Friday, August 4, 2017

Here it is, the 100th Post and Dog Painting

I think that this is a good image to end the 100 day challenge with!

Here is an Important Piece of History to Much On
We are all hoping to save our youth!
~Little Angel

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Day 99 in My 100 Day Challenge

Jon Whinebeck's Of Squirrels and Dogs Must Not Be Missed
This story is nothing to scratch about.
~Little Angel

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Day 98 in My 100 Day Challenge

My Fair Doggie is Every Dog's Favorite
If you want a story for the whole family, St. Bernard Paw's Pygmalion is a great bone to enjoy!
~Little Angel

Day 97 of My 100 Day Challenge

A Nice Long Rub is What We All Want
I cannot leave out War and Tummy Rubs by Leo Dog'stoy.  It is a must read for any dog library.
~Little Angel

Monday, July 31, 2017

Day 96 in My 100 Day Challenge

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woof
by Dogward Albee
This is a wonderful story about a bitter couple of dogs which  use other young dogs to deal with their emotional issues.
~Little Angel

Sunday, July 30, 2017

Day 95 in my 100 Day Challenge

I know Why the Caged Dog Sings by  Mimi Doggieangelo
This is a great book for all of you who want to get in touch with your feelings.
~Little Angel

Saturday, July 29, 2017

Day 94 in My 100 Day Challenge

A Wonderful Book for Any Doggie
I am wild about the Purloined Bone, by Dogger Allen Poe.
~Little Angel

Day 93 in My 100 Day Challenge

Great Expectations of a Car Ride by Charles  Dachshund
This is a truly wonderful doggie book!

~Little Angel

Friday, July 28, 2017

Day 92 in My 100 Day Challenge

  Read the Widely Read J. Dog Boneager Novel
Here is an important book for all you doggies, Catch a Stick in the Rye, by J.D. Boneager.
~Little Angel

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Day 91 in My 100 Day Challenge

Enjoy  Dogsop's Fables With Your Pups
Every pup needs to here Dogsop's Fables, The Puppy Who Cried Cat.
~Little Angel

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Day 90 in My 100 Day Challenge

An Anonymous Doggie's Contribution to Society
Enjoy this today with a good bowl of wine!
~Little Angel

Monday, July 24, 2017

Day 89 in My 100 Day Challenge

Harper Dogee's Classic Book to Kill a Squeaky-toy  is the next work -

A family classic you will enjoy!
~Little Angel

Sunday, July 23, 2017

Day 88 in My 100 Day Challenge

William Dogspear's Classic Tale of Pack Difficulties
William Dogspear's Classic Tale of Pack Difficulties.
Little Angel~

Day 87 in My 100 Day Challenge

Fairy Hunters Site Fairies All Around the World
I saw some elk, too bad they were not elves, or I could join in this claim... something to chew on.
~Little Angel

Friday, July 21, 2017

Day 86 in my 100 Day Challenge

Who Doesn't Love Mr. Poodle Goes to Washington

Here's an Old Bone, but a good one!
~Little Angel

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Day 85 in My 100 Day Challenge

Dog Bones Had Nothing to do with My Hair Falling Out Claims Con-Dog

Here is a fun read about those bad dogs!
~Little Angel

Day 84 in My 100 Day Challenge

Mamas Don't Let Your Puppies Dress Like Cats   -  A Book For Every Good Mother
It is time to watch out for our pups!  ~Little Angel

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Day Eighty-Three in my Hundred Day Challenge

Important Information that Every Dog Should Know

It is time to prepare for the coming of the monsters,
~Little Angel

Sunday, July 16, 2017

Friday, July 14, 2017

Day 79 In my 100 Day Challenge

I haven't had good wifi for several days but here is day 79.
Little Angel's Silly Self Help Book-

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Day 78 in My 100 Day Challenge

Hound Dog Brown is one of America's most skilled painters of pups, especially hard digging, cheerful street urchins who earned a pittance as boot blacks, newspaper vendors, to name a few. In some dog homes, he was dubbed the "Boot Black Doggael" because of the glowing faces of his puppy figures and his skill of painting. His paintings of these sympathy-arousing doggies were so popular in a Victorian era of increased industrialization that he became a boneified boneiare from painting sales as well as royalties from lithographs. Who wouldn't give a bone for this tail wagging painting of Dog Boys New York.
~Dr. Theodore Bear

Day 77 in my 100 Day Challenge

Here is a Change of Taste
Walk on the Wild Side and Enjoy this Book About the Bonnie Prince.
~Little Angel

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Day 76 in my 100 Day Challenge

Self Portrait of Aldogt Durer

Here is a wonderful self-portrait by the famous German Aldogt Durer.  Durer is best known for his paw-prints of various types.  He shows himself here as a prosperous young dog in the prime of life.  It is apparent that he has a lot of bones.    I think we all can wag our tails at this painting.
~Dr. Theodore Bear

Monday, July 10, 2017

Sunday, July 9, 2017

Day 74 in my 199 Day Challenge

Every once in a while we all like a painting just because of the subject.  This little painting, “All Cats Cheat” is that for me.  I howled with laughter over the Bulldog with the cigar.  He of course has an excuse because all cats cheat.  It is good to have a bone to bury once in a while.
~Dr. Theodore Bear

Saturday, July 8, 2017

Day 73 of my 100 Day Challenge

The Unseeing Chihuahua

This is a lovely puppy painting of two sisters, one of whom is a musician. They are resting by the roadside after a rainstorm.  One stops to look at the rainbow, and the second does not or can not see the beauty around her.  This painting reminds us to stop and sniff the day!
~Dr Bear

Friday, July 7, 2017

Day 72 in my 100 Day Challenge

Little Angel Recommends Barkie Dogfree, Folk Singer for Lovers of Dog Music
If you love Dog Music, then you will enjoy the story of Barkie Dogfree
~Little Angel

Thursday, July 6, 2017

Day 71 in my 100 Day Challenge

Today Dr. Bear Found a Rousseau.  It has been challenging to keep up with this and my online classes while we explore galleries and take pictures in Taos, Santa Fe and Colorado.  Tomorrow we head out to Cloudcroft and my online classes are fin!  Time to paint.

As you may remember I am a  great fan of the incredible self taught genius Henri Dousseau.  This talented doggie has done it again.  The Sleeping Shepard is another painting that grabbed my attention like a hot piece of bacon.  The terrified Shepard, sleeping with his flock has met up with much more than he counted on.  You can almost feel the hot breath of the lion.  This is what makes Dousseau such a wonderful artist.
Dr. Theodore Bear

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Day 70 of my 100 Day Challenge

Today as Tootsie Pop,  I gave homage to Shepard Fairey's Obey Giant series.


Is famous wrestler missing?  Today across Doggiewood mysterious  posters popped up on walls, newsstands, signs and just about everywhere.  The poster asks "Where is Dogdrey the Giant?"  In case you have been hiding under a bone, Dogdrey the Giant is a Professional Wrestler with numerous World Wide Dog Wrestling Heavy Weight Championships.

 This pooper-scooper wants to know what happened to this Giant Husky.  Why is he missing?  Did he wonder off, or maybe he was dog-napped.  What in the chew-toy happened to poor Dogdrey?
  Here's hoping for answers~ Tootsie Pop

Day 69 of my 100 Day Challenge

A Firecracker of a Dog
It is nice to read about important dog females in History! 
Especially today~Little Angel

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Day 68 of the 100 Day Challenge

This day's painting is of Little Peggie Princess
Who wouldn’t like the painting of Peggie Princess by Ruff Rufus.  This lovely Yorkie was greatly loved by many of her suitors.  She is shown here tending her roses in her family garden. Ruff Rufus, one of the first American writers as well as artist was a great admirer of the little Yorkie.  I certainly can see why–wooof.
Dr. Theodore Bear

Monday, July 3, 2017

Day 67 in My 100 Day Challenge

This Painting is a book for little angel's library.
For all of you who love music, a nice book to chew on is Buddy Dogstein.
~Little Angel

Saturday, July 1, 2017

Day 66 in my 100 Day Challenge

Today's painting is a Doggiewood Star of Stage and Film, Beauty Bulldog.

Will Grieving Widow Soon Take the Wedding Plunge?

Today Doggiewood film star Beauty Bulldog, best known for her role  as Baby, in As Dogs Like It by William Dogspear had her good name buried in the dirt.  Beauty was seen at the Brown Doggie with a married Dog! The Dirt is flying for more than a few buried bones.

 The newly widowed Beauty has  been missing from Doggiewood for the last two months. Is the popular howler Freddie Hunter, who happens to be married to that beautiful blond,  Gracie Jack Russell, the cause?  It took more than howling to distract Beauty from her grief, for this  is  a relationship that has gone on for some time, much more than just one innocent bowl of chow.

 This doggie writer wonders if it will be splitsville foe the long marries couple and wedding vows for Beauty and Freddie.  Always Your Pooper Scooper~Tootsie Pop

Friday, June 30, 2017

Day 65 in my 100 Day Challenge

For day 65 I created a pool pup- on Tootsie Pop Doggiewood 911

Believe it or Not Pool Pup

Yesterday in Grand Central Station  six month child prodigy old Fifi Chow gave an exhibition of her  ability to play pool. To great applause Fifi edged out a professional pool hound at this exhibition.

 Fifi is from Brooklyn and taught herself to play in her family dog house. Her talent landed her a spot on on WNEW-TV's Dograma tonight.

 I don't know about you but I am chomping at the bone to see this tiny pup play pool .~Tootsie Pop

Thursday, June 29, 2017

Day 64 in my 100 Day Challenge

I could not resist a Salavadore Dogi story.

The Cat Did It All

The art world was shocked today when Salavadore Dogi announced that his cat was the creator of his paintings. The talented feline started by arranging twigs and leaves as a kitten and soon moved into making paw print pictures on the outside of his house with mud.  "Then I woke up one morning, and found him sitting in front of a fantistical painting of large group of animals with impossibly long legs". said Dogi.  "It wasn't long before I knew that he really had something.  But who would buy paintings by a cat?  That is just too surreal.  Of course, I then became the stand in for his fantastical paintings.” He admitted.
Dogi’s daring doggie lifestyle was apparently part of this sham. This skeptical columnist wonders if this is just another one of Doggie's outlandish attempts to gain more notoriety. I wasn't whelped Yesterday.~Tootsiepop

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Day 63 in my 100 Day Challenge

Happy Birthday Robbie Socks
Well known doggie author Robby Socks turned eighty-five today.  Socks, is best known for his doggie poetry.  Who wouldn't bark for "A Fireplug Not Used", "The Smell of Trees" and" Peeing in the Woods on a Snowy Morning"?  I believe that a poem can be simply barked while not being simple .  Thank you for your barking Robby Socks and many happy birthdays.  ~Tootsie Pop

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Day 62 in the 100 Day Challenge

Sixty two days of doggie paintings lead me to create this famous mobster's photograph for Doggiewood 911.

Doggie Enemy Number One At Large

Dog Bureau of Investigation Declared a Nation Wide Alert for Baby Face Rufus! 

 Baby Face Rufus, a doggie bank robber was declared public enemy number one today.  Dogis was given the nickname Baby Face due to his youthful appearance and small stature, although few dare call him "Baby Face" to his face. His doggie associates call him "Dimmy".
At the age of seven, Rufua was arrested after shooting a playmate in the jaw with a pistol he had found. He served over a year in the state reformatory.  Arrested again for theft and joyriding at the age of 13, he was sent to a penal school. Rufus then became gang-affiliated during his mid-teens and immediately became the leader of the gang.
Rufus is responsible for killing more DBI agents in the line of duty  than any other doggie.  As doggie enemy number one loose on the public, I for one hope that the DBI do there job and bring him in to pay for his crimes very soon.
~Tootsie Pop

Monday, June 26, 2017

Day 61 in 100 Day Challenge

Type Casting Gone to the Dogs

I'd call it type casting, but it''s just too dog-gone strange.  Doggiewood's bad girl pup, Rascal Rohand was cast today to play both pups in We're No Angels.  Rohand was recently in trouble with the pound herself for joyriding in her Uncle Bill's truck.  This is not her first brush with the Pound either.  The little Rascal has been in and out of trouble from day one, according to her Uncle.

 Being cast as the angels in this dogbuster could make a cat laugh, and that's the straight poop ~ Tootsie Pop

Sunday, June 25, 2017

Day 60 in 100 Day Challenge

One Doggar Bill May Soon Change

Everyone knows the Dog-father of our grrreat nation George Doggerton. We celebrate his fame in our nations capital, Doggerton D.C.  Most of all we see his likeness all the time on the One Doggar Bill.

Believe it or Not... a number of dogs in Doggress are trying to change the face of the One Doggar Bill.  What has old George done for us lately anyway." said the Doggressman from Arkandog.  I think it's time we put former great President, Bill Dogton from my grrreat state on the One Doggar Bill.

For Barking Out Loud! Our grrreat history as  a country has honored our Dog-father George Doggerton, and I for one believe that we should not chase our tails on this one.

No Fleas on This Doggie...Tootsie Pop

Saturday, June 24, 2017

Day 59 in the 100 Day Challenge

Who is Dr. Moose- A Page for the Puppies- Is he a goat in a coat? ~ Little Angel

Friday, June 23, 2017

Day 58 in 100 Day Challenge

Add some excitement to your day, read the thrilling story about the whelp of Orleans,

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Day 56 in 100 Day Challenge

Presidential Doggie- - Rocky Dogson Under Suspicion

There is a flurry of excitement today at the nations Doghouse when the President was accused  of an illegal cover-up of the fleas placed at the Doggergate hotel. According to sources, President Rocky Dogson was informed multiple times about the bugging of the Dogercrat Headquarters.  This reporter smells a rat!  If President Dogson was involved in this we are in for one of the biggest doggie scandels of all time.  Are  you taking us on a wild ride Cocky Rocky?
As Always--Tootsiepop

Monday, June 19, 2017

Day 54 in 100 Day Challenege

This lovely puppy and her kitten is one of my favorite subjects.  I am bow-wowy crazy over paintings that remind me of my own puppy past.  This painting makes me remember the days spent at my granddoggies farm.  I hope that you enjoy this Country Puppy with me.
Dr. Theodore Bear

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Day 52 in the 100 day Challenge

Self Portrait of Missy van Harrier
This is the earliest painting by a known female painter. It is certainly wonderful to have an opportunity to enjoy this bowtiful painting.  The young Missy  Harrier was a brave doggie indeed to paint a portrait of herself.  Usually young females painted under their father’s names so that their work would be accepted.  I hope that you join in with a barking salute to this brave artist.  ~Dr. Theodore Bear