Galgo Espanol

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The breed hails from a tribe of Celts called the Gauls that inhibited the Iberian Peninsula during 400-600 BC. The breed is relatively rare outside of Spain where today they are primarily house pets but earlier were used for hunting hares and rabbits, while sadly after hunting season the Galgo Espanol were routinely hung from trees, the reason is not exactly known. Similiar to the greyhound, the Galgo Espanol stand 25 to 28 inches tall and weigh 50 to 65 pounds. The breed is great with families, often preferring to sleep the day away on the couch.


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