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  • v. Present participle of kennel.

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Examples

  • Naugler reportedly demanded $1,700 for what she described as kenneling fees, and when Shadbolt refused, she allegedly put the dog up for sale to cover costs.

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  • We believe that long term kenneling is unhealthy for the animals, therefore A Better Place has volunteer foster families who care for dogs until a forever home

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  • All the men stoking the fire and us cousins sleeping on the carpet by the hearth all night, watching the kenneling split and crack and glow toward ash.

    Muslin

  • The need for kenneling would be nearly eliminated.

    Arcane Circle

  • But no one has good evidence, from experiments or even concentrated observation, of how long a dog carries MRSA before the bug departs, so it was possible that the owner would spend thousands of dollars kenneling the Lab, but find afterward that the dog was still colonized.

    SUPERBUG

  • Mt. Rush explained that his friend had a variety of options for kenneling her pooch, at a varying level of service, and that's just like our current system and what's wrong with that, thank you very much!

    Going to the Dogs

  • The costs the government sought were for collecting, kenneling and euthanizing the dogs.

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  • It's like kenneling the watchdogs because a few foxes and skunks have been removed from the chicken house.

    WHA-A-A-AT?

  • Of course, it would also involve kenneling the pooch ... which would mean taking at least a half day off ... which might not be possible considering my boss will be out that week and we are short-staffed.

    I'm a Keeper, if Only for My Dog-Sitting Abilities

  • Having thus dehumanized those in the custody of the U.S. (and its "extreme rendition" proxies), Bush & Co. have no qualms about torturing them, "disappearing" them, or kenneling them indefinitely and without charge.

    Sadist In Chief

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