To dress fancily; doll up: He would have been feeling much better if he were dogged out in a new outfit (1930s+)
"I do not intend he shall," said the man, reaching down and picking the dog up bodily by the scruff of his neck.
I thought it was rather funny to cover a dog up that way on a hot day.
As he drew the dog up to an apparatus which we know as a voltaic pile, he rounded off his words with his false and grating laugh.
She went over to the chair and called the dog up in his lap.
Then he calls out to me from the dark, 'Shut that dog up in the chart-room, Mr. Jones—will you?'
"But we've understood they keep no dog up here," urged Bluff.
When I tie the dog up, I use a light chain, one end of which runs on a long trolley wire fastened between the house and a tree.
Isaac, you be the one to take the dog up round the ledge, there.
At last the string was loose, and dangling to the hook in the area wall, and Joel held the dog up, and stuck out his paw.
Accordingly, the next morning, Pietro brought the dog up to the Park.