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Some articles on dog, dogs:

English Cocker Spaniel - Working Cockers - Skills
... cocker spaniel is first and foremost an upland flushing dog ... In performing this task there are some skills the dog must be trained to perform ... To be an effective hunter the dog must comply with this command absolutely ...
Greyfriars Bobby - Revisionist View
... of research, Jan Bondeson published Greyfriars Bobby The Most Faithful Dog in the World, the most detailed biography of Bobby to date ... As background, in 19th century Europe there are documented over 60 'graveyard dogs', or 'cemetery dogs' ... These were stray dogs which were fed by visitors and curators to the point the dogs made the graveyards their home ...
Aesop's Fables - List of Some Fables By Aesop
... The Boy Who Cried Wolf The Cat and the Mice The Cock and the Jewel The Cock, the Dog and the Fox The Crow and the Pitcher The Crow and the Snake The Deer without a Heart The Dog and its Reflection ...
Richard Haynes - Law Practice
... Say you sue me because you say my dog bit you ... Well, now this is my defense My dog doesn't bite ... And second, in the alternative, my dog was tied up that night ...
Roy Keane - Dog
... said of Triggs, "Unlike humans, dogs don't talk shit" ... The Daily Telegraph's Steve Wilson once described Triggs as "the most famous dog in football since Pickles, a mongrel who dug up the stolen Jules Rimet Trophy in 1966, or that dog that ... Henry Winter, writing in the same paper, called Triggs "the fittest dog in Cheshire" and opined that "if Cruft's held an endurance event, Keane and Triggs would ...

Famous quotes containing the word dog:

    I’m not going to call a dogDog.’ I suppose if she were a baby you’d call her ‘Person.’
    Warren Beatty (b. 1937)

    An ancient estate should always go to males. It is mighty foolish to let a stranger have it because he marries your daughter, and takes your name. As for an estate newly acquired by trade, you may give it, if you will, to the dog Towser, and let him keep his own name.
    Samuel Johnson (1709–1784)