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Then the old woman tried to coax the doggie with more pancakes and to terrify it with blows, but he barked on, always repeating the same words.
And to the Arangi, this hot-white tropic morning, Jerry went on the whaleboat under the arm of his Mister Haggin, while on the beach Biddy moaned her woe, and Michael, not sophisticated, barked the eternal challenge of youth to the Unknown.
Pickles nearly had a fit, he barked and he barked and made little rushes.
The audience took up the cry, the dogs barked more excitedly, and five minutes of hilarity delayed the turn which, when at last started, was marked by rustiness and erraticness on the part of the dogs and by great peevishness on the part of Wilton Davis.
But just then the dog, squirming and rubbing against the newcomer's legs, opened his mouth and barked.
Your beautifully barked trunk must be the centre of attention
WHEN Coventry couple Sue and Paul Davies fell for rescue dog Leo, the fact that he barked a lot didn't worry them at all - at least not to start with.