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to kennel a dog/dogs; to keep a dog/dogs in the kennel / in kennels einen Hund in der Hundehütte halten; Hunde (in Hundehütten) halten {vt}

kennelling [Br.]; kenneling [Am.] haltend

kennelled [Br.]; kenneled [Am.] gehalten [listen]

to go to the dogs; to go to hell in a handbasket/handcart [Am.] [fig.] kaputtgehen; den Bach runtergehen; vor die Hunde gehen [übtr.]

to have gone to the dogs/to hell in a handbasket heruntergekommen sein

The restaurant is going to the dogs. Mit dem Restaurant geht's bergab.

chevy; chivy; coursing; hunt (hunting with dogs) [listen] Hetze {f}; Hatz {f}; Hetzjagd {f}

true dogs (zoological tribe) Echte Hunde {pl} (Canini) (zoologische Tribus) [zool.]

poop scooper; pooper scooper (dog owner who removes his dogs' solid waste in a public area) Hundebesitzer {m}, der die Haufen seines Hundes (im öffentlichen Raum) entfernt

dog racing; greyhound racing; dogs [listen] Hunderennen {n}; Hundewettrennen {m}; Windhundrennen {n}

ban on dogs Hundesperre {f}

bird dogs [Am.] Jagdhunde {pl} für Federwild [zool.]

Canes Venatici (hunting dogs) Jagdhunde {pl} [astron.] (Sternbild)

tail-docking of dogs; tailing of dogs Kupieren {n} von Hunden

requirement to keep dogs on a lead [Br.]/leash [Am.] Leinenzwang {m}; Leinenpflicht {f} [adm.]

requirement to keep dogs muzzled Maulkorbzwang {m}; Maulkorbpflicht {f} [adm.]

ear-cropping of dogs Ohrenkupieren {n} bei Hunden

scent hounds; scenthounds (hound dogs) Spürhunde {pl} (Jagdhunde) [zool.]

distemper (of dogs) Staupe {f} (Krankheit bei Hunden) [zool.]

flushing dogs; flushing breeds (hound dogs) Stöberhunde {pl} (Jagdhunde) [zool.]

sighthounds; gazehounds (rare) (hound dogs) Windhunde {pl} (Jagdhunde) [zool.]

Barking dogs seldom bite. [prov.] Bellende Hunde beißen nicht. [Sprw.]

Let sleeping dogs lie.; Never trouble trouble till trouble troubles you. Schlafende Hunde soll man nicht wecken. [Sprw.]

If you lie down with dogs, you will get up with fleas. [prov.] Wer mit Hunden zu Bett geht, steht mit Flöhen wieder auf. [Sprw.]

stop pin; trip dog; detent Anschlagbolzen {m}; Anschlagsstift {m} [techn.]

stop pins; trip dogs; detents Anschlagbolzen {pl}; Anschlagsstifte {pl}

retrieving dog; retrieving breed; retriever (hunting dog) Apportierhund {m} (Jagdhund) [zool.]

retrieving dogs; retrieving breeds; retrievers Apportierhunde {pl}

working dog Arbeitshund {m}; Gebrauchshund {m} [zool.]

working dogs Arbeitshunde {pl}; Gebrauchshunde {pl}

and stuff [coll.] und so was in der Art; und so was; und Co. [ugs.]

cats and dogs and stuff Katzen und Hunde und so was; Katzen und Hunde und Co.

assistance dog; service dog (working dog) Assistenzhund {m}; Rehabilitationshund {m} (Arbeitshund) [zool.]

assistance dogs; service dogs Assistenzhunde {pl}; Rehabilitationshunde {pl}

bench dog Bankhaken {m} [mach.]

bench dogs Bankhaken {pl}

companion dog Begleithund {m}; Gesellschaftshund {m} [zool.]

companion dogs Begleithunde {pl}; Gesellschaftshunde {pl}

guide dog; seeing eye dog Blindenhund {m}

guide dogs; seeing eye dogs Blindenhunde {pl}

dachshund; sausage dog [humor.]; wiener dog [Am.] [humor.] Dachshund {m}; Dackel {m}; Teckel {m} (Jägersprache) [zool.]

dachshunds; sausage dogs; wiener dogs Dachshunde {pl}; Dackel {pl}; Teckel {pl}

diabetes alert dog Diabetes-Warnhund {m}; Hypo-Hund {m} [ugs.] [med.] [zool.]

diabetes alert dogs Diabetes-Warnhunde {pl}; Hypo-Hunde {pl}

police dog; dog used for policy/security work; working dog Diensthund {m}

police dogs; dogs used for policy/security work; working dogs Diensthunde {pl}

off-leash running (dogs) Freilauf {m} (Hunde)

while running off-leash im Freilauf

dog; cramp iron; cramp [listen] [listen] Gerüstklammer {f}; Rüstklammer {f} [constr.]

dogs; cramp irons; cramps [listen] Gerüstklammern {pl}; Rüstklammern {pl}

lucky beggar; lucky devil; lucky dog Glückspilz {m}

lucky beggars; lucky devils; lucky dogs Glückspilze {pl}

livestock guardian dog /LGD/ Herdenschutzhund {m} [zool.]

livestock guardian dogs Herdenschutzhunde {pl}

gambol; (good) romp Herumtollen {n}; Tollerei {f} [ugs.]

Dogs love a good romp through the woods. Hunde mögen es, wenn sie im Wald herumtollen können.

herding dog; pastoral dog; shepherd dog; sheep dog (working dog) Hirtenhund {m}; Hütehund {m}; Schäferhund {m} (Arbeitshund) [zool.]

herding dogs; pastoral dogs; shepherd dogs; sheep dogs Hirtenhunde {pl}; Hütehunde {pl}; Schäferhunde {pl}

farm dog Hofhund {m} [agr.]

farm dogs Hofhunde {pl}

dog; dawg (used to represent American speech) [listen] Hund {m} [zool.] [listen]

dogs; dawgs [listen] Hunde {pl}

domestic dog; pet dog Haushund {m}

boading dog Pflegehund {m}

dogs with a strong hunting instinct jagdlich ambitionierte Hunde

to train a dog einen Hund abrichten

to unleash the dogs die Hunde loslassen

let sleeping dogs lie [prov.] keine schlafenden Hunde wecken [Sprw.]

to kennel a dog (in a place) einen Hund (an einem Ort) unterbringen {vt}

kennelling [Br.]; kenneling [Am.] unterbringend

kennelled [Br.]; kenneled [Am.] untergebracht

The Earl's hound dogs were kennelled behind the stables. Die Jagdhunde des Grafen waren (in Hundehütten) hinter den Ställen untergebracht.

The prize-winning dogs have been kennelled at the nearby estate for three years. Die prämierten Hunde sind seit drei Jahren auf dem nahegelegenen Landgut untergebracht.

she dog Hündin {f}

she dogs Hündinnen {pl}

wild dog Hyänenhund {m} [zool.]

wild dogs Hyänenhunde {pl}

hunting dog; hunter; hound dog; hound; gun dog (for small game) (working dog) [listen] [listen] Jagdhund {m} (Arbeitshund) [zool.]

hunting dogs; hunters; hound dogs; hounds; gun dogs Jagdhunde {pl}

cant-hook; swamp hook; cant-dog; rolling dog Kanthaken {m} [agr.]

cant-hooks; swamp hooks; cant-dogs; rolling dogs Kanthaken {pl}

watch dog; watchdog Kettenhund {m}

watch dogs Kettenhunde {pl}

dog (carpentry) [listen] Klammhaken {m}; Balkhaken {m} (Zimmerei)

dogs [listen] Klammhaken {pl}; Balkhaken {pl}

cleat; chock; dog [listen] Klampe {f}; Klemme {f}; Klaue {f}; Knagge {f}; Mitnehmer {n} [techn.]

cleats; chocks; dogs [listen] Klampen {pl}; Klemmen {pl}; Klauen {pl}; Knaggen {pl}; Mitnehmer {pl}

grooming [listen] Körperpflege {f}; Schönheitspflege {f}

She spends an hour each morning on personal grooming. Sie verwendet allmorgendlich eine Stunde auf Schönheitspflege.

Long-haired dogs need a lot of grooming. Langhaarige Hunde brauchen viel Körperpflege.

shelf warmer; soiled goods; sticker; slow mover [Am.] [listen] Ladenhüter {m} [econ.]

shelf warmers; soiled goods; stickers; slow movers; cats and dogs Ladenhüter {pl}

raccoon dog; mangut Marderhund {m}; Obstfuchs {m}; Enok {m} (Nyctereutes procyonoides) [zool.]

raccoon dogs; manguts Marderhunde {pl}; Obstfüchse {pl}; Enoken {pl}

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