Art History 101: Dog Bark Alarm

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Art History 101: Dog Bark Alarm

The dog on the balcony says he's not barking at the cat. He's trying to warn everybody about the volcano. It looks like it's about to erupt.

Editor's Note: True story: while I was assembling this witty cartoon, my own dog bark alarm sounded. I jumped three feet: Lola is very loud for a five-pound dog. No volcanos, though: just Max, the brown dog across the street. Lola has a feud with him.

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