He'll be able to hunt around while the rest of you lie doggo and wait.
We should, therefore, have to find some cover where we could lie doggo until the excitement passed.
If he were lucky, he might lie doggo; but there was no other course.
To stay in hiding; secrete oneself; lay low •Chiefly British: You better lie doggo a while till it blows over
[1893+; probably fr the silent and unobtrusive behavior of a hunting or herding dog when stalking]
In hiding; quiet and unobtrusive; low-profile: Hamilton, lying doggo since killing the Chicago detective/ Even doggo prospects like anthropologists and landscape architects, we learn, are still in demand (1893+ British)