dogdom

noun
dog·dom | \ˈdȯg-dəm \

Definition of dogdom 

: the world of dogs or of dog fanciers

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This study reinforces that idea and takes it back to nearly the beginning of dogdom. Washington Post, "Study provides clues to fate of early North American dogs," 5 July 2018 T&C was ringside to capture the wagging tails, the floppy ears, and the sheer love of all things canine that makes Westminster the biggest stage in all of dogdom. Town & Country, "Beagles Forever," 28 Feb. 2014

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First Known Use of dogdom

1854, in the meaning defined above

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