When you read the sentences below, is it possible to change the phrase "much dog" into "a lot of dog"?

He (a dog) needed grooming. I didn't think there was very much dog inside all that fur, but he had bright attentive eyes.

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That change of phrase is perfectly acceptable but more informal.

Much and a lot, Cambridge.

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