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Afghan hound, recognized in the world, the "nobleman" among the most beautiful dogs

The Afghan Hound is also known as the Kabul. Although it is called a hound, it is not actually a hound. 

The Afghan Hound has an innate arrogance, and the king's temperament has deeply impressed many people. 


The Afghan Hound is also known as the Kabul. Although it is called a hound, it is not actually a hound. And the IQ is not high, on the contrary, it is clumsy. But it looks really beautiful and temperamental, and it is one of the oldest hound breeds in existence. The Afghan Hound is graceful and agile, like a proud nobleman. In modern times, the Afghan Hound has become synonymous with "nobleman" due to its fashionable retro appearance and noble temperament. Because of the inherent aristocratic temperament of the Afghan Hound, it has become a pet of many stars and models. It has also appeared in many well-known fashion magazines and turned into a fashion darling. 

There are two types of Afghan Hounds, the taller, short-haired, desert type, and the smaller, long-haired, mountainous type. Now the two traits have been merged, forming a type with a tall body and long hair. The Afghan Hound is strong, agile and smart, likes to be alone, not strong in fighting spirit, and gentle to others. The Afghan Hound may seem aloof, but it also has a neurotic side, often immersed in its own world, ignoring the words of the owner. 

The Afghan Hound has a strong stress response. If the environment is changed, it will cause a period of weight loss. The Afghan Hound has better eyesight, is good at running, has a light gait, has an elegant physique, and has long hair flowing in the wind. Sparkling, very beautiful, known as the "cross-country runner". If you want to maintain the elegant and lively state of the Afghan Hound, you must exercise properly to keep it in the best physical and mental state. Also, groom the coat of the Afghan hound every day, and do professional grooming and trimming 2 to 3 times a year. 

The Afghan Hound has an innate arrogance, and the king's temperament has deeply impressed many people. It exudes a noble and arrogant temperament, nowhere shows a trace of ordinary or crude, which other canine animals cannot imitate. The front body of the Afghan Hound is straight, its head is always raised proudly, and its eyes go around the crowd and stare into the distance for a long time as if reminiscing about the passing years. 

Many dog lovers know that Husky and Chow Chow are stupid dogs. However, the dog with the lowest IQ in the world is not a husky but an Afghan hound. Don’t be deceived by his noble and arrogant appearance. In fact, he is the dog with the lowest IQ in the world. The Afghan Hound has very strong independence, which is why it has the habit of thinking independently. And in life, the independent character of Afghan hounds also makes them difficult to train. It is difficult to understand the intentions of the master and the trainer. A simple movement requires dozens or even hundreds of times to be trained. 

The Afghan Hound is brave and loyal. Although the IQ is lower than other dogs, the Afghan Hound can be made smarter through training. The advantages of the Afghan Hound are boldness, independence, and strong autonomy, without special care. The shortcomings are stubborn and willful personality, only those who understand its characteristics can effectively control it. Many people do not pay attention to issuing orders to the Afghan hound and think that the Afghan hound does not understand the order. Isn’t it stupid? It’s not that the Afghan hound doesn’t understand, but he doesn’t put people in his eyes at all. This is also a feature of the Afghan hound, and it is also a bright spot that attracts people to keep it most. 

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