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  • v. Present participle of kennel.

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Examples

  • They argue that microchipping is minimal to the lifetime cost of owning a dog – it costs between £5 and £30 – and saves local authorities money on kennelling stray dogs.

    Beware of the law when it comes to dangerous dogs

  • The cost of kennelling has risen from £1.35 million in 2008/09 to £2.65 million last year. characters left.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • The cost to the taxpayer of kennelling dogs in London this year is over £2.5 million, he said.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • The court was told the "one-off incident" had cost unemployed Boyle more than £2000 in vet bills and kennelling.

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  • We are asking for the public, organizations and animal groups to help support / assist in areas of potential intake, evacuation, feeding, care, fostering, kennelling, transport and donations.

    Winnipeg Sun

  • For pets on the Costa del Sol we can offer a complete service from kennelling and vets visits to the issuing of the new EU Pet Passports.

    thinkSPAIN - The leading English Spanish website

  • The owner must pay a $21-per-day kennelling fee for holding the dogs at the Logan Avenue pound, Dack said.

    Winnipeg Sun

  • "I would have seen thee before but had to attend to the kennelling of the hounds.

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  • "People don't make arrangements, people forget to book in a house-sitter or forget to book into a local cattery or kennelling facility.

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