SB 9.21.8

yāte śūdre tam anyo ’gād
 atithiḥ śvabhir āvṛtaḥ
rājan me dīyatām annaṁ
 sagaṇāya bubhukṣate
Word for word: 
yāte — when he went away; śūdre — the śūdra guest; tam — unto the King; anyaḥ — another; agāt — arrived there; atithiḥ — guest; śvabhiḥ āvṛtaḥ — accompanied by dogs; rājan — O King; me — unto me; dīyatām — deliver; annam — eatables; sa-gaṇāya — with my company of dogs; bubhukṣate — hankering for food.
Translation: 
When the śūdra went away, another guest arrived, surrounded by dogs, and said, “O King, I and my company of dogs are very hungry. Please give us something to eat.”