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.
References in classic literature ?
But Lip-hp had lived his life in camp and had fought many puppy fights.
If the puppy had not had an iron constitution he would have died from over-stuffing and over-handling.
The hair rose about his neck, and he growled as though a stranger were at the door; then he barked joyously, and rolled on the ground, and bit at Kotuko's boot like a puppy.
Sometimes it sounded as though a blind puppy were squeaking above the lamp; then as if a stone were being ground on hard ice; and again, like muffled blows on a drum; but all dragged out and made small, as though they travelled through a little horn a weary distance away.
Molnar, who was registered with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and advertised as a 'mobile vet',' was brought to justice when a retired teacher from Renfrewshire, Scotland, turned detective after she bought a dachshund puppy called Janet from him for PS700.
The data suggests Britain is a prime destination for puppy smugglers who want a quick sale.
BETWEEN 2015 AND 2017 841puppies were intercepted on their way into Great Britain 671of those were deemed illegal and were seized and quarantined 80% of those found to be illegal were: The average price paid each puppy in Great PS1,000 PS1,570 PS880 Dachshunds French bulldogs and Pugs spent an average of PS849per smuggled puppy on medical costs quarantine But 40puppies died before they could be rehomed due to poor breeding, illness, and conditions of travel
Animal Planet will be airing its annual Puppy Bowl on Super Bowl Sunday.
AF L I N T S H I R E Labour politician has highlighted the plight of smuggled puppies imported to fuel the Christmas puppy trade.
We are calling for a ban on the sale of puppies by pet shops and other so-called third party dealers, a trade that relies on animals supplied by horrendous puppy farms.
A WARNING has been issued to prospective puppy buyers in the run-up to Christmas.
I've doled out training and management advice to dog-owning families expecting babies (of the human kind), guided adopters in their selection of a puppy or adult dog, and counseled clients on what to do after their shiny new puppy finally arrives.