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Teufel the Terrier; Or the Life and Adventures of an Artist's Dog

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100 pages1 hour

Summary

First published in 1890, "Teufel the Terrier; Or the Life and Adventures of an Artist's Dog" is a collection of wonderful illustrated stories recounting the various antics of the author's dog, 'Teufel'. These real-life dog tales are both amusing and entertaining, and will appeal to dog lovers of all ages. Contents include: "How The Story Of The Terrier Commonly Called 'Teufel' Came To Be Written", "In Which Teufel Is Born", "He Comes Up To London, Is Introduced To Studio Life, And Is Christened", "Am Advised To Execute Teufel, But Decline With Thanks", "Teufel Goes On The Loose", "Mrs, Halfpenny's Parlour, And The Bill For 'Damidges'", "We Take The House-boat 'Patience' And Live On The River Thames", "Ratting And Fishing", etc. Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. We are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality addition complete with the original text and artwork.

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