lifting dog

lifting dog

[′lift·iŋ ‚dȯg]
(engineering)
A component part of the overshot assembly that grasps and lifts the inner tube or a wire-line core barrel.
A clawlike hook for grasping cylindrical objects, such as drill rods or casing, while raising and lowering them.
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Other people made valid points however about the reasons why not lifting dog mess could result in a fine and how horses were different.
Taylor proposes lifting dog ban, but other councilors don't bite
My final resolution involves lifting dogs on to consulting room tables for owners and my guess is many vets will sympathise with me on this one.
My left shoulder was killing me from lifting dogs and my tennis elbow felt as if I'd played three matches at Wimbledon.
Other incidents of alleged mistreatment included the beating of a German Shepherd dog with a large wooden handle and lifting dogs using choke-chains.