Essay On My Pet In English Translation

1A domesticated carnivorous mammal that typically has a long snout, an acute sense of smell, non-retractable claws, and a barking, howling, or whining voice.

Canis familiaris, family Canidae (the dog family); probably domesticated from the wolf in the Mesolithic period. The dog family also includes the wolves, coyotes, jackals, and foxes

  1. 1.1A wild animal of the dog family.
    • ‘We watched the wild cats and dogs frolicking in the winter sunlight.’
    • ‘Teufel-hunden were originally known as the wild, ferocious mountain dogs of Bavarian folklore.’
    • ‘In most mammals, adult play is rare, but it is common in dolphins, members of the dog family, great apes and, of course, humans.’
    • ‘Last night I watched a documentary on the Golden Jackals of Africa - dogs nearly identical to Jasper.’
    • ‘Among dogs, the family that preys together stays together.’
    • ‘In this matter of going, readily do dogs, jackals and the like, know when they move on that they are moving.’
    • ‘The thing is Robyn we've got the numbers here and as you said it's quite a large proportion if you like of Wild African dogs in captivity in Australia.’
    • ‘To all dog owners, the call goes out, keep you dogs under control day and night, as the lambing season is upon us now and many have been savaged by roaming dogs in some areas already.’
  2. 1.2The male of an animal of the dog family, or of some other mammals such as the otter.
    as modifier‘a dog fox’
    • ‘It is obvious therefore that not only pregnant and nursing vixens are killed, but also the dog fox, on whom the vixen and cubs often rely for food.’
    • ‘A male, or dog, otter can range over six to eight miles, far further than a female.’
    • ‘In the Landrover in which I was travelling was a large dog fox.’
    • ‘With his hair tinged by the sun's rays, he looked like a dog fox who'd out-witted his pursuers once again.’
    • ‘The male dog otter measured 41.5 inches in length with a girth of 26 inches.’
    • ‘The big dog otter probably got as much of a fright as he did, it about-turned and leapt into the water.’
    • ‘‘I am looking for a young animal, either a dog or a bitch, that has a bit of attitude,’ he said.’
    • ‘A member of the waterworks department shot a fine dog otter on the lower Rivington reservoir.’
    • ‘As I made my way back to my car, a dog fox trotted across the road in front of me, stopped, looked me up and down and then carried on, completely unconcerned.’
  3. 1.3the dogsBritish informal Greyhound racing.
    ‘a night at the dogs’
    • ‘People went to football in the afternoon, went to the dogs in the evening and took the train home.’
  • ‘‘All dogs have an intense sense of smell, and every dog likes to sniff,’ Smith said.’
  • ‘The sun shone, people were walking the dog, airing the child, spring cleaning their souls.’
  • ‘The top five dogs of each breed are invited to attend.’
  • ‘Her size makes it impractical to use her as a patrol dog, but her sense of smell is so keen she can detect even trace amounts of drugs.’
  • ‘Secondly, rabid stray dogs do not observe boundaries.’
  • ‘People let their dogs foul in public places and leave it for somebody else to worry about.’
  • ‘A woman in Hastings is walking a small dog on a leash.’
  • ‘He could almost feel them out there; it was time to call the dogs to heel.’
  • ‘She heard a car door shut and a muffled voice calming the dog who now went from barking to a whine.’
  • ‘Domesticated dogs arose from wolves that somehow became accustomed to living among people.’
  • ‘Her attack dog is a mutt, and, as everyone knows, mongrels are healthier than pedigreed dogs.’
  • ‘The neighbor's dog barked relentlessly, giving the night a heartbeat to add to his own.’
  • ‘Mr. Mason's hunting dogs weren't barking their heads off for once, which was new.’
  • ‘He said, ‘It's kind of like a hound dog chasing a rabbit.’’
  • ‘I think it's okay to keep pet dogs on a leash and birds in a cage.’
  • ‘However, there have been several instances where citizens have been bitten by stray dogs.’
  • ‘Don't overlook books and videos on training hunting dogs.’
  • ‘The enamel carried a scene of hunting dogs chasing a hare.’
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