Recently, as it is shown in previous questions, we learn how to use asininely and how to use bovinely. Now, along this line, I would like to learn how to use dogly properly.
In particular, I would like to know whether phrases like
Our friends looked at us dogly.
Our friends worked dogly.
are good English. Are they?
I know that there are better or more idiomatic words to replace 'dogly' there, but, thinking to the audience I have to talk to, I would prefer, if acceptable, to use 'dogly'.