In the second book, when Harry tells the Weasleys about Dobby, Fred says that "whoever owns him will be an old wizarding family, and they'll be rich", and George adds that house-elves "come with big ...
1) They are already extremely loyal to their master(s); 2) They are certainly capable of telling the secret to their master(s) after the charm is cast and are almost completely unable to betray them; ...
Could Hermione really free the Hogwarts house-elves with the little knitted hats she hides around Gryffindor Tower? ‘Why d’you wear that thing, Dobby?’ [Harry] asked curiously. ‘This, sir?’ said ...
Who owns the Hogwarts house-elves? ‘Well, whoever owns [Dobby] will be an old wizarding family, and they’ll be rich,’ said Fred. ‘Yeah, Mum’s always wishing we had a house-elf to do the ...
Can House-Elves do laundry without being freed? ‘Why d’you wear that thing, Dobby?’ [Harry] asked curiously. ‘This, sir?’ said Dobby, plucking at the pillowcase. ‘’Tis a mark of the house-elf’s ...
In J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, chapter 10, we have Harry keeping a firm hold on Dobby's wrist to stop him from hitting himself with the water jug again.… ...
How did Dobby the house-elf intercept Harry's mail during Harry's summer holiday between Philosopher's Stone and Chamber of Secrets? ‘See what it’s like here?’ [Harry] said. ‘See why I’ve got to ...