Australian Slag for being 'Ditched' or 'Ditching'
You would say 'Dont Dog it' or 'They Dogged it'

And if a person did something bad to someone els,
or had plans with someone, and didnt show..
they did a 'Dog act'

If someone just isnt a nice person..
or is known to 'Ditch' people, they are known as 'Dogs'
by Geminii October 08, 2011
The police, or more specifically, a group of angry police on a raid. Often arresting people. This term is used in the bogan areas of Australia, and is highly derrogatory.
"Shit, the dogs are here!"
"The dogs just came in and started arresting people."
by Will "Vexus" Moss May 05, 2008
Telephone. From the cockney rhyming slang Dog and Bone = phone
Get on the dog to the betting shop, theres a horse i want to put a fiver on.
by Rich Lawson May 22, 2005
A word used when referring to a friend or companion.
Yo that is my dog over there!
by PimpFoShizzle May 03, 2005
verb: to follow closely behind, or to check (someone) frequently, implies that the action causes some annoyance or interference (from the fact that a pet dog will often follow closely at its master's heels).

Similar in some senses to 'hound' as a verb.
The boss dogged me all morning until I got that report finished.
by Mark Gardner January 27, 2006
A very small horse.
1 - "Look at the size of that horse"

2 - "Well it IS a dog."
by Nechrist March 01, 2009
Amongst Australian criminals Dog is slang for Snitch.
"You're all soft cocks, dogging on your mates in the cop shop. You'll get shot with uncle Chop Chop."

Chopper Read Rap song
by Tolpuddle Martyr April 07, 2011

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