Owning a Labrador retriever is a true joy; here is a trusted and loyal companion with a winning personality. Athletic and graceful, it will retrieve a frisbee in the backyard or a downed goose in the autumn marshes. But owning a Lab also has a certain, characteristic downside as well: they love to steal your favorite chair (and shed on it too); have bad breath and other less than perfect grooming habits; and still receive more love and attention than you do. Through Bruce Cochran's cartoons, lab owners and all dog lovers are sure to relate to and laugh at the quirky antics of the lovable lab.
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Cartoonist Bruce Cochran brings his humor to us from a broad background in the outdoors as well as the arts. Graduating from Oklahoma University with his Bachelor's in Design, he worked for Hallmark Cards as a writer/illustrator, and soon moved on to freelancing jobs with such publications as Playboy, Look, Saturday Evening Post, Sports Afield, Field & Stream, and the nation's #1 selling newspaper, USA Today.
His interest in the outdoors makes Cochran an avid hunter, fisherman, and collector of antique duck decoys. A sponsor member of Ducks Unlimited, his watercolors have been exhibited at the Easton, MD, Waterfowl Festival and the National Ducks Unlimited Wildlife Art Show.
Cochran says he has "been trained by a succession of three Labrador Retrievers."
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