This sign is used to indicate that a kennel is located nearby.

Kennel, Color

This sign is used to indicate that a kennel is located nearby.

This sign is used to indicate that a kennel is located nearby.

Kennel, Outline

This sign is used to indicate that a kennel is located nearby.

This sign is used to indicate that a kennel is located nearby.

Kennel, Silhouette

This sign is used to indicate that a kennel is located nearby.

"The Knight, Death, and the Devil. By Albrecht Dürer. From the engraving on copper." -Heath, 1901

The Knight, Death, and the Devil

"The Knight, Death, and the Devil. By Albrecht Dürer. From the engraving on copper." -Heath, 1901

This sign is used to indicate that pets must be kept on a leash in the nearby area.

Leashed Pets, Black and White

This sign is used to indicate that pets must be kept on a leash in the nearby area.

This sign is used to indicate that pets must be kept on a leash in the nearby area.

Leashed Pets, Color

This sign is used to indicate that pets must be kept on a leash in the nearby area.

This sign is used to indicate that pets must be kept on a leash in the nearby area.

Leashed Pets, Outline

This sign is used to indicate that pets must be kept on a leash in the nearby area.

This sign is used to indicate that pets must be kept on a leash in the nearby area.

Leashed Pets, Silhouette

This sign is used to indicate that pets must be kept on a leash in the nearby area.

"To wake the dog, a cutting lash is given; / Upwards he springs, with furious anger driven, / Runs at the youth, who flees in a great afright, / Quick o'er the ground, with all his main and might; / Closely pursued, he falls amid the stones; / He breaks his leg, his arm; he loudly groans: / By sad experience he's a lesson got, / When dogs are sleeping, then awake them not."—Barber, 1857

Let Sleeping Dogs Lie

"To wake the dog, a cutting lash is given; / Upwards he springs, with furious anger driven, / Runs at…

"A favorite household dog, to shield from harm, / A maiden kind, has knit some stocking warm, / Wishing to keep his dog-ship warm and neat, / She closely draws the stockings on his feet; / Growler feels awkward as he walks about, / He needs them not - he's well enough without."—Barber, 1857

Let Well Enough Alone

"A favorite household dog, to shield from harm, / A maiden kind, has knit some stocking warm, / Wishing…

A domesticated red and blue macaw, perched above a pair of dogs.

Red and Blue Macaw

A domesticated red and blue macaw, perched above a pair of dogs.

A man sitting on a log next to his dog.

Man and Dog

A man sitting on a log next to his dog.

An illustration of a man holding a tambourine and playing with a dog.

Man and Dog

An illustration of a man holding a tambourine and playing with a dog.

An illustration of a man and a dog traveling in a canoe.

Man and Dog in Canoe

An illustration of a man and a dog traveling in a canoe.

A man drinking water from a well.

Man drinking from well

A man drinking water from a well.

An illustration of a man kneeling near a tree stump with a dog by his side and a house in the background.

Man Kneeling Near Tree Stump

An illustration of a man kneeling near a tree stump with a dog by his side and a house in the background.

An illustration of a man riding a bicycle with a dog running behind.

Man Riding Bicycle

An illustration of a man riding a bicycle with a dog running behind.

Man by river, being chased by wolves or dogs.

Escape from Native Americans During the Miami War

Man by river, being chased by wolves or dogs.

The molar teeth of a human, horse and dog. The first image to the left in a molar tooth of a horse. Labels: 1, The enamel. 2, The ivory. 3, Canals for blood vessels. The center image is a molar tooth of a human. Label: 1, The enamel. 2, The ivory. 3, The cavity containing blood vessels. 4, 5, Artery and nerve. The image on the right is a molar tooth of a dog. Labels: 1, The enamel. 2, The ivory. 3, Cavity for blood-vessels.

Comparison of the Molar Teeth of a Human, Horse, and Dog

The molar teeth of a human, horse and dog. The first image to the left in a molar tooth of a horse.…

Scene from the story, "Old Sultan."

Old Sultan

Scene from the story, "Old Sultan."

An illustration of an owl guarding her eggs from a wolf.

Owl and Wolf

An illustration of an owl guarding her eggs from a wolf.

"Now there was a certain rich man, and he was clothed in purple and fine linen, faring sumptuously every day: and a certain beggar named Lazarus was laid at his gate, full of sores, and desiring to be fed with the crumbs that fell from the rich man's table; yea, even the dogs come and licked his sores." Luke 16:19-21
<p>Illustration of a beggar named Lazarus on the ground outside a rich man's home. His crutches are on the ground beside him and a dog is licking his foot. A large, decorative vase is sitting on the stoop.

Beggar Named Lazarus Outside the Rich Man's Gate

"Now there was a certain rich man, and he was clothed in purple and fine linen, faring sumptuously every…

"Now there was a certain rich man, and he was clothed in purple and fine linen, faring sumptuously every day: and a certain beggar named Lazarus was laid at his gate, full of sores, and desiring to be fed with the crumbs that fell from the rich man's table; yea, even the dogs come and licked his sores." Luke 16:19-21 ASV
<p>Illustration of the rich man, sumptuously clothed in robes and eating a feast with many guests. A harpist  plays in the background. Men and women eat and drink. There are arched windows in the background and an arched entryway leading to stairs. On the stairs is Lazarus, a beggar. Dogs are licking at his sores and his arms are raised in a gesture of begging.

Lazarus, the Beggar, and the Rich Man

"Now there was a certain rich man, and he was clothed in purple and fine linen, faring sumptuously every…

"General Asboth and staff at the Battle of Pea Ridge, Ark., March 6th-8th, 1862. The gallantry displayed by General Asboth in the victory of Pea Ridge gives great interest to the spirited sketch of himself and staff which we present to our readers. Among the officers in the sketch were Acting Brigadier General Albert, Brigade Quartermaster McKay, the young commander of the Fremont Hussars, Major George E. Waring, Jr., from New York city, formerly major of the Garibaldi Guards, and the general's aids-de-camp, Gillen and Kroll, etc. Among General Asboth's most constant attendants was his favorite dog, York, a splendid speciment of the St. Bernard species." —Leslie, 1896

Battle of Pea Ridge

"General Asboth and staff at the Battle of Pea Ridge, Ark., March 6th-8th, 1862. The gallantry displayed…

"Milkand permanent dentition of upper (I) and lower (II) jaw of the dog, with the symbols by which the different teeth are commonly designated. The third upper molar (m3) is the only tooh wanting in this animal to complete the typical heterodont mammalian dentition." &mdash;The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903

Permanent Dentition

"Milkand permanent dentition of upper (I) and lower (II) jaw of the dog, with the symbols by which the…

This painting was done by Frans Hals. It is an impressionistic piece that can also be considered a portrait.

Portraits of aGentleman and His Wife

This painting was done by Frans Hals. It is an impressionistic piece that can also be considered a portrait.

"A street in Harper's Ferry, VA., during the passage of the Potomac by the Federal troops from Maryland, October 24th, 1862. We give a specimen of the grotesque in war. Experience proves that where there is much excitement there is always a rollicking gayety in proportion to the excitement. The terrible stimulus of war constantly produced scenes which almost approached those of a carnival. Among the younger of the Federal soldiers this was very apparent, more especially among some of the zouave regiments." —Leslie, 1896

Passage of the Potomac

"A street in Harper's Ferry, VA., during the passage of the Potomac by the Federal troops from Maryland,…

The pug is a breed of small, short-haired lap dogs, probably of Oriental origin, and introduced into Europe by way of Holland in the sixteenth century. The breed is characterized by the shortness of the face and uplifted form of nose. Only a fawn color, with blackish face, was known until about 1875, when a wholly black variety was introduced into the West from China. The pug is essentially a house dog, good-tempered and affectionate. Unless restrained, it becomes extremely fat. Its weight should not exceed fifteen pounds; its form should be compact and elegant, though robust, with straight legs, the face much wrinkled and forehead high, the coat smooth and silky, and the tail always tightly curled over the hip. The face and thin, small ears should be black, and in the fawn-colored breed a blackish line should run along the spine.

Pug Dog

The pug is a breed of small, short-haired lap dogs, probably of Oriental origin, and introduced into…

"And the angel said to them: Peace be to you, fear not. For when I was with you, I was there by the will of God: bless ye him, and sing praises to him. I seemed indeed to eat and to drink with you: but I use an invisible meat and drink, which cannot be seen by men. It is time therefore that I return to him that sent me: but bless ye God, and publish all his wonderful works. And when he had said these things, he was taken from their sight, and they could see him no more." Tobit 12:17-21 DRA
<p>After Raphael reveals himself as an angel, he departs back into heaven, leaving Tobit, Tobias, Anna, and Sarah.

Raphael Departs from Tobit and His Family

"And the angel said to them: Peace be to you, fear not. For when I was with you, I was there by the…

A woman chases after the dog for stealing some food. Reynard the Fox was relieved of all the accusations because he proved that all of the other animals were just as guilty of trickery, like Curtois the dog stealing some food.

Reynard the Fox: Curtois Stealing Food

A woman chases after the dog for stealing some food. Reynard the Fox was relieved of all the accusations…

The starving dog, Curtois pulling his leash angrily after Reynard the Fox stole his pudding.

Reynard the Fox: Curtois' Complaint

The starving dog, Curtois pulling his leash angrily after Reynard the Fox stole his pudding.

King Noble's court taking Reynard the Fox to be punished for the tricks he played on all the animals.

Reynard the Fox: Reynard's Sentence

King Noble's court taking Reynard the Fox to be punished for the tricks he played on all the animals.

Reynard the Fox at King Noble's court again, telling his side of the story to Lion and the other animals.

Reynard the Fox: Reynard's Story

Reynard the Fox at King Noble's court again, telling his side of the story to Lion and the other animals.

Reynard the Fox faces Lion, the King and his Queen in a court of animals, all testifying against him because of his many acts of deceit.

Reynard the Fox: The Court of King Noble

Reynard the Fox faces Lion, the King and his Queen in a court of animals, all testifying against him…

Scene from the story, "The Animals and the Mirror."

Rooster and Mirror

Scene from the story, "The Animals and the Mirror."

"And she went, and came and gleaned in the field after the reapers: and her hap was to light on the portion of the field belonging unto Boaz, who was of the family of Elimelech. And, behold, Boaz came from Bethlehem, and said unto the reapers, Jehovah be with you. And they answered him, Jehovah bless thee. Then said Boaz unto his servant that was set over the reapers, Whose damsel is this? And the servant that was set over the reapers answered and said, It is the Moabitish damsel that came back with Naomi out of the country of Moab:" Ruth 2:3-6 ASV
<p>Illustration of Ruth gleaning grain in the fields of Boaz. She is on her knees at the feet of Boaz, who walks with a staff and a dog behind him. His servant tells him about Ruth. Four men and women, also gleaning, watch in the background. A small town and some trees are pictured in the background.

Ruth Meets Boaz While Gleaning in the Fields

"And she went, and came and gleaned in the field after the reapers: and her hap was to light on the…

This sculpture is two dimensional. It represents a dog attacking a duck's nest in high relief style.

Sculpture

This sculpture is two dimensional. It represents a dog attacking a duck's nest in high relief style.

This sculpture is two dimensional. It represents two dogs fighting over a heron's nest in a high relief style.

Sculpture

This sculpture is two dimensional. It represents two dogs fighting over a heron's nest in a high relief…

The deliverer sculpture is a sequel to the faithful friend story by the sculptor. It shows the boy caressing the dog for saving his life from the serpent.

Deliverer Sculpture

The deliverer sculpture is a sequel to the faithful friend story by the sculptor. It shows the boy caressing…

The Faithful Friend Sculpture is a story told by the sculptor. It depicts a boy and his dog attacked by a serpent, and the faithful dog defends the boy by destroying the serpent.

Faithful Friend Sculpture

The Faithful Friend Sculpture is a story told by the sculptor. It depicts a boy and his dog attacked…

A man rescuing two sheep from a blizzard with his dog.

Sheep Rescue

A man rescuing two sheep from a blizzard with his dog.

The skeletal paw of a dog.

Skeletal Paw

The skeletal paw of a dog.

The Fox-terrier is not an old breed, only dating back about a century; but the fox-terrier's cleverness, sharpness, sprightliness, impudence, and pluck endear him wherever he goes. Several special clubs devote their attention to the fostering of this breed in Great Britain and in the United States.

Smooth-coated Fox-terrier

The Fox-terrier is not an old breed, only dating back about a century; but the fox-terrier's cleverness,…

A man carrying firewood and dog walking leaving footprints in the snow. A cottage is seen in the distance. Bare winter trees are along the way.

Walking Through Snow

A man carrying firewood and dog walking leaving footprints in the snow. A cottage is seen in the distance.…

The Soldier with the Princess and dog in "The Tinder-Box."

Soldier and Princess

The Soldier with the Princess and dog in "The Tinder-Box."

"United States troops landing at Baiquiri, Cuba." -Gordy, 1916

Spanish-American War

"United States troops landing at Baiquiri, Cuba." -Gordy, 1916

Two breeds of dog, a Spitz and Collie.

Spitz and Collie

Two breeds of dog, a Spitz and Collie.

Diagrammatic representation of the submaxillary gland of the dog with its nerves and blood vessels. Labels: sm. gld., the submaxillary gland into the duct (sm. d.) of which a cannula has been tied. The sublingual gland and duct are not proceeding from the facial nerve, becoming conjoined with the lingual at n.l'., and afterwards diverging and passing to the gland along the duct; sm. gl., submaxillary ganglion with its roots; n. l., the lingual nerve proceeding to the tongue; a. car., the carotid artery. two branches of which, a. sm. a. and r. sm. p. pass to the anterior and posterior parts of the gland; v. sym., the conjoined vagus and sympathetic trunks; gl. cer. s., the superior cervical ganglion, two branches of which forming a plexus, a.f., over the facial artery are distributed (n.sym.sm.) along the two glandular arteries to the anterior and posterior portion of the gland. The arrows indicate the direction taken by the nervous impulses; during reflex stimulations of the gland they ascend to the brain by the lingual and descend by the chorda tympani.

Submaxillary Gland of Dog with Nerves and Blood Vessels

Diagrammatic representation of the submaxillary gland of the dog with its nerves and blood vessels.…

"Sylvanus and Faunus were Latin divinities, whose characteristics are so nearly the same as Pan that we may safely consider them as the same personage under different names." &mdash;Bulfinch, 1897

Sylvanus

"Sylvanus and Faunus were Latin divinities, whose characteristics are so nearly the same as Pan that…

Tobias, after being sent by his blind father to collect a debt, meets the archangel Raphael on the road. Tobias is kneeling next to a river. He is holding an enormous, open-mouthed fish and looking up at Raphael. The angel is dressed in plain clothes and holds a staff in his right hand. A small animal watches from behind Tobias.

Tobias Meets the Angel Raphael Disguised as His Kinsman

Tobias, after being sent by his blind father to collect a debt, meets the archangel Raphael on the road.…

A cartoon of a man being tripped by a dog on a leash. He drops his umbrella, hat, and book while a young boy cheers behind him.

Tripping Man

A cartoon of a man being tripped by a dog on a leash. He drops his umbrella, hat, and book while a young…

"The Trumpeter's Horse. From the painting by Horace Vernet, in the Hertford Collection, London." -Rees, 1894

The Trumpeter's Horse

"The Trumpeter's Horse. From the painting by Horace Vernet, in the Hertford Collection, London." -Rees,…

A group of Turks.

Turks

A group of Turks.

A unique breed of greyhound. Humble but intelligent, the turnspit, which, despite its vulgarity, appears to be, in part, of this gentle stock. &mdash;Goodrich, 1885

Turnspit

A unique breed of greyhound. Humble but intelligent, the turnspit, which, despite its vulgarity, appears…

A native American man and woman.

Warrior and Squaw

A native American man and woman.

"Jesus saith unto them, Fill the waterpots with water. And they filled them up to the brim. And he saith unto them, Draw out now, and bear unto the ruler of the feast. And they bare it. And when the ruler of the feast tasted the water now become wine, and knew not whence it was (but the servants that had drawn the water knew), the ruler of the feast calleth the bridegroom," John 2:7-9 ASV
<p>Illustration of Jesus at the feast at Cana with his hand outstretched over pitchers as a servant pours water into them. People are gathered at a large table. A small child and a dog are at the table. Three arches, two covered by curtains, are in the background. A bench with a robe on it sits in the foreground.

The Marriage Feast at Cana - Jesus Turns Water into Wine

"Jesus saith unto them, Fill the waterpots with water. And they filled them up to the brim. And he saith…

"The common wolf is of the size of a large dog; its usual color is a yelowish gray: the hair strong and harsh, and the longet around the neck, shoulders, and haunches. The muzzle is black, the upper lip and chin white, the eyes oblique, tail bushy, but carried low: height of shoulder twenty-seven to twenty-nine inches." &mdash;Goodrich, 1885

American Wolf

"The common wolf is of the size of a large dog; its usual color is a yelowish gray: the hair strong…

A gray wolf.

Gray Wolf

A gray wolf.

"It is the size of a small wolf, with short, smooth, hair of dusky yellowish-brown color, barred on the lower part of the back with sexteen black transverse stripes. It is the largest and most powerful carnivorous animal in Australia, is nocturnal in its habits, lives in retired caves, devours kangaroos and other small mammalia." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Tasmanian Wolf

"It is the size of a small wolf, with short, smooth, hair of dusky yellowish-brown color, barred on…

"The common wolf is of the size of a large dog; its usual color is a yelowish gray: the hair strong and harsh, and the longet around the neck, shoulders, and haunches. The muzzle is black, the upper lip and chin white, the eyes oblique, tail bushy, but carried low: height of shoulder twenty-seven to twenty-nine inches." &mdash;Goodrich, 1885

French Wolves

"The common wolf is of the size of a large dog; its usual color is a yelowish gray: the hair strong…