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On a thick green rug stretched in front of the fireplace, a fox terrier lay blinking at the wood fire.
The fox terrier, after a few moments' scratching at the door, resumed his place upon the rug and curled himself up to renewed slumber.
Old Mother Hubbard was boosting me to beat the band as a genuine Pomeranian-Hambletonian-Red-Irish-Cochin-China-Stoke-Pogis fox terrier.
She turned to the fox terrier and made it speak for a piece of meat.
Little Vixen, my fox terrier, went out through the other side; and then there was a roaring and a grunting and bubbling, and I saw the tent cave in, as the pole snapped, and begin to dance about like a mad ghost.
Then I returned again to the valley for an armful of grasses and on this trip was fortunate enough to knock over an orthopi, the diminutive horse of Pellucidar, a little animal about the size of a fox terrier, which abounds in all parts of the inner world.
Evie's fox terrier, who had passed for white, was only a dirty grey dog now, so intense was the purity that surrounded him.
The collie and the fox terriers became frantic with delirious joy, and while the wolf hounds and the great Dane were not a whit less delighted at the return of their master their greetings were of a more dignified nature.
On the other hand, there were the fox terriers, a score of them at least, who yelped fearful promises at Toots and Ysabel looking out of the windows at them and protected by a legion of housemaids armed with brooms and mops.
Virgil, Wire Fox Terrier Rescue Midwest in Dumont, IA
However, Rusty has hidden in a box and can't hear the call for a small white fox terrier with a red collar to report to Lost Dogs on the third floor.