Scotch and toilet water?: a book of dog cartoons

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H.N. Abrams, Apr 1, 2003 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 128 pages
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In the funniest dog cartoon book ever, beloved New Yorker cartoonist Leo Cullum pokes gentle fun at the foibles and eccentricities of cavorting canines and their human owners. Or is it the dogs who are in charge? As his enchanted fans well know, Cullum's dogs are an eclectic and enterprising lot. They are lawyers and doctors and businessmen, and more than a few like to sit in bars and debate the predicaments of life. Whether they portray a confounded dog therapy patient searching for the reason he is barking, or an exasperated dog humoring his human's owners need to keep throwing a stick for him to fetch, the 125 laugh-outloud cartoons in this book tell us almost as much about people as they do about dogs.

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About the author (2003)

Leo Cullum is a retired commercial airline pilot who lives in Malibu, CA. When he wasn't flying the friendly skies, Leo was making his cartoons take off; he's published hundreds of them. Leo is also a proud cancer survivor.

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