Mila and I wish everyone very happy Bull Terrier holidays! Happy Easter!
Merry Christmas, everyone, and a Happy New Year!
People have been asking me for several years now, if I will ever publish a calendar with my cartoons. The second half of the year is always pretty busy in my office and so far I had never found the time to do it.
Now I finally made it! I am so proud and happy to be able to present my very first Bull Terrier Calendar just in time for your holiday gift shopping!
I have gathered some of my finest and funniest cartoons in a colorful calendar for you that can be ordered on Zazzle.
I really hope you like it! Let me know what you think!
I have also made a German version available. The jokes in the cartoons and the calendar are both in German language.
Just want to put this little cartoon I drafted for you out here to wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy!
It’s been a while. I’ve just been so awfully busy lately. But we all are, right?
So, I thought of something extra special to make up for the long pause.
This is something I’ve been wanting to do in a looong time:
Don’t you just love those artistic make-ups and masks for “Dia de los Muertos”?
Well, I do – a LOT.
And here we are, right in the middle of it.
What could be a better motif than a precious English Bull Terrier wearing such a mask, right?
So I took an older drawing on mine of my precious girl Mila and created my own version of those morbidly beautiful masks.
Hope you enjoy my drawing, everyone – Feliz Dia De Los Muertos and HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
When they’re up to something you better prepare for hugs and kisses … like father, like son. 🙂
Hi all! In light of the recent heat in some areas – we in Florida have a record summer – I want to dedicate this post to a very important topic: dog overheating.
I’ve used the opportunity to draw again to brighten up the otherwise pretty serious matter.
Every year we hear about deaths or health issues of children and pets left unattended in the heat of a car. Please pay attention to your pets and children in the summer heat! The temperatures can become health and even life-threatening in some cases quicker than some people are expecting.
Due to several requests for distributing this chart in printed posters, I’ve prepared two different printable versions – landscape and portrait in standard poster size of 11 x 17 in. If you want to help dogs and like to have the printable file, please contact me. I’ll send you a download link. It’s FREE.