Little Dog Lost by Steve Boreman

Little Dog Lost

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  1. Wabbit

    Wabbit GoComics PRO Member said, 3 days ago

    I hope that eagle sneezes and drops squirrel.
    I see the skunk and the raccoon and the porcupine still out there and that new dog with the funny shaped head and of course the buzzard and the crow.
    Long May They Live!
    And Eagle: Drop that squirrel Right NOW.
    And goodbye to the rat, the mouse, the rabbits and the crane, and whoever that little gray critter is, maybe the rat.
    Long May They Live!

  2. Jo Clear (aka: Grasshopper)

    Jo Clear (aka: Grasshopper) GoComics PRO Member said, 3 days ago

    Well at least you should be glad you are not a squirrel, Little Dog….Look at all of that wonderful adventure land on your side of the highway…As usual, another beautiful Sunday strip…I surely will miss Sundays the most….Everyone’s there….Buz, Jack, the squirrels, skunk and even Torti’s girl…oh and there’s a sail rat on the highway too….beautiful birds….it is just a lot to take in for the last time….Thanx Steve…

  3. unnormal

    unnormal said, 2 days ago

    Thank you, Steve.
    It has been a wonderful adventure.
    The comics will not be complete without your incredibly beautiful strip.

  4. ladywatcher

    ladywatcher said, 2 days ago

    awwwwwwwwwwwwww love the great adventures of LDL…hoping to see reruns.

  5. Jennifer

    Jennifer said, 2 days ago

    Look… Another lost dog is waiting to cross the road!

  6. Toonerific

    Toonerific said, 2 days ago

    That’s awesome to see the entire journey including in one image.

    There’s another lovable pup on gocomics that needs support, please consider subscribing to him:

  7. scottie4851

    scottie4851 said, 2 days ago

    Another lovely ironic twist! All this time, LD and Tortie have been traveling about in a wildlife preserve. Gorgeous scenery, lots of different kinds of animals and habitats. Another edition for my refrigerator!

    Hey, gang, don’t we have one more week to see how this continues to unfold?

  8. tcar-1

    tcar-1 said, 2 days ago

    I know I’m repeating myself but I want ‘new’ Little Dog to be okay too.

  9. James Utting

    James Utting said, 2 days ago

    Steve Boreman still hasn’t revealed LDL name, I do hope we aren’t all kept pondering about that.

    How many of you actually know the name of the crow that hangs around with that wicked vulture with his grim sense of humour.?

    When our beloved LDL finally ends this month I sincerely hope that Steve Boreman has the complete series published in print or at least ebook format. I know for sure I ’ll be first in line for a copy of LDL adventures.

  10. Billy Rainey

    Billy Rainey GoComics PRO Member said, 2 days ago

    Fantastic, original, form-challenging, intellect-engaging, ponderously and wonderful strip. Congratulations to all who had a hand in publishing it over the years. On more than one occasion I paused over some image or notion presented in LDL. It often gave me something to think about. Isn’t life wonderful that way!

  11. rsketch

    rsketch GoComics PRO Member said, 2 days ago

    It’s been a great strip. Is the name Saint Eligius a reference to St. Elsewhere and the rather unusual ending of that series?

  12. BC

    BC GoComics PRO Member said, 2 days ago

    Please don’t let this end

  13. N Rage

    N Rage said, 2 days ago

    @ Wabbit raccoon? what about otter.. thus the twig dam. ;-)

  14. TheWildSow

    TheWildSow said, 2 days ago


    I think it’s a hawk, not an eagle; bald eagles much prefer FISH to squirrel or any other mammal. Although they’ll scavenge a roadkill if it’s there! And you know, baby eagles & hawks need to eat too.
    That’s one of the reasons prey-type critters have LOTS of offspring.

  15. Wabbit

    Wabbit GoComics PRO Member said, 2 days ago


    Oh, you are right it probably is a hawk.
    And those birds are all wanting dinner.
    But That squirrel is maybe one of LDL’s friends. Sad about the flat rat too.
    But Death comes to us all.
    I was very young when I asked “Will you die?” followed by “will I die” and that followed by “Then Why Bother?”
    And then I learned about the precious times that come only through living.

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