Then, when this dog of marvellous wind saw that his foe was dead, he gave him no second glance, but set out at a lope for a farm four miles across the snow where he had left his master when first the wolf was started.
(Ernest Thompson Seton's 'Bingo' <1986>)
In above sentence, the wind could be understood as 'a dog with sweeping force' ?
In the dictionary, wind has a meaning of 'any sweeping and destructive force'.
Or are there any other meaning?