Cat-Zapper – A dog with a decided lack of appreciation for the pet quality of kitties
Chip, Chipping, Chipper – All are related to the Sighthound owner who can’t stop at just one, or two, or three or . . .
Couch Potato – Most Sighthounds, despite the conventional wisdom that they all need “lots and lots of exercise”
Dog Hair – A perfectly natural and organic covering for furniture, clothes, cars, carpets and sheets.
Fuzzy – A wire-haired Galgo or Podenco, much sought after in the U.S. and an object of much envy by smooth-coated Greyhounds everywhere. See above
Happy Tail – Should really be called “unhappy tail” as it sprays blood all over the walls of your house
High-Prey Drive – A cat-zapper with a larger menu
Iggy – Not a misspelling for Piggy. Short for Italian greyhound (and we mean really short)
Martingale – An object of much fascination for Sighthound owners; collections frequently border on obsessive
Mother Bunny – A type of magical stuffy that often – although not always – resists de-stuffing for long-ish periods of time.
Tag Collar – A collar with “if I’m lost information,” without which a dog is considered to be naked, in a bad way
Sighthound – Any breed of dog that depends mostly on sight and speed to hunt prey. Most have wiry builds with little body fat, aerodynamic heads and long tails – and obsessive owners convinced they are the best pet in the universe.
Slip Knot – A way of securing a leash that can be the only thing standing between a nice walk and a loose dog. May occasionally result in unexpected facial contact with the sidewalk.
Squeaky – A stuffy without stuffing but containing one or more noise-producing plastic bits that are quickly silenced. See Stuffy
Stuffy – Any stuffed animal toy that the dog owner thinks will produce hours, perhaps days or weeks of joy, but which can be destroyed (consumption optional) within minutes. See Mother Bunny
Poo aka Poop -- A canine end product must discussed and debated among dog owners. See “The Scoop on Poop” blog post.
Walkie – A doggie outing usually communicated in a high, cheery voice and posed as a hypothetical question. Unrelated to walkie talkies.
Now, let us know what definitions we’re missing!