salmon-tot retriever
 n.Note: The Dictionary of Caribbean English Usage defines this term as a “dog of no known pedigree.” «Very prevalent decades ago and commonly known as salmon-tot retrievers, these no-breed dogs used to roam every street, road, alley and gap in country and town, their sole purpose being to find something that was ready to eat.» —“Predators in my front yard” by Al Gilkes The Nation Newspaper (St. Michael, Barbados) Jan. 13, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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