Citations:Fido

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English citations of Fido

Noun: a representative name for a dog[edit]

David E. Rumelhart, James L. McClelland (1986) Parallel distributed processing: Psychological and biological models[1], ISBN 0262631105, 9780262631105 Invalid ISBN, page 190 of 623: “Let us say that our little boy knows a dog next door named Rover and a dog at his gradma's house named Fido.”

Noun: a stereotypical dog or pet[edit]

Boyle, Matthew (2012-03-12), “Fido learning to live without as a result of the recession”, in (Please provide the title of the work)[2], The Seattle Times, retrieved 2012-03-04, page 1

Fido learning to live without as a result of the recession: The $87 billion pet-product market, once deemed recession-proof, is starting to show cracks as owners struggle to make ends meet.

Wong, Anica (2012-03-12), “Potential pet owners should ponder pocketbook issues, too”, in (Please provide the title of the work)[3], The Seattle Times, retrieved 2012-03-04, page 1

According to the Humane Society for Seattle/King County, a person should budget between $300 and $1,000 per year of a dog's life and $700 per year of a cat's life. This would include food, toys, treats, vet bills, pet care and other random costs that Fido may incur.