Thursday, August 25, 2011

Azawakh: Interview With Christiane Thier-Rostaing

The Azawakh is a tall, very slender sighthound, originally from West Africa. In the 1970s the first animals were introduced to Germany and held since then by a few enthusiasts and bred. The appearance of the Azawakh is more like a gazelle or a deer, and also the nature of this breed is very shy. TIER.TV learns from Azawakh breeder Christiane Thier-Rostaing where it comes from and what were its original tasks.

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