But his owner better clean it up.
Dad: “Why’s our house become such a dump?”
“Yeah” not “ya”, Brian. You aren’t texting your buddy in high school you’re writing for an international audience. It’s only two letters; write them out.
Dude – Brian is speaking in the characters’ voices, not his own. Chill.
A pit stop is the only way to really tell the whole story. Sort of like a dog news paper. They’ll read it later with their noses. Maybe roll around in it to collect the coupons.
Priceless love it
I can’t be the only one who read “Morning, Ralph” and immediately got a mental picture of those cartoons with Wile E. Coyote and the sheepdog.
Ya, go anywhere ya want
“It was a bit long” – said no dog ever!
True Annie, but they’re gonna blame it on you.
In a lifetime of walking dogs. Big dogs, lapdogs, hunting dogs and couch potatoes, I never knew one that considered a walk too long.
Touchy today aren’t we.
That sweet Annie is so accepting; look at that gentle face. And Ralph saw a deer & a fox …what a perfect day!
Maybe “waknoch” can be blocked from this feed, as there is little of value that he/she/it has to offer. Seems to be a whack job. I will resist responding to its negative so-called contributions on this site.
Good Dr. Toon: Ya shudda sed too that warnock troll: Mayhaps ya shud git sum hep fur this attenshun seekin’ problum. (All spelling errors intentional fellow “peeps”.
“Ya, go ahead. It’ll give the place some ambiance. We’ll be by to sniff around in it later.”
Nice to see Annie smiling. She often looks so solemn
It would be good for the lawn. Natural fertilizer.