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  • It's good timing for a lazy, lazy holiday: the doglet hates the 4th due to feeling under attack, so having quiet, soothing monkeys around is just as well for her.

    Barnstorming on an Invisible Segway markgritter 2009

  • This new person objected to the harmless clean quiet doglet.

    giving it away for free Another Outspoken Female 2009

  • And last night was kind of chaotic for the doglet, not very snuggly, so I decided to go with it despite the vertigo.

    Barnstorming on an Invisible Segway 2008

  • The fella who is replacing our back door was on time all considerate-like, too, and after spending several hours being alarmed at the thumpings and bumpings, the doglet is bored with him.

    Barnstorming on an Invisible Segway 2008

  • I nearly picked him up and ran away home with him; I began mentally working out what I was going to tell Jym about this tiny, wiggling, spindly-legged, butter-colored doglet and how I came to puppy-nap him from the big-eyed child who was happily clutching his leash beside the Target parking lot.

    monday is made for disjointed messages of greeting wyldkyss 2004

  • Regulars in Teetsville know that I have one sweet angel of a precious boy doglet, named Dag, (also known as the hog humping monkey lover) and one uncivilized idiot girl dog who is destructive and annoying.

    wilberteets Diary Entry wilberteets 2003

  • "Well, he can't follow me!" said the surging William, in whose mind's eye lingered the vision of an exquisite doglet, with pink-ribboned throat and a cottony head bobbing gently over a filmy sleeve.

    Seventeen 1915

  • In charming and tender-colored fabrics, fluffy and cool and summery, she was specklessly dry; not a drop had touched even the little pink parasol over her shoulder, not one had fallen upon the tiny white doglet drowsing upon her arm.

    Seventeen 1915

  • She laughed a laugh like a sweet little girl's laugh (not Jane's) and, setting her rocking-chair in motion, cuddled the fuzzy white doglet in her arms.

    Seventeen 1915

  • It was the figure of a tiny doglet, and it reposed upon the black masculine knees that belonged to the evening bosom.

    Seventeen 1915


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  • A dog that is smaller than most puppies, but is clearly an adult dog. Most likely to resemble a dachshund or Yorkie.

    December 11, 2006