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How to correct a possessive dog | Cesar's Way

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How to correct a territorial or possessive dog. ... serious problems in the future — possessive dogs may eventually resort to growling, snapping, and even biting to keep other humans and animals away. ... Man sitting holding the paw of a puppy  ...

possessives - That's dog's feet - English Language Learners Stack ...

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Jun 15, 2015 ... They/these are dog's feet. ... A dog. The answer to "what kind of feet are these?" ( a different ... "Those are dog feet—but we call them paws." ...

Possessives: Common Sins of Omission and Commission

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missing or wrong possessives in an essay or research ... Singular possessive: the dog's paws (dog + ' + s). Plural possessive: the dogs' paws (dog + s + ' ).

5. Possessive form of nouns - My English Grammar

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When making plural possessive nouns which end with an s, add only an apostrophe ... (The paw belongs to the dog as indicated by the possessive its.) ...

Apostrophes - Grammar & Punctuation | The Blue Book of Grammar ...

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First of all, it is always singular. Second, its without an apostrophe is the possessive form. Example: The dog hurt its paw. The word it's is a contraction for it is or it ...

Plural Possessives

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Incorrect: Twenty dog's were in the pack. Correct: Twenty dogs were in the pack. To make a plural noun possessive, simply add an apostrophe to the word.

Possessive - of names ending with s | WordReference Forums

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The paws of the dog = The dog's paws. The paws of the dogs = The dogs' paws. The word is already dogs, add '. The messages of each other ...

Possessive Determiners | EnglishClub

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Learn how to use the English possessive determiners MY, YOUR, HIS, HER, ITS, OUR, THEIR to indicate possessions. ... its, N, The dog licked its wounded paw.

It's or Its? - Daily Writing Tips

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But misspelling the possessive form of "it" is a little more common. So, when writing ... This eliminates the those horrible constructions like 'The dog hurt it's paw'.

Possessive and Territorial Aggression in Dogs | petMD

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Some dogs are dangerous to other dogs, and even to humans, while they are eating. In fact, dogs can be aggressive in guarding everything they consider their  ...