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If you have a dog, you know that they can do some of the funniest things. As a kid, my family had a huge Old English Sheepdog. She was easily the dumbest dog I ever saw … she would eat anything from lobster tails to ping pong balls to crayons (which my brother and I thought was a hoot the next day when playing in the backyard). But she was also the most fun dogs ever. Both kids and adults seem to always feel the same way as I did – they LOVE their dogs.

My love for dogs instantly drew me to the comic strip Dog eat Doug, by Brian Anderson. Brian obviously goes nuts over his dog Sophie (the main Dog in the comic), resulting in a great comic that mixes humor, cuteness, and deep insights into the inner workings of the dog’s brain (OK, I made that last part up).

Here’s a couple of Brian’s Dog eat Doug comics that I liked (cheesy title’s are mine) … thanks again Brian for letting us post these!

Tough kitty (click for full size) – totally cute
dog eat doug cute

Dog power (click for full size)
dog eat doug funny

You can view the entire archive of Dog eat Doug comics here or view Brian’s Dog eat Doug main page and blog at

Have your own funny dog stories? Share them, we love to read about silly dogs!

4 Responses to “Cartoon of the Week: Dog eat Doug”

  1. on 03 Nov 2006 at 10:32 am Boss

    Its a dog-eat-cat world out there.

  2. on 03 Nov 2006 at 5:12 pm jan

    No matter what silly thing a dog does, a human will top it.

  3. on 12 Nov 2006 at 3:38 am webloafer

    Thanks SayNo, I am always looking for good comics…Gonna investigate this, see if the comic strip can be embedded on my blog.

    Webloafer is working on a little grab bag of internet/blogger tricks for you, But you do seem to be learning fast.

    One quick one,

    Google this….

    Gadwin PrintScreen 3.1

    You see that key on your keyboard in the upper rightLithat says PrtScrn/SysRq area somewhere?

    Bill Gates & Co. decided it should be nonfunctional about 15 years ago. Back in the early ’90s, you could capture anything that appeared on your monitor, and save it.

    Gadwin PrintScreen is a free program to bring life back to that key. It is a tiny program that doesn’t even have to be registered on your computer, yet it is always there. You will find many uses for it.

    Catch you later.

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