Definition of dog-draw in US English:

dog-draw

noun

historical
  • The act of ‘drawing after’ or tracking venison illegally killed or wounded, using a dog led by hand to follow the scent.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in John Manwood (d. 1610), legal writer. Apparently from dog + draw (although this is first attested later).

Pronunciation

dog-draw

/ˈdɒɡdrɔː/