Marmaduke by Brad Anderson


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  1. scoots4

    scoots4 said, about 4 years ago

    Brain-fart-I don’t get it!!?

  2. Number Three

    Number Three said, almost 4 years ago

    Marm looks pleased with himself…

    LOL xxx

  3. angusdad

    angusdad said, almost 4 years ago


    the rough equation is 1 human year is equal to 7 dog years.

  4. Wet & Soggy

    Wet & Soggy GoComics PRO Member said, almost 4 years ago

    Marm is the perfect dog…he never gets really sick, or hit by a baseball, or a speeding car…he never bites anyone, loves life and everything and everyone in it….but even though he is my favorite online dog, I will take the two little stinkers at my feet even as I type this, anyday…yes, they were rescues, and no my Basset doesnt have papers, but all you gotta do is look at him to tell…and the terroristic terrior may not be all that, but dont tell him that…the only one we all bow down to is another rescue, Ms. Katrinka the wonderful (just ask her, she’ll tell you) siamese … years ago when I owned or had the priviledge of sharing his life, a great dane ; I also had a siamese (unrescued, just bought and paid for and loved supremely) Master Sargent (his name) thought that his life depended on Q of S’s good opinion of him (q of s = Queen of Siam, her registered name along with about 12 others)…Master Sgt would take his milk bones over to her, and only after she “nosed” him would he eat them…Great Danes are just that, GREAT! The biggest sweetie anyone will ever love. (and they can be very protective when need be!)

  5. Nun'Ya Bidness

    Nun'Ya Bidness said, almost 4 years ago

    I like a dog that I can pick up and not hurt my back, and also, if i accidently step on it, it won’t break. A Beagle is about the perfect size.

    What I have is a lab-chow mix, not the brightest, but definately affectionate!

    We have 2 adult humans in the house, “Momma!” (me) and “Not the Momma!” (my husband). yep, she’s the defination of loyal and so funny!

    But sometimes she ‘weirds me out’, she’ll walk all the way out to the back fence, and just sit and stare. Sometimes at me, sometimes at Mike. No smile, won’t come, just stares. Sometimes for hours.

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