba Inu is ancient, hailing back to 300 B.C. in the mountains of Japan.

26. Brittany Spaniel Speed: 25 mph

Brittany Spaniel Playing Fetch with Ball on Dry Grass
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Sweet-natured and intelligent, the Brittany Spaniel is a loyal and easy-to-train breed.

Brittany Spaniels love water and are great swimmers, making the breed a favorite among the hunting and fishing community.

Running up to 25 miles per hour, the Brittany Spaniel needs plenty of daily exercise and is not a great fit for apartment dwellers.

Fun Fact: Historically known as the “Brittany Spaniel”, the name has gone through changes since the ’80s.

In 1986, Spaniel was removed and was simply referred to as “Brittany” in breeding circles and show communities.

27. Icelandic Sheepdog Speed: 22 mph

Icelandic Sheepdog Running on Field
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The Icelandic Sheepdog is as old as the land it is named after, dating back to the 9th century.

Originally bred as a herding dog, this breed was brought to America in the 1950s facing fears of extinction.

An intelligent dog breed, Icelandic Sheepdogs are friendly as well as fast, running at speeds of up to 22 miles per hour.

Provide them with plenty of exercise and stimulation, as a bored Icelandic Sheepdog is likely to cause havoc in your home if ignored.

Fun Fact: The Icelandic Sheepdog is Iceland’s only native breed!

28. Beagle Speed: 20 mph

Beagle Dog Running on Meadow
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With a low-maintenance coat and a friendly disposition, the Beagle makes a great family pet.

Beagles are scent hounds and they like to follow their nose. If they catch wind of something that interests them, they’ll likely be off after it, and hard to stop.

The Beagle running speed can reach up to 20 miles per hour.

They come in a 13-inch size and a 15-inch size, but neither are likely to weigh more than 35 pounds, making them great companion canines for children.

Fun Fact: Beagles are so driven by their nose that some need daily stimulation to prevent them from becoming bored or destructive in the home.

Thankfully, this isn’t too hard. Keeping your Beagle entertained can be as simple as allowing them plenty of sniff time on daily walks.

29. Australian Terrier Speed: 18 mph

Australian Terrier Dog on the Run at Park
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The Australian Terrier has a long, low-lying frame that is typical of other terrier dog breeds.

Originally bred to hunt vermin, this Aussie hails from Australia as its name would suggest.

Though a small breed, Australian Terrier speed can reach an average 18 miles per hour.

They make a great watchdog and are known for being proud and alert.

Fun Fact: Until 1887, this breed was named the rough-haired terrier and was brought to Australia from Great Britain.

After some time it became known as the Australian Terrier, the land in which it was popularized.

30. Boston Terrier Speed: 18 mph

Boston Terrier Active in Dog Run
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Nicknamed “America’s Gentleman,” the Boston Terrier’s coat resembles a tuxedo and comes in a few different color variations.

This breed is small but lively, bred from Sporting and Pit breeds to excel in ratting contests.

How fast can Boston Terriers run?

The Boston Terrier speed tops at an average 18 miles per hour, which is impressive for its small stature.

Fun Fact: The breed is said to have descended from a single dog named “Judge” in 1870 in Boston.

Eventually, the lineage of dogs that followed was named for the city in which they were bred.

31. Papillon Speed: 18 mph

Running Papillon Dog
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Known for their long coat and big ears, the Papillon may be little, but should not be underestimated.

A favorite in show rings and agility competitions, Papillons have endless energy and make great companions for families and singles alike.

The Papillon dog breed can averagely run 18 miles per hour at top speeds. If their exercise needs are met, they are very low-maintenance dogs.

Fun Fact: “Papillon” is the French word for butterfly, a name which refers to the shape of their large ears, resembling butterfly wings.

32. Miniature Pinscher Speed: 15 mph

Black and Brown Miniature Pinscher Running on Road
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The smaller twin to the already mentioned German Pinscher is the Miniature Pinscher.

Affectionately called “Minpins” by owners, this dog is like their bigger look alike in many ways.

High-energy dogs, Miniature Pinschers are always on the go. They may be small but pack a big punch.

Speedy for its size, the Miniature Pinscher can run up to 15 miles per hour. 

They are often able to get enough exercise moving around small spaces like apartments.

Fun Fact: Though similar in name and resemblance to the German Pinscher, this breed is not a miniature version of the larger dog.

Instead, this breed is thought to be a mix of Dachshunds and Italian Greyhounds.

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Commonly Asked Questions

Do dogs run faster than people?

Having four legs, which gives them an advantage, most dogs can run faster than humans.

The Greyhound possess a very specialized aerodynamic body, making it easy for them reach their average top speed of 45 miles per hour; compared to the world’s fastest sprinter, Usain Bolt, whose recorded top speed was 27.33 miles per hour.

Final Thoughts

Hopefully you enjoyed this compilation of the fastest dog breeds in the world.

Don’t Judge a Book By Its Cover!

Whether it’s a 180 pound Great Dane or a 15 pound Jack Russell, dogs of all sizes can reach impressive speeds.

If you’re looking for a dog to accompany you on a morning run or an energetic friend to share your small apartment with, this list has a breed for you!

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Authored By

Ben Pierce

Ben Pierce is a canine behavioral and nutritional specialist, professional dog trainer, and the CEO of Puplore. A former military working dog handler, Ben founded Puplore to provide owners with breed-specific information and to act as a go-to guide to health, nutrition, care, and to help them find the confidence they need to step up to the plate and become the best pup parents they can possibly be. A firm believer in treating all animals with kindness and compassion, and that positive discipline is paramount in achieving a harmonious canine-human relationship, Ben’s former and present careers have enabled him to become a leading light in his chosen profession and business.

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