Once fairly in the valley of the prairie dog, we had a good look at our array.
"I should think you played a joke on the prairie dog," he remarked at last.
Benny Badger hadn't known that there was a prairie dog village so near his den.
But you've gone and dug them on the wrong side of the prairie dog village!
Here and there, he would show me where a snake, a rat, and a prairie dog had crossed the track.
And sometimes there are snakes or an owl in the same hole with the prairie dog.
I knew we must strike the prairie dog, and the cattle were within half a mile of it when day broke.
You never saw me, but I was with you the night you drifted to the prairie dog.
And he dug them all on the other side of the prairie dog village—on the side toward the rancher's home.
"Angle across the plain and enter the trail on the divide, between here and the prairie dog," suggested Priest to his men.
To pop up one's head from an office cubicle: Dilbert depicts prairie-dogging