Lad, A Dog
|Lad: A Dog (1919)
The correct title of this work is Lad: A Dog. For technical reasons a colon cannot be used in the title.
This work comprises twelve short stories first published in magazines. The novel is loosely based on the life of Terhune's real-life rough collie, Lad. Born in 1902, the real-life Lad was an unregistered collie of unknown lineage originally owned by Terhune's father. Lad's death in 1918 was mourned by many of the story's fans, particularly children.
My book is dedicated
To The Memory Of
Thoroughbred in body and soul
- Chapter I. His Mate
- Chapter II. “Quiet!”
- Chapter III. A Miracle of Two
- Chapter IV. His Little Son
- Chapter V. For a Bit Of Ribbon
- Chapter VI. Lost!
- Chapter VII. The Throwback
- Chapter VIII. The Gold Hat
- Chapter IX. Speaking of Utility
- Chapter X. The Killer
- Chapter XI. Wolf
- Chapter XII. In the Day of Battle
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