That red-bearded dog caught me by the throat.
"To Win or to Die" by George Manville Fenn
She was not pretty, but had very plump red cheeks, and held a little dog.
"Shapes that Haunt the Dusk" by Various
I went to the house and was met by a red-haired dog, as fat as a pig.
"The House with the Mezzanine and Other Stories" by Anton Tchekoff
In a few days the burn healed, leaving a dark red scar, the distinct imprint of a dog's foot.
"The Golden Face" by William Le Queux
I had ridden away to the red dune to carry food to my brothers and the dogs and the sentinels.
"Our Home in the Silver West" by Gordon Stables
He had seen the broad splotch of vivid red stained the dog's white breast.
"The Black Buccaneer" by Stephen W. Meader
He has trained dogs until they could recognize seven or eight shades of green or red.
"What a Young Woman Ought to Know" by Mary Wood-Allen
A red dog was the only thing they feared, those girls who were turned to thunder.
"Eskimo Folktales" by Unknown
His dog sat there beside him, a solemn old red spaniel, looking wistfully into his master's face.
"The Harbor" by Ernest Poole
Hanglip and Spotted Dog ranged themselves on either side of Caliban's gang, and every eye glared redly at the statuesque figure at the altar.
"The Pirate Woman" by Aylward Edward Dingle
O the red heather on the moss-wrought rock,
And the fir-tree stiff and straight,
The shaggy old sheep-dog barking at the flock,
And the rotten old five-barred gate!
"Chillingham" by Mary Elizabeth Coleridge
When the blood-red sun had gone burning down,
And the lights were lit in the little town,
Outside, in the gloom of the twilight grey,
The little dog died when he'd had his day.
"The Little Dog's Day" by Rupert Brooke
I will see you again to-morrow.
I will see you again in a million years.
I will never know your dark eyes again.
These are three ghosts I keep.
These are three sumach-red dogs I run with.
"Valley Song" by Carl Sandburg
Not'ing can leev' on de woods, Marie,
W'en Bruno is on de track,
An' young caribou, an' leetle red doe
Wit' baby to come on de spring, dey know
De pity dey get w'en hees bugle blow
An' de black dogs answer back.
"Bruno The Hunter" by William Henry Drummond
Saith the Lord: ‘I will bring thee from Bashan;
I will bring thee again
From the dark, voiceful depths of the sea;
That thou thy footsteps mayst dash,
Red-wetshod, in blood of the foe,
And the tongue of thy dogs in the same.’
"Psalm LXVIII" by Archbishop William Alexander
The red Virginia crumbles at the wall.
The bed is bare where winter’s snow-drops grew.
I feel my dog come licking at my hand.
I pause awhile beside the door, I stand.
And hear the well-known footsteps softly fall
And the voices that I knew.
"Lemnos Harbour" by Leon Gellert
This image released by Scholastic shows Norman Bridwell, creator of Clifford the Big Red Dog , celebrating the character's 50th anniversary at Scholastic's headquarters in New York, Monday, Sept 24, 2012.
Clifford the Big Red Dog turns 50.
A federal appeals court has ruled against the Native Village of Kivalina over a challenge of a wastewater discharge permit issued to the Red Dog Mine owners.
Clifford The Big Red Dog .
Norman Bridwell, creator of Clifford the Big Red Dog , celebrating the character's 50th anniversary at Scholastic's headquarters in New York on Monday.
HomeCLIFFORD THE BIG RED DOG.
0KTVO partnered with the Fairfield Arts Convention Center to bring "Clifford the Big Red Dog" to the Sondheim Theatre Tuesday evening.
Jennifer Livingston and taking advice from a big red dog.
"Red Dog Howls" Forces Its Cast to Work Very Hard.
'Clifford The Big Red Dog' Turns 50 (In Human Years).
Grand Opening of G.K.'s Red Dog Tavern.
G.K.'s Red Dog Tavern, a casual dining establishment, will make its debut today, Thursday, June 2nd, under the same roof as Rod's Steak & Seafood Grille in the Madison Hotel, One Convent Road, Morristown, New Jersey.
The Ballad of Red Dog.
Red Dog Blues by Michael Fracasso, published by Self-Released.
Red Dog Mine mines lead and zinc.