puppy

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puppy

a young dog; pup

Puppy

(dreams)
Puppies may represent playfulness, dependency, and carefree fun. Please look up Dog in order to obtain a full range of possible interpretations.
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First of all, Flush is placed in a pre-Oedipal, infantile position in the Barrett household when we learn that `before he was well out of his puppyhood, Flush was a father'.
From puppyhood to adulthood, toys are fundamental to a pet's mental, psychological, and emotional development.
The ones that have a breed predisposition are usually seen first in puppyhood, such as where the dog reacts against pigment-forming cells.
There is a special section - “The Incredible Journey of Guiding Eyes Dog Adela,” which follows the path of Guiding Eyes dog Adela and her partner Matt Brown - who graduated in the summer of 2012 - from puppyhood to the fulfillment of her destiny as Matt's devoted guide dog.
As questions arise during the course of a pet's life from puppyhood to adulthood to senior citizenship, Dog Basics For Dummies has the answers.
From puppyhood on, my dogs are put up in trailer compartments until they learn to jump in on command--routinely, every day.
But if dogs can visualise the shape of another dog, little Martha may be able to recognise herself, or appreciate her breed from any lingering memories of puppyhood, at least long enough for her to keep quiet as opposed to barking.
Part of the "Our Best Friends" series about caring for one's beloved canine companions, The Yorkshire Terrier covers everything a Yorkshire terrier owner needs to know about feeding, grooming, exercising, housetraining, and keeping one's Yorkshire terrier safe from puppyhood to old age (in dog years).
He is just out of puppyhood, and was refreshed by the week's break.
She likes this,'' said Carty, saying Abby has been raised from puppyhood to feel special.
Gone is the notion that the same food is suitable for your dog from its puppyhood until its old age.