Have you ever wondered what "the people" thought about dogs? Well, these dog proverbs will shed some light (and maybe some hair) on your questions. Or maybe not (some of these proverbs left me wondering).
Some are about dogs, and some use canines to describe human behaviour. And others, even more obliquely, use canine behaviour as advice on human relations.
There are 14 dog proverbs listed here. None of them has a country of origin. There are also two pages of dog proverbs listed by country or region. Click on the links at the bottom of the page to read them.
A dog has four feet, but he can't walk four different paths.
A dog in a kennel barks at his fleas; a dog hunting does not notice them.
A kitchen-dog is never a good rabbit-hunter.
Dog does not eat dog.
Give a dog a bad name and hang him.
He who pelts every barking dog must pick up many stones.
Hold your dog in readiness before you start the hare.
If a dog's prayers were answered, bones would rain from the sky.
If it were a dog, it would have bitten you already.
If you wish the dog to follow you, feed him.
Many dogs kill a hare, no matter how many turns it makes.
One barking dog sets the street barking.
The hindmost dog may catch the hare.
Why keep a dog and bark yourself?
May 19, 15 07:23 AM
My Dearest and Greatest Gift from God, Monster Pee Wee: Not a moment, second, hour or day has passed that I haven't thought of you and missed you with
May 13, 15 03:07 PM
I found these words by Gene Hill on the internet. They are for you, lovely Rufus. ❤️ He is my other eyes that can see above the clouds; my other ears
May 05, 15 05:20 PM
The look in your eyes. Is it worry, sadness, or pain? This is the image I have of your last few moments on this earth. You were a gift to me at 6 weeks