walkies


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walkies

(ˈwɔːkɪz)
n
the act of taking a dog for a walk
Translations

walkies

[ˈwɔːkɪz] NSINGpaseo m
to go walkiesdar un paseo
to take the dog walkiesllevar al perro de paseo

walkies

plGassi nt; to go walkies (Brit inf) → Gassi gehen (inf)
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Proudly wearing their bandanas, they took part in the RSPCA Halifax, Huddersfield & District Branch's second Big Walkies - a sponsored dog walk for pooches and their owners to show their support for their local RSPCA Centre.
DOG owners - and animals lovers - are being urged to sign up to the RSPCA's Big Walkies in Stockton.
No tools are required to mount the attachment on a pallet truck; instead, its reinforced baseframe has flared openings at the end of each fork channel to receive the forks of all standard electric walkies.
Dogs can take part in either a 3k or a 5k sponsored Big Walkies around Cannon Hill Park, Edgbaston.
Certain models of Toyota and Raymond walkies will sport stickers indicating the units are compatible with Flux LIFT-24V-TRW lithium-ion packs and will not compromise a warranty.
Go Walkies aims to raise money through sponsorship, and the charity's Charli Collins is asking locals to get involved.
The Journal columnist joined PDSA veterinary staff at Walkies - a sponsored dog walk to raise vital money for the pet charity which is aiming to build a new pounds 1.
To register to take part in PDSA Walkies in Calderstones Park animal lovers need to visit www.
It will let him have talkies instead of walkies when his owner is at work.
The charity's Halifax, Huddersfield and district branch is hosting its second Big Walkies and organisers hope to outstrip the swell of support in 2015.
Walkies are designed to handle one or two pallets, and loads of up to 8,000 pounds.