The new breed of greyhound breed has been developed in the Czech Republic.
According to the Czech Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock, the breed has already been registered in the country.
It has been called the “greenest breed” in the world.
In the Czechs, the greyhound is considered a medium-sized dog, about four feet long and about three feet tall.
It is bred in the south of the country, which is known for its fertile plains.
The breed has a long history in the west of the Czech republic, as well as in France and Germany.
The Czechs have a strong dog breed history, with the Czech Greyhound breed originating in the early 1900s.
The Czech greyhound has been the standard breed of dog for a long time.
Greyhounds have been known for their intelligence and agility.
They are also known for being a very good companion.
They can be trusted with small children.
The greyhound was the first dog to walk on land and can climb trees, but also for its speed and agility, which makes them very useful as an animal control animal.