doggery

doggery

(ˈdɒɡərɪ)
n, pl -geries
1. surly behaviour
2. (Zoology) dogs collectively
3. a mob

Doggery

 a company of dogs, 1843.
References in classic literature ?
So me and the duke went up to the village, and hunted around there for the king, and by and by we found him in the back room of a little low doggery, very tight, and a lot of loafers bullyrag- ging him for sport, and he a-cussing and a-threatening with all his might, and so tight he couldn't walk, and couldn't do nothing to them.
That old fool had made a trade and got forty dollars, and when we found him in the doggery the loafers had matched half-dollars with him and got every cent but what he'd spent for whisky; and when I got him home late last night and found the raft gone, we said, 'That little rascal has stole our raft and shook us, and run off down the river.
In addition to three popular outposts of Flip Burger Boutique and the recently opened Haute Doggery, Blais will be opening The Spence in Atlanta this winter.
She and her husband owned and operated a dog boutique, the Doggery, in Beverly Hills, Calif.
Title: Orts and All - More Ribald Rhymes and Gay Doggery Author: Clive MurphyPublished by: Brick Lane BooksISBN: 0 9541563 1 5Price: GBP9.
Comments: Well-known local hot doggery features beef, turkey and Polish frankfurters.
New brands making their way into the motorway service plazas include The Doggery, Philly Steak & Gyro, Bassett's Original Turkey, Famous Famiglia, Chick-fil-A, and Brioche Doree Cafe & Bakery, as well as Chili's Too and Outback Outpost, featuring their popular appetizers, burgers, salads, and sandwich offerings.
Title: Cave Canem - Ribald rhymes - Gay Doggery Author: Clive Murphy Published by: Brick Lane Books ISBN: 0-9541563-0-7 Price: GBP9.
Expatriate Chicagoans around these parts will undoubtedly relish the opening of both a Chicago-style pizza and beer joint in Woodland Hills and a Chicago-style hot doggery in Canyon Country.