The dictionary definition of satire:


1. The use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people’s stupidity or vices, particularly in the context of…

2. A play, novel, film, or other work that uses satire.

The essence of is to proved a vehicle for animals of a different persuasions to lend a voice to the under served. In this case, lend a voice to the dogs of this world who are either kept by so called “dog owners,” or dogs who run in packs to survive or to “bad rhyme” attributed to unsuccessful ventures, notwithstanding  movies, literary efforts and/or members of society who are not considered “cool” in the vernacular of the entitled.

So what did we just say? We are not sure, but whatever it was it was certain to be linked with “double talk.”

Satire in this case is never meant to be harmful, but really meant to poke fun at hypocrisy,  ignorance, and the penchant most humans have for convention and to follow the follower.

Satire, “gone to the dogs,” contains a double entendre that targets the ironies of life as well as the clear lack of accountability that accompanies the outlandish claims that cartoon canines might assert.   (Sounds like more double talk ?)

The bottom line of this treatise is to convey that this is really tongue in cheek effort geared, we hope, to make people think and perhaps wonder what the relevance of the whole exercise is all about.

If and when, you the reader finds out what that significance is, will you please let us know as we are still searching for that answer  as well.

In the meantime, the web site visitor has our permission to laugh or cry as they see fit.