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One Girl and her Dog [1983]

Plot

A peaceful loch-side had been horrifically interrupted when mysterious killers staged an “accident”, from which the only survivors were a girl who had lost her memory and the dog she relied on to protect her. Now the girl and her dog were walking down a shadowy street in a northern city.

one-girl-and-her-dog

Notes

  • Artist: Don Walker

Appeared

  • One Girl and her Dog –  Judy:  #1217 (07 May 1983) – #1225 (02 July 1983)

Goldie – Little Dog Lost

Plot

In 1940 with her father lying in hospital injured after a German air-raid, Lindy Lewis is searching London for Goldie, her pet cocker spaniel, who has run away. Goldie is due to have pups any day. Lindy is living temporarily with Betty Tripp and her family. Betty’s sister, Mary, has lost the power of speech after an air-raid. Mary takes Lindy to a bomb site where she saw a stray spaniel. With the help of Rags, a mongrel Lindy has befriended, she recovers a spaniel puppy from a hide-out under some debris.

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Notes:

Appeared:

  • Goldie – Little Dog Lost – Emma: #54 (3 March 1979) – #64 (12 May 1979)

Dog

Plot:

A humour strip, usually three panels, narrated by a dog. It usually appeared in the Mini Mag section.

dog

Notes:

Appeared:

  • Dog –  Judy and Tracy:  #1306 (19 Jan. 1985) – (?)

Other Appearances:

  • Dog –  Judy Annual 1985
  • Dog –  Judy Annual 1986
  • Dog –  Judy Annual 1987
  • Dog –  Judy Annual 1988
  • Dog –  Judy Annual 1989

A New Home for Harvey / Harvey – Go Home!

Plot:

The adventures of a dog named Harvey. In the first story, A New Home for Harvey, after being abandoned, Harvey finds a new home with Pat and her family but then they have to move to an apartment complex that doesn’t allow pets. The family try and find a new home but Harvey is determined to stay with Pat.

In Here’s Harvey, Harvey  is trying to help Pat find her sister, Sara, a boyfriend, though it is proving more difficult than they thought.

In A Holiday for Harvey, him and Pat go to work at Sandhill Holiday Camp and Lucy the owner’s grandchild gets quite attached to Harvey.

In Harvey’s Hotel – Harvey and his owner Pat are helping Pat’s sister Sara and her husband Greg at the hotel they run.

In Harvey – Go Home!, Harvey is dognapped, he escapes but needs to find his way home to Pat. He gets in many adventures on the way.

harvey go home

Notes:

  • A New Home for Harvey and Here’s Harvey, reprinted and translated to Dutch as “Een plekje voor Wally” ( “A Place for Wally”) – Debbie super stripstory #20 (1987)
  • Harvey’s Hotel, reprinted and translated to Dutch as “Wally in het hotel” – Debbie Dierenstripboek #36 (1983).

Appeared:

  • A New Home for Harvey – Tracy: #01 (06 October 1979) – #13 (29 December 1979)
  • Here’s Harvey – Tracy: #55 (18 October 1980)- #66 (3 January 1981)
  • A Holiday for Harvey – Tracy: #93 (11 July 1981) – #104 (26 September 1981)
  • Harvey’s Hotel – Tracy:   #151 (21 August 1982) – #161 (30 October 1982)
  • Harvey – Go Home! – Tracy: #239 (28 April 1984) – #277 (19 January 1985)
  • Harvey – Go Home!  –  Judy & Tracy: #1306 (19 January 1985) – (?)

Other Appearances:

  • Harvey – Go Home!  –  Judy for Girls 1988

Luv, Jeff

Plot:

A spin off from Luv, Lisa, this one page text story is told by Lisa’s dog, Jeff. Labelled as ‘Doggie Talk From Lisa Codd’s Loveable Pet’ in the first episode.

Notes:

  • Text story

Appeared:

  • Luv, Jeff –  Bunty:  #1730 (09 March 1991) –  #1734 (20 April 1991)

 

 

Doctor Fido

Plot:

Thirteen year old Sally Downes lived at Bridge House Children’s Home where she liked helping out with the younger children. When an injured dog wandered into the grounds, Sally took care of him, and he bacame a firm favourite with the children, who named him Doctor Fido.

A different version turns up in a Bunty Picture Story Library book. Nurse Jill Elliot gets a job at Endervale Children’s Home and brings her dog Fido, who she’s owned since he was a pup. The Matron isn’t too happy but the children beg her to let the dog stay and they nickname him Doctor Fido.

Notes:

Appeared:

  • Doctor Fido –  Bunty:  #1687 (12 May 1990)  –  #1697 (21 July 1990)

Other Appearances:

  • Doctor Fido – Bunty Picture Story Library: #359

 

 

No Collar For Scrap

Plot:

A story told from the point of view of a dog Scrap, who doesn’t want a domestic life.  There are no speech or thought bubbles, instead a paragraph of text is underneath each picture.

no collar for scrap

 

Notes:

Appeared:

  • No Collar For Scrap –  Bunty: #1131 (15 September  1979) – #1147 (05 January 1980)

 

 

Bringing Up the Barkers!

Plot:

When the rough and ready Barker family inherited Janner Hall, Walter the Dalmatian, who was part of the inheritance was appalled. Then Aunt Flo Pooter arrived and began smoothing off their rough edges and Walter was better pleased. He considered her to be one of his “own sort”.

Bringing Up the Barkers!

Notes:

  • Art: Andy Tew

Appeared:

  • Bringing Up the Barkers!  –  Bunty: # 1604 (8 October 1988) – #1618 (14 Jan. 1989)
  • The Barkers–  Bunty: #1758 (21 September 1991) – #1770 (14 December 1991)

Other Appearances:

  • Bringing Up the Barkers!  – Bunty Annual 1990

 

Peg of the Peaks

Plot:

Peg Duncan, an orphan, was determined to turn her dog,  Shep into a champion sheepdog. When Peg lost her job on Major Keane’s estate, her Uncle Dan told the girl who would have nothing more to do with her. Peg set out to prove she could manage on her own, after coming second in a Sheepdog Trial, she started to work with Mr Evans of Westdale Farm.

Peg Of The Peaks

Notes:

  • Art: George Ramsbottom

Appeared:

  • Peg Of The Peaks –  Bunty:   #59 (28 Feb 1959) – #71 (23 May 1959)