Afghan hounds, independent and proud dogs, sedate and reserved. Real aristocrats. They are not used to expressing their emotions, but with all their dog-like heart, the Afghan is tenderly and anxiously attached to the owner. They love to please the owner, but never curry favor with him. Parting with him is very difficult. They are usually calm and lazy, but active outside of it. Despite the restraint in showing feelings and emotions even to the owner, the Afghan hound loves children and does not hesitate to show it. The Afghan Hound has a highly developed hunting instinct, so they tend to chase any moving object. Afghans bark very little, but in case of real danger, the owner of the dog can confidently count on their courage and help. There are so, so many reasons that Afghan Hounds are the best breed, it’s going to be tough to fit them all in here but we’ll give it a go!