Dog eat Doug

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Dog eat Doug
Dog Eat Doug (title panel).png
Default title panel for Dog eat Doug Sunday strips from 2005 to 2007.
Author(s) Brian Anderson
Current status / schedule Running
Launch date November 14, 2005
Syndicate(s) Creators Syndicate
Genre(s) Humor / Politics / Social satire

Dog eat Doug (often abbreviated DeD) is a comic strip written and illustrated by Brian Anderson. It began in 2004 as a webcomic that ran on the cartoonist's homepage and Comics Sherpa,[1] and was later picked up for newspaper syndication through Creators Syndicate. The newspaper run began on November 14, 2005.

The "Dog" in the title refers to Sophie, an African lab; while Doug, the infant son of her owner, serves as the other half. The two share a love-hate relationship in their everyday lives and imaginations, with Doug often responding to Sophie's actions by saying "Bak!" Doug's parents also make appearances in the strip as minor characters, though they are only seen from the neck down, similarly to animated shows such as Cow and Chicken.


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