n. A dog that always sticks close to its owner, especially by following the person from room to room.
Since that day, dog and mistress have become inseparable. Gwinner refers to him as her "Velcro dog."
In the greyhound world, they call this "chipping," because greyhounds are like potato chips: you can’t have just one, Norton said. Oftentimes referred to as "Velcro dogs," greyhounds make great companions, she said.
"These are my Velcro dogs, they're glued to my thigh," said Rita Helle, accompanied by a 4-month-old abandoned on a road east of Pueblo, and a 2-year-old out of the Burmar Kennel.