Get your daily dose of canine funny with Off the Leash cartoons!
London-based cartoonist Rupert Fawcett didn't always draw dogs. And he wasn't always famous.
Fred made his way into magazines and greeting cards, soon followed by another original character named Daddy.
While Fawcett's cartoon career has certainly taken off since his first doodle back in 1989, we at Wide Open Pets are a little partial to the Off the Leash comics. The images offer a dose of bow-wow humor to which every pooch owner can relate.
Sometimes our dogs do things we don't understand, like rolling in any and everything dirty, dead and disgusting.
Sometimes dogs run our lives.
And cause domestic disputes.
Dogs don't seem to grasp the concept of privacy.
Or personal space.
But we love them anyway.
Do you have a favorite dog cartoonist? Share with us in the comments below!
All images via Off the Leash/Rupert Fawcett.
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