Enough to cobble dogs with
Another possible meaning is that a cobbler uses leather to make shoes for people who have two feet. Therefore, if a cobbler has enough leather to make shoes for a dog, which has four feet, there is a surplus of leather.
I really hope they don’t bring any more wine to our dinner party. We have enough to cobble dogs with.
The Pringles are on sale in Tesco, so I decided to stock up. I’ve bought enough to cobble a dog with.
“I’m looking for a suitable idiom to use in my essay.” “Have you checked the Bloomsbury International website? There are enough over there to cobble dogs with!”