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  • Dogs have not the power of comparing. A dog will take a small piece of meat as readily as a large, when both are before him.
    - Samuel Johnson

  • Thy lap-dog, Ruba, is a dainty beast,
    It don't surprise me in the least
    To see thee lick so dainty clean a beast.
    But that so dainty clean a beast licks thee,
    Yes-that surprise me.
    - Samuel T. Coleridge

  • A dog starv'd at his master's gate
    Predicts the ruin of the state.
    - William Blake

  • 'Tis sweet to hear the watch-dog's honest bark
    Bay deep-mouth'd welcome as we near home;
    'Tis sweet to know there is a n eye will mark
    Our coming, and look brighter when we come.
    - Lord Byron

  • One of the animals which a generous and socialable man would soonest become is a dog. A dog can have a friend; he has affections and character, he can enjoy equally the field and fireside; he dreams, he caresses, he propitiates; he offends, and is pardoned; he stands by you in adversity; he is a good fellow.
    - Leigh Hunt

  • The dog alone, of all brute animals, has an affection upwards to man.
    - Samuel T. Coleridge

  • The dog may have a spirit, as well as his brutal master;
    A spirit to live in happiness: for why should he be robbed of his existence?
    Hath he not a conscience of evil, a glimmer ofmoral sense,
    Love and hatred, courage and fear, and visible shame and pride?
    - Martin F. Tupper

  • Old dog Tray's ever faithful,
    Grief cannot drive him away;
    He's gentle, he's kind; I'll never, never find
    A better friend than old dog Tray.
    - Stephen Foster

  • Every dog is a lion at home.
    - H. G. Bohn

  • One barking dog sets all the street a barking.
    - H. G. Bohn


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