Dogs (101-150)

A dog that means to bite does not show his teeth.
— Turkish

A dog is never offended at being pelted with bones.
— Italian

After a time even a dog makes
a compromise with the cat.
— Hungarian

All are not thieves whom the dog barks at.
— German

All are not thieves that dogs bark at.
— English

An ill-tempered dog has a scarred nose.
— Danish

An old dog does not growl for nothing.
— African (Ovambo)

An ass was never cut out for a lap-dog.
— English

An old dog barks not in vain.
— English

An old dog does not growl for nothing.
— African (Ovambo)

An honest man does not make himself
a dog for the sake of a bone.
— Danish

An old dog does not grow used to the collar.
— Italian

An old dog cannot be taught to sit up.
— Burmese

An old dog does not fight with a whelp.
— African (Ovambo)

An old dog will learn nothing.
— Albanian

An old dog will learn no new tricks.
— English

An old dog does not fight with a whelp.
— African (Ovambo)

An old dog does not bark in vain.
— African (Shona)

An old dog bites sore.
— English

An old dog does not bark for nothing.
— French

An old dog does not bark in vain.
— African(Shona)

An old dog does not howl at the stump of a tree.
— Basque

Anyone who sees a leopard knows it is not a dog.
— African (Hausa)

As the old dog barks, so the young one.
— English

As is the master, so is his dog.
— Spanish

At open doors, dogs come in.
— English

Bacon is not for dogs.
— Polish

Be a dog ever so quick to start it will not
catch a monkey swarming up a tree.
— African (Fulani)

Be on the watch when an old dog barks.
— Serbo-Croatian

Better a dog in peacetime than a soldier in war.
— Yiddish

Better a dog in times of peace
than a man in times of rebellion.
— Chinese

Better a living dog than a dead lion.
— German

Better have a dog for your friend than your enemy.
— Dutch

Better have a dog fawn upon you than bite you.
— English

Better for a man to have even a dog
welcome him than bark at him.
— Irish

Beware of the dog that does not bark.
— Portuguese

Beware of a silent dog and a still water.
— English

Beware of a dog that does not bark.
— Portuguese

Bite not the dog that bites.
— Danish

Cut off the dog's tail, he remains a dog.
— Italian

Do not judge the dog by his hairs.
— Danish

Dog does not eat dog.
— English

Dogs have teeth in all countries.
— Dutch

Dogs fight among themselves,
but when the jackals cry they are united.
— Indian (Kashmiri)

Dogs bark as they are bred.
— English

Dogs bark at those they don't know.
— Italian

Dogs bark more from custom than fierceness.
— English

Dogs gnaw bones because they cannot swallow them.
— English

Dogs begin in jest and end in earnest.
— English

Dogs that bark after a wagon keep out of the way of the whip.
— American

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