Bored with my 9-5 job, I started making comics about my life with my husband, our two dogs, and cat during my free time!
#1 Dogs Chewing?
#2 Whenever It’s Raining, The Dog Looks At Me Like It’s My Fault!
I Treat My Health Issues And My Pet’s Health Issues With Very Different Levels Of Concern…
Get A Pet And You’ll Never Go The Bathroom Alone Again!
We Bought A Cat Tree And He Prefers The Box It Came In…
When You’re On Vacation But All You Can Think About Is Your Pets…
“Do You Want To Go For A Walk?” Are The Magic Words That Get Goober Going!
Yay Now We’re All Barking!
Take A Moment To Think Of Your Puppies Who Probably Think The World Is Ending
Just A Crazy Pet Mom Out With Her Babies!
Why Bother Buying Dog Toys When The Dog Prefers Trash??
A Very Accurate Pie Chart Of How I Spend My Time
Reluctant Dog Dads Are The Best!
Captain Has Two Settings: Cowboy And Boy Scout
Our Home Security System Likes Treats And Belly Rubs!
My Dachshund Likes To Pretend He’s Tall Sometimes
When You Have Dogs, You Make Them Go Check On Things That Go Bump In The Night!
My Dog Goober Has Four Expressions
A pet, or companion animal, is an animal kept primarily for a person’s company or entertainment rather than as a working animal, livestock, or a laboratory animal. Popular pets are often considered to have attractive appearances, intelligence, and relatable personalities, but some pets may be taken in on an altruistic basis (such as a stray animal) and accepted by the owner regardless of these characteristics.
Pets provide their owners (or “guardians”) both physical and emotional benefits. Walking a dog can provide both the human and the dog with exercise, fresh air, and social interaction. Pets can give companionship to people who are living alone or elderly adults who do not have adequate social interaction with other people. There is a medically approved class of therapy animals, mostly dogs or cats, that are brought to visit confined humans, such as children in hospitals or elders in nursing homes. Pet therapy utilizes trained animals and handlers to achieve specific physical, social, cognitive, or emotional goals with patients.