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  • n. Plural form of granddog.


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  • Three of our "granddogs", all intact, live in Albuquerque.

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  • I have two granddogs, a boxer who is a therapy dog and a boxer mix.

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  • Irene Belanger, 71, and her husband live in a retirement complex in Goffstown, N.H., and they aren't allowed to have any dogs, but that doesn't stop her from shopping for her "granddogs."

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  • Summer and Ernie are my granddogs; they belong to my son, Mike, and his wife, Crescent.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: What I Learned from the Dog

  • The closest thing I have to grandchildren are my two granddogs.

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  • For those that appreciate such things; granddogs Pearl the lurcher and six- month old Maty, the tazi, with Maty's first hare.

    Killer Hounds

  • We now have 5, yes 5, dogs at my humble little house. 3 granddogs and then my 2.

    grizmom Diary Entry

  • Later, they enjoyed time with their four grandchildren - Jesse, Elliot, Charlotte and Max - and five granddogs.

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  • He loved his golden retrievers, Lucy and Katie and granddogs, Wyatt and Rio.


  • They often bring not only their families to Grover, but also the Shieders '"granddogs."

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