Cartoon Caption Contest Results

It’s time for the top captions in our September Cartoon Caption Contest featuring the artwork of Dan Rosandich.

New Cartoon Caption Contests are announced at the start of the month (alternating months).

New Joke Contests are announced at the start of the month (alternating months).  The next joke contest will be announced on October 1, 2010.

Here are this month’s cartoon and the results:

** FIRST PLACE **

The cat won’t do it, so Fido is our only hope for extra income.
     Tom Nee, Oak Lawn, Illinois

** SECOND PLACE **

I knew that teaching him how to write wasn’t the best idea
     Boris

** THIRD PLACE (TIE) **

I said, Send him to Obedience School, Not to English as a Second Language.
     Sol Morrison, Santa Barbara, California

Ignore him, if you give him anything he’ll just go spend it on Beggin Strips.
     Scott Knight, Las Vegas, Nevada

HONORABLE MENTION (in random order)

  – He’s on a strict diet…he eats whatever he begs for.
  – Don’t give him a dime… He’ll just spend it all on marking his territory, and chasing cars!
  – That’s enough practice, now go and make us some money.
  – Barb, I think it is about time we cancel that “Increase Your Dog’s IQ” course that we’ve been attending at PetWorld.
  – Sit, roll over and play dead I understand, but why in the world did you teach him to beg?
  – Oh, by the way, when was the last time you fed the dog?
  – Now they’re using kid’s pets for school fund raising
  – The economy has finally gone to the dogs.
  – Don’t laugh…he brings in over $100 a day.
  – They saw you coming, Dear.  They sold you a Guide Dog for the Blonde.
  – Fido just needs to understand that he’s been downsized!
  – No problem yet, but if Poochie finds out about picketing, there could be trouble!
  – Get a job.
  – This Economy has force me to get a little creative with my dog training business.
  – Beggars can’t be choosers.
  – He was part of three blind mice until the mice found out he was a dog.
  – He found that dog costume in a dumpster.

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