A canine pet owned by a person for fun and companionship. It is fed, loved, and cared for.

A canine working partner owned by a rancher to help herd animals. It is fed, loved, and cared for.

An animal companion who shares living space with a yuppie or a dink couple. It is spoiled rotton and treated far better than many people. It serves in lieu of a child, is never disciplined, and is the favorite topic of conversation.
Samantha and her dog walk along the river each day.
by Tuna Wanda May 14, 2005
Origin: Australia, Western Suburbs


an action done, which requires a person to leave someone or a group of people for something else

other words : doggage, dogged (past tense)

John: Ay my gf just called i have to leave

Paul: Far man your such a dog

Bob: hey did u hear wat john did?

Alvin: yeh man dats jst doggage
by thatguy010101 April 24, 2009
delusions of grandeur;a person who tells stories to make it seem like they are more than they are.
I refuse to talk to that D.O.G. whenever he comes in here. i don't have the patience for his stories.
by Melissa NY January 23, 2009
A canine pack animal who loves human companionship.
Eats cats. Can take down large game. Doesn't sleep all day. Guards the house. Slobbers on the in-laws. Working animal. Easy to train. Happily greets you when you come home. Has good taste in furniture, particularly when eating said furniture.
Most of all, the dog is a great human companion.
Not a cat.
Owner: This is my dog, Butch.
In-law: Oh what a cute- AGH! My shoes!

Owner: Butch, I'm home!!
Butch: *happy greeting*

by Lycanthrope April 09, 2008
a person who is down with you
JL smith is my dog she know's what i am talking about.
by jmw54 November 14, 2006
look someone up and down or give a dirty look.
she was totally dogging me.
by penelope jordache September 13, 2006
Beer, particularily Newcastle Brown Ale, a beer popular in The UK, Australia & the USA. The term started as a Geordie euphemism for slipping out to the pub i.e. "I'm going to walk the dog" or "I'm going to see a man about a dog" and has since become synonymous with this brand of beer.
"I'll have a bottle of dog please mate."
by Ager August 22, 2006
What you call your homies
Yo dog what's happening?
by Bam bam chicken and ham December 05, 2014

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