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While Americans worry over the plight of affordable health care, their dogs are more anxious than they’ve been since the Great Bacon Rebellion of 1890.

Dogs, of course, aren’t concerned for themselves, but for us, their Giants. As socially cooperative pack animals, they long ago solved their health care challenges through a system of eating grass, then throwing up. Coincidentally, a similar measure for humans is being considered by Congress, although it would eliminate many grasslands and restrict where the insured could puke.

Read more on our litter-mate blog, Sleeping between Giants.

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A holiday tradition! I’ve reposted this Independence Day Sleeping between Giants strip every year since 1776.

Enjoy! As our Founding Fathers did.

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Like humans, canines have been known to bully their own species, although they rarely steal lunch money and never send harassing texts due to the absence of thumbs.

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“If you prick us, do we not bleed? If you machine wash us, do we not shred?” (The Merchant of Venice and his Dog: Act 3, Scene 1.)

Tug toys are people, too!

The latest cartoon from our litter-mate blog, Sleeping between Giants.

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Biting satire ’cause, you know, dogs bite!

Read it on our litter-mate blog, Sleeping between Giants: Life, if you could call it that, with a terrier.

Oh, and there’s more there, so spend the afternoon. We’ll cover for you.

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Who will watch the watch dogs?

The latest cartoon from Sleeping between Giants, our litter-mate blog.

Funny? Always. Political? Often. Neutered? Grudgingly.

Read and enjoy. Then leave.

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final-for-writegood-linkThe battle for the hearts, minds, and bacon treats rages on.

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It’s the feel-good, dog-related, humorously-satirical, easy-to-read, highly-visual, like-and-share, fun-for-all-ages blog of the season!

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