A unique look inside the mind of the family pet from bestselling cartoonist Adrian Raeside.
We humans spend an awful lot of time thinking, talking and writing about dogs—and watching funny dog videos online. But have we really figured out these strange, hairy creatures that have invaded couches and beds around the globe? Fortunately, The World According to Dogs is here for you, sharing your pet’s unvarnished opinions about what you don’t really get about them. It turns out that dogs have a sense of humour when it comes to human antics and are willing to open up about the many ways we’ve got them all wrong.
Helpfully translated from Dog to English by bestselling cartoonist Adrian Raeside, The World According to Dogs covers such worthy topics as dog breeds (complicated), new puppies (cute but destructive), accessorizing your dog (don’t do it) and the many, many uses of the humble dog biscuit. With over one hundred dog cartoons and lighthearted accompanying text, this Rosetta Stone of retrievers will give both those with a new puppy and the most experienced dog people some helpful tips for improving their human-canine relations along with lots of laughs.
About the author
Adrian Raeside was born 1957 in Dunedin, New Zealand. At the age of 15 he moved with his parents to England then on to Canada, where he worked at various jobs from loading grain ships in Thunder Bay, to surveying on the West Coast. Editorial cartoonist for the Victoria Times Colonist for 32 years, Raeside's editorial cartoons appear in over 200 newspapers and magazines worldwide, from the Los Angeles Times, to Newsweek Japan.
In 1988, Raeside began producing animated editorial cartoons for the CBC Journal, going on to create, direct and produce dozens of animated shows for Turner Broadcasting and Children's Television Workshop - adapting Jim Henson Muppet characters for animation.
Raeside is the author of over a dozen books. He lives in Whistler, BC.
Other titles by Adrian Raeside
Wildlife for Idiots
Tails Don't Lie 2
A Pack of Dog Cartoons
The Best of Adrian Raeside
A Treasury of BC Cartoons
Return To Antarctica
The Amazing Adventure of Sir Charles Wright on Robert Scott's Journey to the South Pole
Tails Don't Lie
A Decade of Dog Cartoons (70 in Dog Years)
The Rainbow Bridge
A Visit to Pet Paradise
No Sailing Waits and Other Ferry Tales
30 Years of BC Ferries Cartoons