The wild dogs are very loud before hunting and very quiet while seeking for prey. They hunt at day and at open spaces. Wild dogs attack all types of ungulate mammals - gazzellas, zebras and antelopes. Sometimes they leave their prey to the lions.
The wild dogs are the most effective hunters of the savanna. They never eat killed animals from other predators. While hunting the pack attempts to divide the most weak individual from the herd. After that they surround the prey and then kill her.