The Eskimo dog has small, upright ears, a straight bushy tail, moderately sharp muzzle and rough coat.
The Eskimo dog seldom barks, but he has a mournful, wolflike howl.
The Eskimo dog is a tough creature, but he cannot be expected to eat food which breaks an axe.
In another instant they were down and Kazan had the Eskimo dog by the throat.
The Eskimo dog never barks, but howls exactly like a wolf, in sitting posture with the head upturned.
But the bear, the fox, and the Eskimo dog, are watching for signs of just such hiding-places as these.
The Eskimo dog, so far as I know, is the only butcher animal that earns a living.
It is absolutely impossible to figure on the Eskimo dog's uncertain tenure of life.
In size, he is slightly larger than the Eskimo dog, his body longer and thinner, and he travels with his tail down.
The chief use of the Eskimo dog is to draw the sledges, which are the only possible conveyances in that frozen land.