growl at

growl at (someone or something)

To make a low, guttural sound or speak in this manner. We slowly backed away as the dog growled at us. The old man growled at me to get out of his yard.
See also: growl

growl at someone or something

to snarl at someone or something. Don't growl at me like that. The dog growled at the cat.
See also: growl
References in classic literature ?
If a rustle took place that Jerry identified as a pig or a chicken, he did not growl at all.
It is usually at this time we get annoyed that our dog has the nerve to growl at us then we 'manhandle' him off the sofa and usually get bitten as both parties are confrontational.
Many owners immediately think, "How dare you growl at me
He likes men even less, but he learns not to growl at them to avoid making you turn mean.
However, the main danger could come in the shape of Ed Walker's Aeolus, who demonstrated sturdy form when finishing fifth behind Brando and Growl at Ayr in September.
o ch An Abso a Ki b ll However, the main danger could come in the shape of Ed Walker's Aeolus, who demonstrated sturdy form when finishing fifth behind Brando and Growl at Ayr in September.
On two occasions during feeding when I stood close it prompted him to stop and growl at me.
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Of course, we don't want our dog to growl at us, but neither do we want him to fail to growl if something makes him uncomfortable; that's very important information in a successful canine-human relationship.
While I don't believe dogs should sleep in their owners' bedrooms far less growl at their guests, I think you just have to accept that if you want to go on being this woman's toyboy, you will have to share her with her beloved dog.