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 ?
(We Folk were meat-eaters, as well as vegetarians, and we were adept at catching small game.) The puppy ate the meat and thrived.
Lop-Ear, struggling with the second puppy, scowled at me and intimated by a variety of sounds the different kinds of a fool and a bungler that I was.
`And yet what a dear little puppy it was!' said Alice, as she leant against a buttercup to rest herself, and fanned herself with one of the leaves: `I should have liked teaching it tricks very much, if--if I'd only been the right size to do it!
He did not know the beasts, much less the way of them, but, in his vivid recollection, when he had been a tiny puppy, burned the memory of the hawk, in the middle of the compound, that had dropped down upon him from out of the sky.
But Lip-hp had lived his life in camp and had fought many puppy fights.
Now that his father had named a puppy for him, things looked brighter.
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.
"By Allah," he thundered, "if the afflicted of God come to any harm at your hands, I myself will shoot every hound and every puppy, and the Hunt shall ride no more.
THE RSPCA is urging families thinking of getting a puppy over the summer holidays to consider adopting a rescue pet as new figures reveal that reports in Leicestershire about puppy farms have soared by 247% in the last decade.
Working in partnership with Suzanne Clothier, and following her Enriched Puppy Protocol[TM], GDA implemented a neonatal socialization program utilizing trained staff and volunteer "puppy huggers." (Despite the name, they are discouraged from actually hugging the puppies; hugging is a primate thing, not a canine thing!)