Originally Posted by Casiopea
"Walking" is delexicalised in "I need my dog out and walking by six". The meaning on not as with the lexical verb "walk", otherwise one could not allow the dog to run, fetch a ball, sniff lamposts, etc, while on the walk.
"I need my dog out and walking by six".
"My dog should be out and walking by six".
You (agent) will have my dog (receiver) out and walking by six.
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