choke chain


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choke chain

choke chain

n
a collar and lead for a dog so designed that if the dog drags on the lead the collar tightens round its neck
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This dog's frozen stance, dispirited expression, and choke chain should be sufficient warning force and fear are used generously at the facility.
Pickles died in 1967 when he was strangled by his choke chain lead that caught on a tree branch while he was chasing a cat near his new home in Surrey.
Although there are reports of ingestion of other objects like mango seed (Singh et al., 2004), choke chain (Saini et al., 2013) and rubber ball (Amy et al., 1992) in dogs.
A BOXER dog's horrific attack on a dad and his two kids was only stopped when a neighbour strangled it to death with a choke chain.
We welcome the fact that access to finance is no longer placing a choke chain around SME growth and its prospects for the future."
Levine points out that canine ascendancy in the American family is clearly reflected in these two ads--not just in inconspicuous tweaks Like a comfortable nylon collar replacing the severe choke chain, but in the context of the biscuit giving itself.
6:47 p.m.: Avery Lane, adult male yellow lab with leather collar and choke chain, no tags, running loose; owner looking for dog at station.
"I knew every day that dawned I was being given another chance, so I started visiting different churches trying to find the answer, trying to break the choke chain. I didn't care about rugby or my inner ear problem.
"Her hands were tied behind her back tightly with the leads and choke chain from the dogs.
Two-Eyes droops from a gold-toned choke chain inserted through its namesake openings, and flaunts the remains of a pair of jeans whose denim has been stripped down to the extent that only a web of seams, hems, and bands remains.
Chasing a cat up a tree, his choke chain caught on a branch and he was strangled.