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- n. Food eaten by or appropriate for dogs in general, whether wild or domesticated
- n. Food for domesticated dogs.
- n. Beta software that is tested on the developer’s own computer.
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- n. food prepared for dogs
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“A month’s worth of dog food isn’t going to pay our taxes,” said Ruby’s mom.
Popping the tab, she shakes the wet slabs of dog food into a monogrammed silver supper dish behind Blackjack’s doggy gate.
Mal saw Stefan Heisteke, Prague ‘45, coming off a three-year jag of canned dog food and rape.
She ended up getting toothpaste and Oil of Olay and a box of Puppy Chow, which was the only kind of dog food they had.
So I was overcome with jealousy when my cousin Debbie and her brother, David, were cast in a Dr. Ross dog food commercial in the early ’60s.
She felt like a can of cheap dog food that had been ruptured by a railroad spike.