“For example, by my calculations, many fly ball dog teams, which are timed to the hundredths of a second, are traveling at 37 to 40 mph when they hit the box.” A feather-footed cousin of the Greyhound, the Saluki has been clocked at nearly 43 mph, a speed recorded in the 1996 edition of the Guinness Book of Records.It may be that over distances of more than half a mile, the Saluki is faster than the Greyhound.And noted for their intense gaze, Border Collies are recognized for keeping their eye on the prize.“To be honest, in a race between a Greyhound and a Border Collie, my bets will always be on the Border Collie,” Dr. Medium-sized with a lean body, short coat and a mental drive to run, the Vizsla can outsprint most dogs in a one-mile competition.The drink, which contains a host of natural ingredients said to aid weight loss, claims to help you dramatically drop pounds in just 28 days, as well as clear up your skin and reduce wrinkles.
Infuse one teaspoon with boiling water in a cafetiere and drink 30 minutes before you have your breakfast.
A coffee bean hailed as a weight loss miracle by more than 172,000 Instagram followers has launched in the UK - but a nutritionist has slammed the product as a 'gimmick'.
Skinny Coffee Club, which makes a six-calorie caffeine-filled cup, has just arrived in Holland and Barrett stores from £24.95 for a month's worth.
When you think of fast dogs, the tall and lean Greyhound is the first breed that usually springs to mind.
This long-legged, smooth-coated racing breed has been clocked at speeds up to 45 miles per hour, sparking its nickname: the 45-mph couch potato. This is a breed blessed with speed bursts when overcoming prey, especially hares, but one who craves lounging on sofas in between races.
It contains slightly less caffeine than a normal cup of coffee too.