Love me, love my dog.
Seeing is believing.
six of one and half a dozen of the other
teach fish to swim; teach one's grandmother to suck eggs
put the cart before the horse
catch at shadows
go through thick and thin; go through fire and water
a skeleton in the cupboard
Waste not, want not.
be neither fish,flesh,nor good red herring
No pains, no gains. No gains without pains.
Nothing venture,nothing have.
A fall into the pit, a gain in your wit.
A new-born calf makes little of a tiger.
You will cross the bridge when you get to it.
beat the grass to alert/startle the snake
look for a needle in a haystack
put all cards on the table
Give him an inch and he'll take an ell.
carry coals to Newcastle
turn over a new leaf
throw a long line to catch big fish
mend one's ways
Walls have ears.
The leopard can't change its spots.
put all one's eggs in one basket
be fair and square
kick down the ladder
paint the lily
A friend in need is a friend indeed.
fish in troubled waters
add fuel to the fire; pour oil on the flame
Let bygones be bygones.
(to steer according to the wind)
Pride goes before a fall.
The early bird catches/gets the worm.
East or west, home is the best.
a fair weather friend
by hook or by crook
Easy come, easy go.
be at sixes and sevens
The onlooker sees most of the game.
burn one's boat
hold a wolf by the ears
One can't make brick without straw.
When in Rome, do as the Romans do.
be at the end of one's rope(tether)
Look before you leap.
You cannot eat your cake and have it
go back on one's word
fish in the air
Practice makes perfect.
Penny wise, pound foolish
have a card up one's sleeve
help a lame dog over a stile
as easy as a turn of one's wrist
Like knows like.
Great minds think alike.
More haste, less speed.
the apple of one's eyes
call a spade a spade
be/sit on pins and needles