Tag Archives: Dogs

Karen and Kim

Plot

Karen’s father is a policeman. She wants a police Alsatian dog, so Dad gives her one, Kim, for her 13th birthday. Soon after, he dies of a heart attack. Unfortunately Karen’s stepmother is against her having Kim. And when Kim is accused of killing sheep, Karen runs away with him.

Notes

Appeared

  • Karen and Kim – Bunty. No publication dates currently available.

One Girl And Her Dog [1987]

Plot

A selection of short stories about different girls and their dogs. In one story, Rachel a shy girl convinces her parents to let her have a small timid puppy she names Ringo. Sticking up for Ringo builds her confidence and they win at charity dog show. In another story. Lindy takes in a stray dog, which her mother isn’t happy about because all she cares about are her pedigree poodles. She is grateful for the stray when he saves them all from a fire and happily his owner sees the story in the paper.

Notes

  • Andy Tew

Appeared

  • One Girl And Her Dog – Suzy: #246 (23 May 1987) – #249 (13 June 1987)

No Dogs Allowed [1986]

Plot

When Colonel Voler banned dogs from Britain in the 1990s, Meg Brown set out with her dog Floss and her three pups to join her father, a wanted resistance worker in Portsmouth. She was pursued by security officer Gritten who hoped to trace her father and destroy the dogs.

Notes

Appeared

  • No Dogs Allowed – Suzy: #213 (4 October 1986) – #222 (6 December 1986)

The Dog Next Door

Plot

Different stories told each week involving dogs next door each story has a new title. The first story “Old Glen” a dog that takes his neighbours doll, later saves her life. In “The Beach Buddies” a spoilt actress is jealous of her dog co-star.

dog next door

Notes

  • Each story had a different name.
  • The Dog Next Door: Old Glen (#65), The Family who Lived in the Mill (#66), Secret in the Shawl (#67), The Singing Admiral (#68),  Brave Little Scout (#69), The Beach Buddies (#70), My Pal Rusty (#71)

Appeared

  • The Dog Next Door Emma:  #65 (19 May 1979) – #71 (30 June 1979)

Servant of the Sacred Dogs / Maid of the Lion Dogs

Plot:

In ancient China, Linyi is maid of the Chinese Emperor’s Dogs, known as the Lion Dogs. She faces big trouble if anything happens to them – and each week, something does (illness, being naughty, going missing etc) – and she has to use quick wits to solve the problem as fast as possible.

Lion Dogs

Notes:

  • Artist: Robert MacGillivray

Appeared:

  • Servant of the Sacred Dogs – Bunty: #484 (22 April 1967) – #495 (8 July 1967)
  • Reprinted as Maid of the Lion Dogs –  Debbie: #72 (29 June 1974) – #85 (28 Sep 1974) No episodes in #’s 81 and 84.

Million-Pound Mutt

Plot

Linda Morgan’s dog, Mutt, has been left a fortune by Mrs Fraser. Relatives of Mrs Fraser hire Fred Snell, a private detective, to spy on Linda to ensure she sticks to the conditions of the will.

Mutt

Notes

Appeared

  • Million-Pound Mutt –  Debbie:  circa #43 (8 December 1973) – (?)