dog-catcher


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dog-catcher

n
(Professions) chiefly US and Canadian a local official whose job is to catch and impound stray dogs, cats, etc
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Two years hence every office will be ours, from the President down to the local dog-catcher.
Character development is well worth exploring through the film, particularly with some of the minor characters such as the decidedly odd dog-catcher (Frank Woodley) who exclaims 'I'm not weird
There's no better experience than getting involved in a presidential race because you truly do absorb so much more information than, say, running for dog-catcher like I did in Texas," Bush said to a group of his father's supporters on a conference call, according to the Houston Chronicle.
The first dog-catcher in Wales, chosen by Newport Borough Council, is Mr Trevor Riley, of Maes Glas Avenue, Newport.
Police subdued one of the animals with a fire extinguisher and a dog-catcher pole while a passer-by dragged the other into a cage.