Our Okavango Delta guides were absolutely thrilled to see this pack of 17 or 18 (well-camouflaged) African Wild Dogs. Our guides claimed with great admiration that a pack of hunting dogs never loses the prey it targets and always make the kill. BBC says these dogs usually hunt at dawn or dusk, or at night if the moon is full. They hunt by sight rather than smell. Reaching speeds of 55 mph they chase their prey until it tires and can disembowel their prey as it runs.
These dogs play like my Guapo and Darla, and I even saw one dog grab the other dog by its tracking collar and pull (Guapo knows exactly what that feels like.)