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    Question moving / active dogs

    Hello! I want to say dogs which are running, walking, eating, etc. but not just staying put like sleeping. Can I say "moving dogs" or active dogs? If no, how should I say this? Thanks!

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    Re: moving / active dogs

    You could say active, or roaming, or whatever they are doing at the time. Are they sniffing the air or barking, or rummaging for food, or chasing butterflies? Whatever they are doing would be the way to say it. Othewise, it's something like, "Those dogs who were not sleeping were ...."

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    Re: moving / active dogs

    Hi Jlinger,

    Thank you for your help.

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