dog (one's) footsteps

(redirected from dogging her footsteps)

dog (one's) footsteps

To appear to follow or accompany one wherever they go. It's a shame, but tragedy has been dogging her footsteps for years.
See also: dog, footstep

dog somebody’s ˈfootsteps

(of a problem or bad luck) seem to follow somebody everywhere: Bad luck seems to have dogged our footsteps from the beginning.
See also: dog, footstep
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EVERY time Ashley McCann came home to find her doormat had been moved, she knew her stalker had been dogging her footsteps yet again.
However, he doesn't bank on the foul-mouthed, gassnorting psychopath who is dogging her footsteps.