Her eyes were on the corral, from which her father was driving the dogies.
As for the dogies, none of 'em had the faintest show fer a beller.
Grass an' water was plenty ag'in, and the dogies was fattin' up.
Which will be assumin' possession of the ten thousand dogies; and I feel sure he'll want to leave you in charge of 'em.
As f'r losin' ten thousand dogies, I cain't see what that has to do with my great feet.
Now, this bein' my evenin' fer tellin' the truth, I'll state that ten thousand dogies is sure a complicated problem on the range.
Our name for calves that had lost their mothers, and therefore the nourishment obtained from milk, was "dogies."
These dogies were ever afterwards unmistakable in appearance, and remained stunted, "runty" little animals of no value.
Them dogies was as well off 's if they'd been in upholstered sheds eatin' gilded hay.
The outfit reached the limit of its circle and turned toward home, sending its cuts of dogies on before it.