Cartoons: Gone to the Dogs

These cartoons are doggone funny!

Dog show judges look at a dog, confused as to what side is its front

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Dog catchers caught an angry dog in their net
“Now what?”
Shirvanian
July 5, 1952

 

A dog speaks to his owner during a talking dog act on stage
“What’ll I say?”
Tom Henderson
January 27, 1945

 

Dog show judges look at a dog, confused as to what side is its front
“Maybe they put him in backwards.”
Gallagher
January 5, 1952

 

Dog fights with his owner over the steering wheel in a moving car
“Why don’t you hang out the window like other dogs?”
Gallagher
November 19, 1953

 

Owner's dog bit his pants
“He’s a ‘one man’ dog, but I’m not the man.”
Reg Hider
November 1, 1952

 

Dog and owner read a training book
Leo Garel
November 18, 1944

 

Dog in a business suit recounts his life to a reporter
“The truly remarkable thing is that I was the runt of the litter.”
Leo Cullum
November 1, 1981

 

Man pets a dog in a yard that has a BAD DOG sign
“The real trouble comes when you stop petting him.”
Ralston
November 1, 1981

 

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Comments

  1. I agree with Mr. McGowan jr. , all were funny but #4 was the best. I would prefer my dog stucks his head out the window too.

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