Brus, 7½, did not react well to other animals and had behavioral problems which meant he could not be sent to a kennel.
The stars are in a roped-off area about the size of a dog run at a kennel.
The American kennel Club maintains it is not a Berman customer.
Damn me, if I were in your fix, I wouldn't stop at a kennel.
Then he turned and walked slowly and thoughtfully back to his kennel.
Moreover, the club is judicial as well as legislative and executive in its functions, and tries the offenders of the kennel world.
Effie went to Bournemouth, where she took a position as kennel maid.
Three of them escaped from the kennel in that country, and made their appearance again in Leicestershire.
Roy lay by his kennel looking the image of serenity and peacefulness.
"It is the horrible hound that is chained up in a kennel in the garden," exclaimed Fanny.
c.1300, from Anglo-French *kenil, Old French chenil, from Vulgar Latin *canile, from Latin canem (nominative canis) "dog" (see canine (n.)), "with suffix as in ovile sheepfold" [OED]. As a verb, 1550s, from the noun.