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Cartoons: Favorite Dogs

Published: August 2, 2011

“I Can See You!”

Dog under Glass table

From May/Jun 2003

This cute cartoon from 2003 gives one reason why a glass-topped table is not a good idea.

“Babysitter Feeding… Baby?”

Babysitter feeding....baby? from May/June 2003

From May/Jun 2003

Feeding the baby doesn’t mean you have to miss your soaps. Unfortunately, the kid is missing his lunch. All food is dog food.

“What, no pipe and slippers?” “You’re retired. I’m retired.”

"What, no pipe and slippers?" "You’re retired. I’m retired.&quot from May/June 2003

From May/Jun 2003

Okay, cats aren’t the only pets with attitude.

“You know, it’s about time you realize who’s boss around here!” “Your wife?”

"You know, it’s about time you who’s boss around here!"  "Your wife?"  from Jan/Feb 2000

From Jan/Feb 2000

Fido knows. The wife. We told you dogs never miss a thing. This cartoon appeared in the magazine in 2000.

“Would you please tell us which room Mr. Markus is in?”

"Would you please tell us which room Mr. Markus is in?" from Jan/Feb 2004

From Jan/Feb 2004

Admit it, this one makes you go, “awww!” Ever faithful, these dogs are bringing the master’s slippers even to the hospital (unlike the “retired” dog above).

“Like me? Are you kidding? They collect my poop!”

"Like me? Are you kidding? They collect my poop!" from Sept/Oct 2005

From Sep/Oct 2005

And we thought cats felt like they were gods.

“Looks like old Ned finally caught one of those cars he’s been chasing.”

"Looks like old Ned finally caught one of those cars he’s been chasing." from Jan/Feb 1999

From Jan/Feb 1999

You always wondered what that dumb mutt would do if he caught one of those cars. Now you know. Old Ned wasn’t so dumb after all! But I do kind of wish he’d bring me a sports car next time. I reached back to the Jan/Feb 1999 issue of The Post for this one.

“You have just one more wish. Are you sure you want another belly-rub?”

"You have just one more wish. Are you sure you want another belly-rub?"  from Sept/Oct 2005

From Sep/Oct 2005

Three wishes. Three belly-rubs. Like there’s any more to life?

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  • Rita Lawrence

    These cartoons made my day!!! My dachshund “Chumley” has brightened our lives for eleven years now and we hope he will be around for many more. My husband suffers from Alzheimer’s and when Chumley jumps up on his lap for a “petting” and a belly rub, he is one happy man. I only wish my husband could enjoy these cartoons as I know he would have loved them. Thank you.

  • Jean Hart

    My black lab “Bilbo” and my German shepherd “Belle” are my life. My husband is bed-bound and my dogs keep me going. Thanks for making me laugh with the great cartoons!

  • Charles Neumann

    I really enjoyed the dog cartoons. Very funny.

  • Den the dog lover

    Thank you for sharing. They are all great but two really hit home: the glass table- we have one of those; and the belly rub- our two guys would stay in place for day if you kept rubbing their belly.

    I cannot imagine life without the pups. God’s/Nature’s gift to human kind.

  • Phil Street

    Really great cartoons for all of us Dog Lovers.

  • Lamar Carter

    Dogs knows us better than we know them.

  • Sandra

    great article! enjoyable. thanks

  • FayLynn Trachtman

    Love the ‘toons and the quips.

  • FayLynn Trachtman

    Dogs are women and mans best friends, even if they are smarter than us at times, Love the cartoons and the quips!