swag-ger. verb; to walk or behave in a very confident way. "I swaggered around the track at Wheeling Downs 22 times." "But now I'm swaggering on walkies with my family!" Don't we look greyt?!
Of those times I placed second twice and third twice, so now I'm retired at just under 3 years old and searching for a new place or two to strut. I bet we could strut together while out on walkies! The dictionary says swagger is typically arrogant, but I can assure you that I'm nothing but 76 red pounds of nice and friendly.