"The women's dogs"
Only with proper nouns (names of people, places, businesses, etc). Duo'nun köpekleri.
And it's the genitive case, by the way :-)
why does the possesive goes to the women and not the dog which is possesed? i don t get it
Both of them get marked:
very literally "womens' their-dogs"
When a vowel follows.
For example, köpeği (possessed form), köpeği (accusative case), köpeğe (dative case).