If he rubbed once, the dog
that sat on the chest of copper appeared; if he rubbed twice, there came the dog
that watched over the silver chest; and if he rubbed three times, the one that guarded the gold appeared.
When she was quieted I whispered to the other dog
, "You can lie on the foot of the bed.
She had never seen tin cooking-pots or wooden-shod sleighs before; but Kotuko the boy and Kotuko the dog
were rather fond of her.
Then he looked round at the other dogs
, all silent, grave, and dignified.
The pantaloon said we must have put in a sausage too many, but Joey said the machine had not worked quite smoothly and that he feared this sausage was the dog
's bark, which distressed David, for he saw how awkward it must be to a dog
to have its bark outside, and we were considering what should be done when the dog
closed the discussion by swallowing the sausage.
A piece of dry birch bark started the fire, and Daylight went ahead with the cooking while the Indian unloaded the sled and fed the dogs
their ration of dried fish.
Because then, beyond the white lord's eyes, the niggers had a way, not merely of scowling and muttering, but of attacking four-legged dogs
with stones and clubs.
had liked him from the start, and had followed him.
Down the frozen waterway toiled a string of wolfish dogs
Sometimes I lie still a long time, looking at the dog
as earnestly as the dog
looks at me--I always leave the light going.
The man and woman loved the dog
very much; perhaps this was because it had been such a task to win his love.
Buck did not read the newspapers, or he would have known that trouble was brewing, not alone for himself, but for every tide- water dog
, strong of muscle and with warm, long hair, from Puget Sound to San Diego.
In sooth, for a dog
of the depth, thou takest thy nourishment too much from the surface!
Pollyanna snapped her fingers at the dog
and looked expectantly down the path.
It'll be a dark night; I've got a horthe that'll do anything but thpeak; I've got a pony that'll go fifteen mile an hour with Childerth driving of him; I've got a dog
that'll keep a man to one plathe four-and-twenty hourth.