dog (part of speech: noun)
dingo, boarhound, dog, terrier, French poodle, beagle, Pekinese, Pomeranian, boxer, Afghan, setter, wolfhound, whippet, golden retriever, mastiff, Aberdeen terrier, Irish setter, Cairn terrier, Dalmatian, griffon, hound, greyhound, Yorkshire terrier, bloodhound, Labrador retriever, chow, Great Dane, pointer, collie, foxhound, German shepherd, pug, husky, English setter, dachshund, St. Bernard, bull terrier, Irish wolfhound, poodle, toy poodle, cocker spaniel, basset hound, Scotch terrier, Welsh terrier, Airedale, schnauzer, Siberian wolfhound, spitz, Borzoi, Chihuahua, sheep dog, Samoyed, Doberman pinscher, spaniel, bulldog
- Three years ago his master got a nice retriever dog, and to this dog Timby was at first exceedingly cruel, but latterly he grew very much attached to it; and as often as he can spare a rabbit he brings it to the dog's kennel, and seems pleased to see him devour it. - "The Domestic Cat", Gordon Stables.
- The first thing I saw was an enormous black retriever dog sitting in the middle of the hearth- rug with his ears cocked up, listening to the Doctor who was reading aloud to him from a letter. - "The Voyages of Doctor Dolittle", Hugh Lofting.
- Joan and John Spence were practically alone, except for Spence's wise and calm retriever. - "The Honour of the Clintons", Archibald Marshall.