Did you know that hagar’s dog is the most funny dog ever?

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In this post, we will be talking about Hagar’s dog. And I am sure not many people have heard or read about the cartoon ‘Hagar The Horrible’ first created in 1973 by the talented cartoonist Dik Browne. The strip is a caricature commenting modern day life in America through a loose interpretation of Viking Age Scandinavian life. Since Browne’s retirement in 1988 (and subsequent death), his son Chris Browne has continued the strip. Hägar is both a fierce warrior and a family man—with the same problems as your average modern suburbanite. One running gag involves his exceptionally poor personal hygiene; for example, his annual bath is a time of national rejoicing and celebrations.

The most funny character, according to me, is Snert, Hagar’s dog. He is supposed to be a bird/hunting dog, but the reader gets the impression that most of the time he just doesn’t feel like working. Snert understands everything Hagar tells him, but usually refuses to do what he’s told.

Snert wears a miniature Viking helmet like everyone else in Hagar’s household—including the pets. Snert barks with a Viking accent (“voof”).

Enjoy some of the comic extracts on Snert, Hagar’s dog, as you scroll down below.

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Enjoy the following DVD if you enjoy watching some cartoons::

Description: Join in the Sunday morning funnies with this hilarious triple feature of classic cartoons. “Beetle Bailey” – General Halftrack and Sergeant Snorkel are bound and determined to make soldiers out of Beetle Bailey and his lazy chums, but that’s like trying to tiptoe through a mine field. It’s one explosion of laughter after another in these ten episodes. “Betty Boop” – Betty and her friends are trying to become movie stars, but to pay the rent they must take a job guarding one of Hollywood’s leading ladies. When her jewels are stolen, it is Betty’s job to find the thieves and get the jewels back, before she gets her chance on the silver screen. “Hagar the Horrible” – Hagar’s life is in a tailspin when he returns from a long voyage to find his children, Honey and Hamlet, running amok. Honey is engaged to a lute player instead of some burly, helmet-wearing heathen and Hamlet has been kicked out of the Viking academy and is reading and writing poetry. Hagar is flabbergasted and decides to take charge. Boy, is he in for a surprise.


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