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  • In his stalking and rushing of the wild-dog, he had been more sound and fury than an overbearing bully.

    CHAPTER VIII

  • These are essential traits of the wolf and the wild-dog when they have become domesticated, and these traits White Fang possessed in unusual measure.

    The Covenant

  • Success seemed assured, for the wild-dog, with closed eyes, was apparently asleep.

    CHAPTER VIII

  • After all, even in an inferior like the wild-dog, he did not consciously press an advantage very far — never extremely far.

    CHAPTER VIII

  • While waiting for Skipper to return, Jerry chanced to see the wild-dog brazenly lying on deck a dozen feet from his lair in the trade-boxes.

    CHAPTER VIII

  • Also, it gave him a delightful consciousness of his own mastery, for the wild-dog always fled from him.

    CHAPTER IV

  • When Jerry snarled and growled, wild-dog snarled and growled back and strutted and bullied around him, him to persuasion of the blacks could induce but no sink his teeth into Jerry.

    CHAPTER XVI

  • Even they brought wild-dog and set him upon Jerry.

    CHAPTER XVI

  • But the wild-dog, three feet from his lair under the trade-boxes, was not unobservant.

    CHAPTER IV

  • It did not enter his head to query how his conduct affected the wild-dog, though, in truth, he led that individual a wretched existence.

    CHAPTER IV

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