He was like the bloodhound, which pursues its quarry as long as it has breath in its body—only to overwhelm it with caresses.
As Running Rabbit had said, on the trail of a cattle-thief he was as relentless as a bloodhound.
Then he looked round to see where Jimmy's bloodhound, Faithful, was.
He staggered to his feet, and saw that his visitors were the two villains, Maggot and bloodhound.
The Indian replied by a cry somewhat similar, as the bloodhound utters his wild bay on seeing his victim before him.
One was the wolf-dog of the country, the other a Spanish bloodhound.
I have known of the cross between them and the mastiff being taught to follow the scent of a man almost as truly as a bloodhound.
Carlos knew of no other bloodhound in the settlement—the one heard must be that of the mulatto.
The true English bloodhound is not the mongrel beast that was used in slavery days, but is a finely developed and reliable dog.
Upon it, in great white letters, was painted the name, "The bloodhound."