Tirelessly teaching Hola to sit and stay helped Marty sober up, and together they passed the program's canine Good Citizen test.
But once black executives began to get a leg up in the business they did what canine do when lifting a leg.
Me & Dog is off to a promising start and Mary Magdalene has some canine companionship.
Fly had subsequently come to the attention of the media and was about to become a canine celebrity.
Right after all the parades for record-setting grain harvests and successful launches of canine cosmonauts.
The canine gnawing audible on the Pebble-bank had been repeated ever since at each tide, but the pebbles remained undevoured.
The canine party he meets in Battle Row misonderstands a sityooation.'
His foible is a canine appetite for popularity and fame; but he will get over this.
While I did so, Neche mouched about among them with canine inquisitiveness.
One would hardly credit the multifarious channels through which this canine scourge can be propagated.
"pointed tooth," late 14c., from Latin caninus "of the dog," genitive of canis "dog" (source of Italian cane, French chien), from PIE root *kwon- "dog" (cf. Greek kyon, Old English hund, Old High German hunt, Old Irish cu, Welsh ci, Sanskrit svan-, Avestan spa, Russian sobaka (apparently from an Iranian source, e.g. Median spaka), Armenian shun, Lithuanian šuo). The noun meaning "dog" is first recorded 1869.
c.1600, of teeth, from canine (n.) or Latin caninus. Meaning "pertaining to a dog or dogs" is from 1620s.
canine ca·nine (kā'nīn)
Of, relating to, or characteristic of members of the family Canidae.
Of, relating to, or being one of the pointed conical teeth located between the incisors and the first bicuspids.
An animal of the family Canidae, especially a dog.
A canine tooth.