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dogs

cynophobia.
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there sat the dog with eyes as big as saucers glaring at him.
A procession was formed, but I only ventured to follow as far as the door of the banqueting-hall, so furious was the uproar of barking dogs within.
I got out and took both dogs with me, while Kadir Buksh made tea.
This is very necessary, because young dogs often get the trace between their hind legs, where it cuts to the bone.
Men came with poles and ropes, and tried to separate the dogs, and the police were sent for.
Once, with a muttered imprecation, Kama leaped away, a stick of firewood in hand, and clubbed apart a tangle of fighting dogs.
Like a lioness, when the cook-boy had struck him with a stick to drive him out of the kitchen, had Biddy sprung upon the black, receiving without wince or whimper one straight blow from the stick, and then downing him and mauling him among his pots and pans until dragged (for the first time snarling) away by the unchiding Mister Haggin, who; however, administered sharp words to the cook- boy for daring to lift hand against a four-legged dog belonging to a god.
The friendship between them was established almost instantly, for Michael, from a merry puppy, had matured into a merry dog.
Henry," said the other, munching with deliberation the beans he was eating, "did you happen to notice the way them dogs kicked up when I was a-feedin' 'em?
Really, my diagnosis would have no value: I am not going to treat the dog.
Besides, he looked like the photographs of the Alaskan dogs they saw published in magazines and newspapers.
These men wanted dogs, and the dogs they wanted were heavy dogs, with strong muscles by which to toil, and furry coats to protect them from the frost.