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          to Enayat Salukis

“To the esteem in which he has been held through many generations must be attributed the Saluki’s sensitiveness and dignity, his resentment of anything in the nature of rough treatment. It is characteristic of the quiet mentality of this dog that before he abandons his air of indifference towards people he has to feel that confidence and affection are _mutual_. For this reason a Saluki requires to be closely studied and thoroughly understood before he will unbend sufficiently to become what he undoubtedly is – the most charming of all canine companions.”


Milford Brice in “The Tale of Your Dog” 1934

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