The book we bought says that an Airedale will go up a tree after a mountain lion.
Looking wisely and suspiciously at Trent as he sauntered by was an Airedale.
It was the soul of his Airedale father, telling him the other thing was running away!
The city at best is no place for any dog; no place for terriers of all dogs, and of all terriers, the Airedale!
The Airedale that does not carry a gay tail is a delight to no eye.
The Airedale, however, has always been known and appreciated as a sporting terrier.
The Airedale who lives in the country is more fortunate than his brother in town.
In hunting and swimming the Airedale is but following the strongest instincts that he has.
The Airedale is more practically useful than any other breed of dog.
Had the Airedale not filled this bill, he would never have persisted.