dog pound

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: pound - a public enclosure for stray or unlicensed dogs; "unlicensed dogs will be taken to the pound"
enclosure - a structure consisting of an area that has been enclosed for some purpose
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Dog Pound, a loose American remake of the 1979 original, is without doubt the most successful.
It seems that T Llewellyn is somewhat suspicious of the motives at the Cardiff dog pound, and reading the piece I can understand that pounds 46 does seem a lot for one day's board, but at least the dog was returned safe.
Cardiff dog pound picked up my dog from Tremorfa, and impounded him until I coughed up pounds 46.37 for one day.
Around two weeks ago she was handed into the Rhondda Cynon Taf Council dog pound by a woman who had found her in the Tylorstown area of the Rhondda.
DOG POUND Cert 18, 91mins In the 30-odd years since Alan Clarke's ferocious Scum, there've been several attempts to become the daddy of juvenile delinquent dramas, from Sean Penn's Bad Boys to Larry Clark's Kids.
Eight-year-old Sandy is now at a dog pound which hopes to find a new home for him.
It turned out Holly, now 14, became a stray and ended up in a Doncaster dog pound - 40 miles from the Tyler's home in Eagle, near Lincoln.
He was found wandering the streets of Wolverhampton three days later by the RSPCA who took him to a local dog pound where they discovered he had been microchipped.
THESE gorgeous puppies were handed into a dog pound along with 10 other pups - just days after Christmas.
FROM a visit to Cardiff dog pound to a session behind the controls of a fork lift truck, teenagers have been getting a taste of working life.