There are a number of bright stars in the constellation of Canis Major.
Canis Major lies southeast of Orion, and is distinguished chiefly by its containing the largest of the fixed stars, Sirius.
Just below the star η, in Canis Major, is another fine group.
On doing which we find, after all, they are not much more like sheep than Canis Major is like a dog.
He made up openly to Canis Major and was shortly on what might almost be considered terms of affection with Venus.
Remember the time they had with those awful five-legged things from Canis Major?
Sirius, with a few other stars of much less lustre, form the constellation of Canis Major.