my dog

my dog

and my dawg and my dogg
n. my friend; my “pet” and companion. Jane’s my dawg. We cruise together.
See also: dog
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Next thing I know, I'm either engaged in friendly conversation, or being chewed out for using my dog as bait to meet them.
During my "previous life" as a nursing home director of social services, nothing I did for our residents seemed to have a more immediate positive impact than bringing my dog, an almost-springer spaniel named Kelley, to work with me.
I know I'm always much happier communicating with my dog under adverse conditions.
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I don't look like my dog,'' said Hyams, 74, of Van Nuys, in a thick cockney accent.
Everything I do is revolved around my dog,'' Goldberg said.
The owner said, don't worry, my dog won't bite you,'' and promptly lost his grip on the dog's leash.
I know my dog is somewhere safe,'' said Orrante, who's still reeling from the unexpected death last September of another dog, Cosmo.
When the city has plenty of money to build in-line skating rinks and plenty of money to light fields for nighttime baseball practice, I have to ask what about my dog and I?
There's one guy, when I was away he came over and took my dog to the park.
I have devoted the last three years to my dogs and this race, which will attract over 10,000 spectators, 2,000 volunteers, 75 teams, 40 veterinarians, and 20 teachers, who will go along the trail and participate in chat rooms with schoolchildren around the nation.
The idea of sticking my dogs in a cage is abhorrent.
My dogs are wonderful companions, and I know firsthand what a great addition they are to the household.
Anything I can do with my dogs, I enjoy,'' Carloni said.
I vote yes, yes and yes for all three of my dogs,'' Gunther said.