A selection of favorites from Dogs: A Fetching Deck of Creative Canines by Chet Phillips.
From The Postmasters Advocate, May 1930
“I took him out to lunch at a Mexican restaurant with a girlfriend today, and he was very easy, shoveling in massive amounts of avocado, plain beans, flour tortilla. But on the way home he pooped, and from the front seat it smelled like a sick walrus had gone to the bathroom in the backseat, or died. When I got home I laid him on my bed to change him, and said, ‘Wow, honey! This one is the new gold standard,’ and he clapped solemnly.”
— Anne Lamott in Some Assembly Required (2012)
Found while cleaning, a box of 15, each 1 3/4″ x 2 1/2″.
Art from the Kelley/Mouse Studios (Alton Kelley and Stanley Mouse) for the 1974 Monster T-Shirt catalog.
Color plates from Our Naval War with Spain (1898) by James Rankin Young