When Eddy the Rac disappears from the ranch, a search for the fugitive leads Hank, along with Drover and Little Alfred, into the lair of the dreaded Black-Hooded Hangmans.
September can get pretty hot on the ranch, and as the head of security, Hank the Cowdog's being extra vigilant to ensure safety for all. But when a huge prairie fire looms on the horizon in the middle of the night, Hank finds himself in a sticky situation, trapped in a henhouse after another dirty trick from Pete the barn cat. Can Hank warn the family in time, save the ranch, and possibly get revenge on his feline enemy? Not without a lot of bumbling, stumbling, and grumbling--and Hank's goofy, crowd-pleasing sense of humor.
There's never a dull moment when Hank the Cowdog is around. In this next installment to the long-running series, Hank gets the ride of his life when Slim's pickup truck breaks down and they end up with a brand-new model on loan while the old one gets fixed. But a ranch dog like Hank isn't used to power windows and door locks, and he manages to get himself in a whole heap of trouble with just one push of a button! Will Hank be able to find a way out of this latest mess?
Sally May's new vegetable garden is invaded by a burrowing robot. Hank the Cowdog, Head of Ranch Security, investigates but then is implicated as the perpetrator. In exile, Hank meets his old friend, Madame Moonshine, who helps clear Hank's name. Number 42 in the Hank series.
Hank hitches a ride to town and finds his sister and her children are the target of a neighborhood bully. Hank devises an ingenious plan to ensnare the enemy.
On a tip from Pete the Barncat, Hank goes in search of the fabled pot of chicken at the end of the rainbow but run into two coyote brothers.
It's scrap day on the ranch a glorious day for Hank, his sidekick, Drover, and Pete the Barncat. But when two unusual-looking creatures are seen flying nearby, the Head of Ranch Security finds himself dealing with an invasion by a couple of ancient dinosaur birds!
Hank sticks his nose where it doesn't belong adn ends up with a dreaded double bumblebee sting.
When Hank hears a rumor that the sky is going to fall from the ranch's resident rooster, he is naturally a bit skeptical. But when a report from Pete the Barncat and a strange dream seem to support the theory, Hank knows that he'd better take the threat seriously. After all, as Head of Ranch Security, it's his job to protect the ranch from any and all danger. So Hank decides that he'll do whatever it takes to prevent the sky from falling on his beloved ranch. Even if it means getting into trouble with Sally May (again). . . .
Hank finds the ranch has been invaded by a fox with a fiddle. Can Hank resist the lure of the music long enough to run that rascal off his territory?
On Halloween, Hank hears a strange sound in the cake house and is sure it is a ghost. Can Hank rid the ranch of this unwanted visitor? Or will he be spooked for good?
Hank doesn't like cats. So when a mother cat and her kittens start livijg in a haystack, he tries to get them to leave. But they have no where to go and Hank has to protect them from a bull.
When Sally May and Loper are out of town for a wedding, Hank knows it's up to him to keep things under control. A vicious bull is terrorizing the north pasture, and Hank has to find a way to stop him.
Belulah, the collie of Hank's dreams, snubs him in favor of Plato the Bird Dog, but when she is in the clutches of a ruthless cannibal, Hank knows he's the only dog tough enough to save her.
Sally May and Loper are away. Slim's down with measles. A blizzard hits the ranch. It's up to Hank the Cowdog to sort it all out. Number 33 in the Hank series.
Hank joins Slim on a stakeout to catch the theives stealing calves from Uncle Johnny's pasture.
Plato the Bird Dog is missing and Beulah asks Hank for help finding him. Before he can catch the scent of the spotted bird-dog, he finds himself face-to-face with an angry mother hog.
Hank devises a plan to get rid of Pete the Barncat, but sticking to his evil plot is more difficult than he imagined.
Hank learns about a tool thief on the loose who uses a monkey to help him do his dirty work. And before long, Hank finds himself face-to face with the pilfering primate! Can Hank help to stop the criminals in their tracks, or will the crooks get away to continue their monkey business?
Hank the Cowdog Head of ranch security is on the case in his fiftieth mystery! And this is no ordinary, run-of-the-mill ranch intrigue. No sir, this is a real, honest-to-goodness archaeological adventure! when an old friend of Slim's starts an archaeological dig near the ranch, it doesn't take long before little Alfred gets caught up in the excitement. And once Alfred manages to get himself invited to the dig, it isn't long before Hank follows. once there, Hank finds himself face-to-face with the most ancient of bones a huge bison bone that Hank just knows has been aged to delicious perfection. Hank should be protecting the bone, but can he keep his doggie instincts at bay and uphold his position? or will the most ancient of bones get the best of him?
When Hank's three juicy T-bones disappear before he can enjoy them, he's sure there's a dreaded Bone Monster loose on the ranch.
Tuerto the Killer Stud Horse breaks free and it's up to Hank to protect Little Alfred's cousins.
The ranch is in the middle of a sweltering heat wave and to make matters worse, Bruiser the Rottweiler is loose, attacking a defenseless fawn and threatening to come after Hank!
There's a new dog on the ranch, and Hank's none too pleased about it. He's supposed to keep an eye on Jake, but Jake has other plans.
Hank the Cowdog is at it again! There's a burglar on the loose, and he's robbing houses with the help of a super-sneaky, super stinky secret weapon. As Head of Ranch Security, Hank knows it's his job to protect the ranch and all the buildings on it. So when a suspicious character comes sniffing around Slim's bachelor shack, Hank heads right into action. But does Hank have what it takes to save the day even after getting caught in the line of fire?
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