kennel

[ UK /kˈɛnə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˈkɛnəɫ/ ]
VERB
  1. put up in a kennel
    kennel a dog
NOUN
  1. outbuilding that serves as a shelter for a dog
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How To Use kennel In A Sentence

  • Louis XIV spent 200,000 gold francs for the construction of the royal kennels at Versailles where he kenneled hunting hounds, truffle terriers and toy poodles.
  • Alexia slipped the leash on the two Westies before bringing them to the kennel just behind the house.
  • And he took off jogging in the direction of the kennels.
  • The charity also revealed it had cost £27,500 to kennel the dogs since they were confiscated in October, 2003.
  • The thieves had scaled two fences and dragged the pup out of her locked kennel and lifted her over the walls, leaving two less valuable dogs behind.
  • Once you have found the kennels or cattery you like you will have to make sure that your pet's vaccinations are up to date, as the kennels or cattery will need to see the vaccination certificates.
  • NEW YORK — A bobbing little pompom put on a peak performance at the Westminster Kennel Club. Westminster Best In Show 2012: Malachy The Pekingese Wins Dog Competition
  • Would each corgi no longer have a full-time kennel maid? Spending review serves up sixpences in a pudding of manure and gravel
  • The rear garden is fully enclosed and has a purpose built kennel.
  • Its outbuildings include a double garage, greenhouse, potting shed, kennels and workshop.
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