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.
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  • 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.
  • The dog is kenneled at night.
  • News of the fatal attack has prompted enquiries from prospective owners to kennels that raise the dogs, which were originally bred from cattle dogs, mastiffs and bulldogs brought to the Canary Islands by British settlers.
  • Some of the violations described in kennel inspection reports include: Wayne Pacelle: A Dozen More Reasons for Supporting Missouri's Prop B
  • During the luncheon break, commando kennel dogs gave an entertaining display of dancing and attacking skills.
  • Cathleen Cline of Los Angeles holds her vizsla, Marlo Classic That Girl, while watching competition at the 136th annual Westminster Kennel Club dog show, Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2012, in New York. KansasCity.com: Front Page
  • One dog had to be played Verdi on a continuous loop and another had to have his kennel decorated with Aston Villa posters.
  • Come on – that group is a mouthpiece not for animal rescue groups – but kennel owners – a snooty subsegment of the dog-breeding industry. Doggone It, Just Get the Puppy Already - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com
  • However, Kennelly says those who want to just flirt with the trend can get the look without having to splash much cash.
  • The dog, who's known as Vivi, won an award of merit at this week's Westminster Kennel Club show, at $150,000, disappeared today around noon. CNN Transcript Feb 15, 2006
  • Hearing what he said, I could barely keep my anger kenneled.
  • Shots for distemper, heartworm, parvovirus and kennel cough are a must.
  • Add a dose of kennel cough and you could be faced with a medical emergency. Times, Sunday Times
  • We planned to run a kennels, boarding dogs while their owners were on holiday. Times, Sunday Times
  • Whereat Hugo ran from the house, crying to his grooms that they should saddle his mare and unkennel the pack, and giving the hounds The Hound of the Baskervilles
  • Look not for musk in dog's kennel
  • But he would probably need to have his own kennel or place to live outside.
  • They to heel up, kennel up, follow promptly and stand.
  • Domestic pets then had to be taken to other RSPCA centres or to private kennels and catteries, which meant inspectors and animal collectors sometimes had to travel up to 30 miles.
  • Chair pads make great liners for the bottom of the kennels because they are absorbant and make cleaning up most accidents much easier. Advice?
  • Pritch kenneled just fine for the rest of the weekend ... but I must admit that I was a bit surprised to see her turn tail and leave me in the dust. What Would You Do?
  • As well as poultry sheds, they make everything from rabbit hutches and dog kennels to smaller homes for hamsters and ferrets.
  • They were at the dog kennels looking for a dog for Liam.
  • Similar padding is apparent in the book's subsequent two sections, "Reclamation" and "Redemption," which focus on the dogs 'journeys from kennels to sanctuaries and foster-care centers. Jim Gorant's tale of the rescue of Michael Vick's dogs, reviewed by Mark Caro
  • Many people who had opted to stay in what they thought were beach huts found themselves in low wooden structures that looked more like dog kennels. Times, Sunday Times
  • POLITICAL RULES OF THE ROAD," former members of Congress (Bill Frenzel, Lou Frey, Barbara Kennelly and Romano Mazzoli) discuss what worked and what didn't during their years of public service. 7 p.m., D.C. community calendar, Oct. 21 to 28, 2010
  • The American Kennel Club incorporates CERF numbers on registration papers and certified pedigrees.
  • They're flown back to the race start, where they're kenneled until the musher or his or her representative collects them.
  • The route they took to the kennels suggests an extensive surveillance operation. Times, Sunday Times
  • •Barbara Kennelly:President of the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare, which is running radio commercials urging lawmakers to "keep your hands off our Social Security. Who's who in the fight to reduce the deficit
  • Add a dose of kennel cough and you could be faced with a medical emergency. Times, Sunday Times
  • Lent; but his voice being so extremely musical, that it rather allured the birds than terrified them, he was soon transplanted from the fields into the dog-kennel, where he was placed under the huntsman, and made what the sportsmen term whipper-in. Joseph Andrews Vol 1
  • Last week, kennelman John Carruthers was close to tears as he surveyed the empty kennels that have been the focus of his work for nearly 25 years.
  • They keep their dog in an outdoor kennel.
  • I also hire a field from a boarding kennel so my dogs can run and play safely, and we regularly go out on day trips together. The Sun
  • Loving and attentive, the Sheltie will not do well kennelled out of doors.
  • The guard dog was now in kennels as it was not aggressive.
  • Already, a low growl is coming from the kennel. Times, Sunday Times
  • He found them starving in an abandoned dog kennel. The Sun
  • United Kennel Club do much the same thing, but the AKC is the big biscuit in the basket. Slate Magazine
  • Redeemed by such a critical choice, they'll soar like a glider, race like a Stealth, and, when overflying a barnyard or kennel, turn into a wicked-awesome dive bomber.
  • Again, totally guilt-free for me, anyhow, although my wife makes me call the kennel every day we're gone to make sure they're doing all right. The Speculist: Virtual Kids
  • We saw hunt groups who can no longer hunt foxes but still keep large kennels of dogs that have to be fed.
  • To him he says that, if the King's occulted guilt does not come out ( 'unkennel itself'), he (Hamlet) will look upon the apparition as a damned ghost, and (this is new) will think that his 'imaginations are as foul as Vulcan's stithy.' Shakspere and Montaigne
  • The dogs are on their doorstep, why should they want to know the state of the kennels ? THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS
  • Docile and chill though probably due to kennel cough, giardia, and a respiratory infection, Peanut Butter has been a dreamboat - barkless, crate-trained, doesn't chew, and, so far, housebroken. Archive 2009-04-01
  • 'Detective Graham's parents ran bloodhound kennels, he learned early. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW
  • Dogs kept exclusively in cages and kenneled and not exposed to people at all after 14 weeks of age may have severely undeveloped social skills.
  • Bert was working as an under kennelman alongside his father and Freda was the daughter of the stud groom.
  • He is nowhere below, but we shall probably unkennel him in the upper story," I heard one of them say as they mounted the stairs. In New Granada Heroes and Patriots
  • However, Ciaran Kennelly, senior handicapper of the Hong Kong Jockey Club, suggested a more international structure.
  • Well she is learning, being socialized, because this morning when I went to clean up, there was no ‘stuff’ in the kennel.
  • We were debating the possibility of leaving Zumi out of her kennel while we went out for dinner.
  • Already, a low growl is coming from the kennel. Times, Sunday Times
  • Both horses and hounds had central heating by flues and the dog kennel alone measured 405 feet long with numerous separate compartments for bitches, puppies and dogs.
  • My friend, his wife, three teenage children and his aging parents were all living in space that Canadians would feel guilty about kenneling their dogs in.
  • That's their proper name and I slieve the Kennel Club have brought it in When they were brought here from armany after the First World War there was a It of anti-German feeling -- hence we used the iphemism "alsatian". Put On By Cunning
  • In addition, cavaliers are eligible to compete in events sanctioned by the United Kennel Club, which has recognized cavaliers since 1980.
  • There is little left of the stable block and kennels, where the family's three dogs were kept. Times, Sunday Times
  • Rudely puffed the winds of heaven; roguishly clomb up the all-destructive urchin; and, lo! in a moment night re-established her void empire, and the cit groped along the wall, suppered but bedless, occult from guidance, and sorrily wading in the kennels. Virginibus Puerisque and other papers
  • Twelve years later, Kennelly joined the Turf Club as handicapper for flat racing; 12 years after that, he got the call from Hong Kong.
  • You can take them to a boarding kennel or you can hire a pet sitter.
  • Moreover, in "Szomorú Napok" will be found some of Jókai's most original characters, notably, the ludicrous, if infinitely mischievous, political crotcheteer, "Numa Pompilius;" the drunken cantor, Michael Kordé, whose grotesque adventure in the dog-kennel is a true _Fantasiestück à la The Day of Wrath
  • Also an ataractic, ethylisobutrazine is used primarily to control excessive barking in kennels.
  • The bull - dog lay stretched on the straw outside his kennel.
  • On our return to base, my expedition group was able to go into the dogs' large kennels to stroke them and play with the puppies. The Sun
  • The owners of the house, Vera and Lesley, established the kennels more than 20 years ago.
  • Equator Town for instance, the measures rose and fell and crepitated like the barking of hounds in a distant kennel. In the South Seas
  • That particular hound was a Bouvier des Flandres, which is described by the American Kennel Club as having a "notably rugged appearance. billingsgazette.com
  • On our return to base, my expedition group was able to go into the dogs' large kennels to stroke them and play with the puppies. The Sun
  • Ted Fitzgerald is no stranger to the greyhound scene, having bred many a winner from his Ballyhaunis kennels.
  • They must resist impulse buys and not be fooled by tales of wonderful kennels supplying the store; no responsible breeder sells to pet stores.
  • Over the last two years local kennels have submitted a number of bids to provide the kennelling service.
  • The young actor was photographed walking a whole kennel of dogs.
  • It is understood that pet owners became concerned when they tried to contact the kennels to collect their animals but were unable to obtain any reply from the number.
  • Apart from doing some shopping this morning, my most important task has been to pick up my dog Tara from the kennels.
  • My agricultural working class grandparents worked in hunt kennels all their lives and lived in tied cottages.
  • Their stables and kennels were important to them. The Times Literary Supplement
  • In future the pack of 50 hounds kennelled at Crag Top Farm will be chasing rabbit.
  • If not treated, the skunk stink stuck to a dog cannot only end a hunt but can also lose you your place in a motel room and can cause real problems back home for a housedog or even a dog that lives outside in a kennel. undefined
  • The guard dog was now in kennels as it was not aggressive.
  • Blair, content with a kennel full of poodles in the Commons, will never allow such a thing.
  • Every type of pedigree dog registered with the Kennel Club is represented.
  • There were seven hospital rooms dedicated to sick hounds, a handsome house for the huntsman, and apartments for the two kennel keepers.
  • When Brandy was taken out of her kennel to go home with her new family, she seemed to know: her walk perked right up.
  • Dogs that lived beside the house in a circular field with 6ft granite walls and stone kennels were used to round them up. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was quieter here, and more orderly, with falcon mews and kennels for the Baron's hunting dogs ranged against the wall.
  • III. ii.89 (83,6) [Go -- to kennel, Pompey -- go] It should be remembered, that Pompey is the common name of a dog, to which allusion is made in the mention of a _kennel_. Notes to Shakespeare — Volume 01: Comedies
  • There were all manner of dogs in the kennels at the rear of the house. FRIENDS FOR LIFE
  • The Kennel Club says the docking of dogs' tails is a choice for the owner, in consultation with a vet.
  • These vicious killers will surely strike again if the owners fail to ensure that the dogs are not confined to kennel or tied up at night-time.
  • He loves his dog and the kennel was too good a deal to resist. The Sun
  • I would keep the dogs kenneled and only walk them with leashes or a run in an area far away froom your house. We bought 21 acres a few months ago.There are a few thousand acres of hilly woods across from us and a lake behind us.We are in
  • Every animal recovered is checked by vets then kennelled.
  • She kennels her dog in the yard.
  • The Dumfriesshire hounds' kennelman, John Carruthers, said he now faces an uncertain future with his wife Isobel, 45, and their 10-year-old son Andrew.
  • Normally, it is kept in a kennel out the back where it acts as a guard dog, but we have two lads living with us and it is also a family pet.
  • First to consider, of course, is your personal situation: size of home and family, opportunities you can devote to training and ample areas to work a hunting dog plus whether he'll live indoors or be kenneled outside.
  • NFL career, Vick always will be known as the sicko who bankrolled an operation, Bad Newz Kennels, that mutilated dogs. undefined
  • Hudson County was doing its best, Kennelly told me, to accommodate a recent request by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to house these detainees. Glyn Vincent: The Right to Be Heard
  • The stables and kennels cry out for an animal lover. Times, Sunday Times
  • Charlie Kennel was handpicked by Dan Goldin to lead Earth Science and to strangulate EOS. Other Names Indicate Greening of NASA, Focus on Science - NASA Watch
  • The hunt's other full-time employee would also lose her job as would the part-time kennelman employed to build up the hounds' fitness.
  • Dr Gaille Parry from the Australian Veterinary Association, and Jo-Anne Youngleson seemed to have recorded that story in between a kennel and a wildlife park.
  • On our return to base, my expedition group was able to go into the dogs' large kennels to stroke them and play with the puppies. The Sun
  • But the real scene-stealer here is Ken Stott, whose ruthless Kennel-boss Good Joe is both workably evil and believably confused.
  • The hunt's Hound Show sees dogs which have been kept during the summer reunited with those which have been kennelled.
  • But Lisa Peterson of the Kennel Club says a poodle is an ideal family pet. Who are Obamas' candidates for first dog?
  • His retirement has been spent in the library rather than the kennel club, and this engaging and scholarly volume is the outcome. The Times Literary Supplement
  • There were all manner of dogs in the kennels at the rear of the house. FRIENDS FOR LIFE
  • As a boy, his father had had a kennel of dogs and he had hated them.
  • The dog was caught and taken to secure kennels. Times, Sunday Times
  • One of the first kennels to establish itself as a consistent winner in the show ring was the Tankerville Kennel.
  • In 1944 The Kennel Club admitted the cavalier King Charles spaniel to the ranks of officially recognized pedigreed dogs.
  • The family put up posters, scoured the streets and notified local dog kennels and police. Times, Sunday Times
  • A large kennel of dogs was simply another accoutrement of the landed upper class.
  • The third garden area is at the top of a flight of steps and includes a block-built shed with a kennel and a large fenced dog run.
  • A group of trees formed a screen, behind which the kennels, an old falconry, a pheasantry, and the quarters of the huntsmen were falling into ruins, after being in their day the wonder and admiration of Burgundy. Sons of the Soil
  • As darkness enveloped us we made our way back to the kennels, it was time to feed the dogs then bed them down for the night.
  • An appeal to pay for new kennels and a cattery at the RSPCA's state-of-the-art animal centre in Redcross Street, is starting to pull in cash.
  • The dogs were kept in the cement kennels, the cats were kept in rooms attached to the main building.
  • The training began that day, potty training, basic commands-sit, come, stay, her name of course, kennel, laydown, fetch, bring me the bird (a stuffed pheasant) we play with. How many months do you train your puppy to become a gun dog? Also, what month do you buy your dog?
  • Carers have placed him in a quieter kennel, but this does mean that other pals become snapped up first. The Sun
  • He left his dog in a kennels when he went on holiday.
  • The affenpinscher, meaning "monkey-like terrier," is generally alert and inquisitive with great loyalty and affection toward its master and friends, according to the American Kennel Club. azcentral.com | news
  • I think the animals are better off in a kennel where they are given shelter and attention rather than being landed into a busy house on Christmas day.
  • Kennelly emphatically denied the claim made by some detainees in the Times article that the leaders of the hunger strike had been put into isolation or transferred to other, more distant detention centers. Glyn Vincent: The Right to Be Heard
  • If not treated, this mange can affect a whole kennel of dogs and can be spread to humans as well.
  • No pups have been handed in to the Dog Kennels so far this Christmas after a frantic appeal was issued to stop them being abandoned after being given as presents.
  • We'll have to put her in a kennel, which is very expensive.
  • Homemade diets are also hard to provide for pets who may be kenneled from time to time.
  • There are more than 50 traditionally docked breeds recognised by the Kennel Club, including cocker spaniels, pointers, Irish terriers and vizslas.
  • Dogs that lived beside the house in a circular field with 6ft granite walls and stone kennels were used to round them up. Times, Sunday Times
  • Our funds are vital for the care of animals at our kennels and cattery in Keighley, and without our shop-generated funds, we may have to refuse admissions.
  • And hide every eyesore in sight - a rusty toolshed, a dog kennel, the neighbor's dying juniper hedge.
  • Kennelly refused to call off the raids, and he was lofty about it, which was compounding his error.
  • To a dead certainty he would have deposited his unsober self in the kennel had he not been kindly and vigorously intercepted in his fall by the ready assistance of Frank Atherton. The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 17, No. 493, June 11, 1831
  • Carers have placed him in a quieter kennel, but this does mean that other pals become snapped up first. The Sun
  • The 4,500 sq ft building was once the kennels for the foxhounds of the Bramham Moor Hunt, but the hounds left the time of the third earl in 1820.
  • The great secure kennel in the sky. Times, Sunday Times
  • If the hound is your foe, don't sleep in his kennel. Mopsa the Fairy
  • The stables and kennels cry out for an animal lover. Times, Sunday Times
  • If a moiety of sweeping the kennel from the Mews-gate to the Irish coffee-house opposite to it, could fetch a good price, and I was a witness once that it did, to an unfortunate beggar-woman, who was obliged by sickness to part with half of it; what might not a beggar expect, who had the _sweeping_ of the _Pont du Gard_; or a monk, who erected a confessional box near it for the benefit of _himself_, and the fouls of poor travellers? A Year's Journey through France and Part of Spain, 1777 Volume 1 (of 2)
  • A greyhound owner has lost her fight to keep her dogs in kennels in the countryside - because they make too much noise.
  • The farmhouse's outbuildings include two kennels - perfect for your corgis. Times, Sunday Times
  • After the meet hounds returned to their kennels but hunt supporters stayed for a drink at the village pub.
  • If you have trouble obtaining a reservation at a particular kennel, you can consider it a good sign.
  • Enviromental wardens were called to the scene and the dogs were impounded in a kennel in Blackburn.
  • So if you are considering putting your pet into a kennel or cattery you should ask to see the current licence which should be displayed on the premises.
  • Look not for musk in dog's kennel
  • They want plans to include a cattery, wildlife hospital, kennels and visitors' centre.
  • I also hire a field from a boarding kennel so my dogs can run and play safely, and we regularly go out on day trips together. The Sun
  • In addition, a number of veterinarians and veterinary clinics, responsible dog breeders, religious leaders and many Missouri businesses have endorsed Prop B in order to ensure more humane treatment of commercially kenneled dogs. Wayne Pacelle: A Veterinarian's Prognosis for Stopping Puppy Mill Cruelty
  • They were the only ones who saw daylight unhampered by collar and chain, let out to gather even more gullible strays and errant pets into a pack to be corralled, sacked, and dumped into the kennel.
  • Hickory, a Scottish deerhound from Warrenton, Va., has won the 'Best of Show' title at the Westminster Kennel Club competition. Lori's A.M. Buzz: Dog show, ICC, birth control
  • No fewer than ten trainee huntsmen are taking national vocational courses in kennel management. Times, Sunday Times
  • There are enough dogs in kennels that have had full health checks. The Sun
  • The kennel owner should find out how these guests feel at his home as they are highly individualistic.
  • He loves his dog and the kennel was too good a deal to resist. The Sun
  • Tammy would hear intermittent reports from people she knew that Ripper was running wild on Burnt Mill Road, but she was sure that the dog kennel had sold Ripper to a vet school where she was vivisected. February 1975 Lansing, MICHIGAN
  • We were driven out into deep countryside, to a farm where lots of huskies were kennelled. Times, Sunday Times
  • A North Vancouver RCMP police dog has been deemed a dangerous offender and been ordered to be kept inside a kennel or muzzled when not on duty after it bit a gardener who was doing landscape work next door.
  • 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.
  • Born near Edinburgh, Mr Sneddon began his career at the age of 15 when he became a stable / kennelman at the Linlithgow and Sterlingshire Hunt where he stayed for five years, learning his trade.
  • Rover lives in a kennel in the back garden.
  • But he passes on the dish, maybe because I cooped a couple of the birds in his dog's kennel for a night.
  • She was in her own right a famed horsewoman, who perfected the side saddle riding technique, she was also master of the hounds and it was at her kennels in Moyle that the hounds were kept.
  • I took my dingy volume by the scroop, and hurled it into the dog-kennel, vowing I hated a good book. Wuthering Heights
  • It was a sad day too for the college's professional huntsman and kennelman as he paraded the hounds, a smaller version of the traditional hunting hounds, for the last time.
  • Sir Roger, whom she mortally hated and used to hire fellows to squirt kennel water upon him as he passed along the streets; so that he was forced constantly to wear a surtout of oiled cloth, by which means he came home pretty clean, except where the surtout was a little scanty. History of John Bull
  • But alas, in today's cashless society, we had a mere 45 cents between us, 10 of which I'd found in Harry's kennel, of all places.
  • The sight of the little puppy hooked up to an IV, panting in his vet kennel, was one of the hardest things I've ever seen.
  • He described Zara as a bubbly well liked person who dreamed of setting up her own dog kennels.
  • The pack of harrier hounds - a smaller breed of dog than foxhounds, but larger than beagles - is kept at kennels near Gisburn.
  • The dog whined and ran off back to its kennel whence it came.
  • Either you will need to arrange for care or pay for a dog sitter or kennel when you're away.
  • Currently the UK authorities are proposing to contract hunt kennels and licensed knacker operators to collect fallen stock from farms from whence they would be taken onwards to rendering plants.
  • There were all manner of dogs in the kennels at the rear of the house. FRIENDS FOR LIFE
  • Having just come back from a long trip to Ireland, I can assure you that Brendan Kennelly is an extremely popular, remarkable poet. brendan kennelly | her laugh « poetry dispatch & other notes from the underground
  • A third perceived he had a windgall, and would bid no money; a fourth knew by his eye that he had the botts; a fifth wondered what a plague I could do at the fair with a blind, spavined, galled hack, that was only fit to be cut up for a dog-kennel. The Vicar of Wakefield
  • Check for other possible breeding areas, such as slow compost heaps, damp bedding in dog kennels, chicken pens and yards, rubbish piles, and leaking septic pipes and outlets.
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  • The paint was green, the curtains blue, the window sills and step red-ochred, while a ridiculous little green dog kennel stood beside the door. Flowers for the Judge
  • There are enough dogs in kennels that have had full health checks. The Sun
  • When Queen Victoria began to add collies to her kennel of dogs in the 1860s, sheepdogs soon became society's dog of choice.
  • -- To wanton it here in the moonlight with that damned swashbuckler, that brigand, that kennel-bred beast of a sbirro! Love-at-Arms
  • It is hard to picture the thoughts that must have passed through Charles's mind as he read the bitter triumphant pages that told how the man he had twice pilloried and then flung into prison for life had come out again, as he puts it brutally, to "unkennel that fox," his foe. Stray Studies from England and Italy
  • Molly was taken to the vet after her back leg was savaged while she was in her kennel outside the house.
  • I am persona non grata in the kennels of the land. Times, Sunday Times
  • SUICA was someone in Guatamala taspo was the Trinidad All Steel Percussion Orchestra mixi was a Finnish kennel and cattery International marriage still means Japanese man and Asian woman
  • The call comes on the heels of the Council finally making a decision to award its Dog kennelling contract after two years of debate.

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