The man had his back towards us, and before him, standing on its hind legs, was a kangaroo dog.
The kangaroo dog (so called) was a cross between a stag-hound and mastiff, very fast and powerful, and he ran only by sight.
An animal called in the colonies a “kangaroo dog,” led the way; and to this quadruped the young girl directed my attention.
They very much admired our horses and bullocks, and particularly our kangaroo dog.
Gulpin was about forty rods from us, when the lieutenant spoke, and was running almost as rapidly as a kangaroo dog.
A little bull terrier ran out from a tent and caught the kangaroo dog by the throat.
A kangaroo dog was also missing, and supposed to be with him.
Botts was uppermost, when the kangaroo dog seized him by the seat of his breeches.
Our kangaroo dog being very weak, and unable to catch anything, we killed, and lived on him for two days.