Greyhounds

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the skeleton of a dog is shown in black and white, as well as an image of it's back legs
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Skeleton of a Greyhound" The diaphragm is made of muscles and tendons and it divides the inside of the torso into 2 sections. On one side are the heart and lungs, and on the other side are organs like the stomach and liver."
a horse that is running in the grass
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Galgo sighthounds
a group of dogs standing in front of a window
Greyhounds-looking-out-of-window
Greyhounds looking out of window
the different breeds of dogs are shown in this image, with their names on them
Magnificant Sighthounds
dezzoi: “ Some sighthound breeds - still need to add more. :-) ”
four greyhounds are sitting in the grass and one dog is laying on the ground
Vintage greyhound photo
A vintage photo of Greyhounds. Contrary to popular belief, Greyhounds most enjoy doing what these dogs are doing: relaxing. They aren't called 45 mph couch potatoes for nothing.
a statue of a dog sitting on top of a cement slab in front of some steps
Carrie Roberts: English Heritage, London
Carrie Roberts: English Heritage, London
a bronze sculpture of a dog on a marble base
International Antique Dealer | Ken Bolan Studio | Donhead St Mary
bronze sculpture borzoi dog ca 1930
an ornate table with two dogs on it
Wow. Scottish Deerhound table
two statues of dogs laying on top of each other in the grass next to each other
Rosehill Cemetery [Two Dogs]
These two greyhounds mark the graves of the Stein family, ca. 1920. A marker reads - Perpetual Care...
several statues of dogs in the grass near headstones
Rosehill Cemetery [Two Dogs]
These two greyhounds mark the graves of the Stein family, ca. 1920. A marker reads - Perpetual Care...
a stained glass window with an image of a dog on it
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Greyhound stained glass window
a statue of a dog and its baby sitting on it's hind legs in front of a stone wall
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Antique Greyhound
a white dog statue sitting on top of a green pole next to a brick wall
Hampton Court Palace – A Tudor Garden | Patrick Baty – Historical paint consultant
The eight Royal Beasts in the Tudor Garden at Hampton Court Palace have been painted (and gilded) with the correct heraldic colours of the period. The Greyhound is a symbol of loyalty and celerity, and was a beast adopted by Edward III and by many of his descendants, particularly those of the House of Lancaster, from which line Henry VII was descended.
a white and black dog standing on top of a field
Museo Nacional del Prado
Paul de Vos, Un galgo blanco, s. XVII. Museo Nacional del Prado: Galería online
a painting of a dog on a bridge with a fish in it's mouth
Museo Nacional del Prado
Paul de Vos, El perro y la presa, s. XVII. Museo Nacional del Prado: Galería online