duck waddle

duck wad·dle

(dŭk wah'dĕl)
A peculiar pattern of walking associated with congenital hip dysplasia.
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Walle, who was a last-minute entrant, impressed the judges with his huge head and short, thick stature, which includes a humped back and duck waddle.
Doing his usual cocky duck waddle out of the posh pounds 1,300 a night Portland Hospital, the awful Oasis brother's perpetual surly snarl was apparently quite wiped off his scruffy face.
Walle was a last-minute entrant in the 25th annual World's Ugliest Dog competition and scooped the title from the 29 other contenders due to his huge head, short thick stature and a duck waddle, officials ( wrote on the contest's official Facebook page.
The owners of all kinds of dogs are also all kinds of people, from youngsters to senior citizens, each proud of their pet despite missing fur, crossed eyes, duck waddles or mismatched ears.
A female duck waddles toward the fence, to no avail, and then waddles away.
As The Duck waddles towards it, the ball teeters on the brink as if pausing for breath to weigh up its options.