No Dogs on the Sofa

No Dogs on the Sofa : Perfect Pedigrees and Mischievous Mutts

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Lazy Labradors, springing Springers, terrible Terriers, permed Poodles, working dogs, lapdogs, hang-dogs and even sausage dogs! All these and more fill cartoonist Bryn's latest book.


Bryn's first book was Mad Dogs and Englishmen. This time, it's all about the dogs; no humans to get in the way of a dog's life!


Bryn can't imagine drawing without a dog at his feet or, more likely, sneaking onto the sofa. Whether it's barking at the postman, chewing on the TV remote, poking around in the bin for a tasty morsel or just letting off foul smells, Bryn's dogs are real. He's owned pedigrees and mutts, he's even tried to train them with limited success. They are obstinate, disobedient and embarrassing but they are family and much loved.


This book of canine cartoons is the dog's doodahs and makes the perfect present for anyone who is similarly dog mad.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 112 pages
  • 200 x 200 x 15mm | 358g
  • Shrewsbury, United Kingdom
  • English
  • cartoons
  • 1846892740
  • 9781846892745
  • 1,452,496

About Bryn Parry

Bryn Parry OBE is one of Britain's best known countryside cartoonists.


Bryn was the naughty schoolboy doodling in the margins of his textbooks. He drew cartoons while serving in the army and finally decided to turn his hobby into a living. His work will be instantly familiar to anyone who shares his passion for the countryside, shooting and badly behaved dogs.


His cartoons appear in country magazines and he has illustrated countless products with his witty, detailed and perceptive pictures. Bryn's previous bestsellers are Mad Dogs and Englishmen, Shooting Types, Horses for Courses, Sex in the Country , 101 Shooting Excuses and, with his wife Emma, Home on the Range.


In 2007, Bryn and Emma successfully established the Help for Heroes foundation.
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