Of course the puppy barked; of course the skunk did not like it.
All was as merry as a marriage bell, and might have continued so but for that puppy Sim.
I opened the door of his cage and, snatching the puppy, fled.
Then their noses touched, and he felt the warm little tongue of the puppy on his jowl.
He was a good runner, swifter than any puppy of his size, and swifter than Lip-lip.
He had had experience in puppy fights and was already something of a bully.
He looked at Kiche licking her puppy and stopping now and then to snarl at him.
Get out of the house, you puppy; or I'll have the servants up, and have you ducked in the horse-pond.'
Meanwhile the puppy and the fox-cub played about in his room.
Her hair was soft, soft and white as a puppy's, soft and white like the down from a dandelion.