- n. Plural form of kennel.
“And how can you just pick people up and conceal their identity, put hoods over their heads, chain them and drag them around and put them in what we call kennels, which you usually think of as places for dogs, treat them that way and never say who they are and never say what charges they are?”
“When added to the number of breeding dogs permanently housed in kennels statewide, this translates to more than 1.5 million lives affected each year by these new regulations.”
“My dogs don't live in kennels and are a part of the family mistake or not.”
“But as they say in kennels and pet circles everywhere: maybe the dogs just didn't like the dog food!”
“Our wards get full, then empty as patients are flown to Germany or, if Iraqi, discharged into the local medical system—a health care nightmare we call the kennels.”
“Some show-dog breeders don't actually live with their dogs (the dogs stay in kennels), and so are willing to put up with bad traits in a single-minded pursuit of the perfect coat or the half-pricked ear.”
““You mean,” Villa Kennan challenged, “that these head-hunting cannibals ashore here keep records of pedigrees and maintain kennels; for surely this absurd adventurer of a dog is as proper an”
“The visit of the hunting minister to a kennels is a very welcome, and strong, show of support from this government.”
“Its members meet in clubs called kennels, refer to one another as hounds or hares, and exist for the enjoyment of exercise, camaraderie, and beer—not necessarily in that order.”
“You mean," Villa Kennan challenged, "that these head-hunting cannibals ashore here keep records of pedigrees and maintain kennels; for surely this absurd adventurer of a dog is as proper an”
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