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He was unable to forget the torment of his puppyhood, wherein everlasting hatred of the black had been woven into the fibres of consciousness; and such a terror did he make himself that Sheldon was forced to shut him up in the living room when, for any reason, strange natives were permitted in the compound.
His puppyhood and the instinct of submission took charge of him.
It drew him as the light, in the mouth of the cave had drawn him in his early puppyhood. He crawled the several steps toward the flame.
From his earliest puppyhood he had been so trained.
It had been part of his early puppyhood education to learn that only live things could be moved by plea or threat, and that while things not alive did move, as the door had moved, they never moved of themselves, and were deaf to anything life might have to say to them.
During the four years since his puppyhood he had lived the life of a sated aristocrat; he had a fine pride in himself, was even a trifle egotistical, as country gentlemen sometimes become because of their insular situation.
I saw that the girl was gotten below as quickly as possible, and she took Nobs with her--poor Nobs had nearly barked his head off; and I think, too, that for the first time since his littlest puppyhood he had known fear; nor can I blame him.
Enzo (voiced by Kevin Costner), in thrall to the roar of the engine and the wind in his fur, narrates the ride with a philosopher's wisdom from puppyhood to his final sprint around the track.
Ideally, every dog should be well socialized with babies and children from puppyhood. Many young adults adopt a pup at a time when children are, if anything, a distant prospect, without thinking about the fact that kids could easily arrive within the 10 to 15 years of their dog's lifespan.
And, among the chats about his childhood, Finn's puppyhood, their many escapades, THAT fateful night, one thing was always front and centre for Dave - that perhaps the book would also aid the quest he had already embarked upon.
Such was the image created of Sudhe during its puppyhood, while it lived among reasonable dogs.
Luckily, that's where this new series comes in as leading dog experts Oli Juste, Katie Patmore and Hannah Molloy bring their pop-up school to the spectacular grounds of Chatsworth House, where they teach novice pet owners how to navigate puppyhood. But while the canines may be the stars of the show, we also get an insight into the lives of their new families.