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Have a little 'Hair Of The Dawg'

Gordon Kirkland, president and senior editor of At Large Features Syndicate, Inc., is pleased to announce the addition of Quinn Williams' comic strip "Hair of the Dawg," a comic perspective on a dog's life.

Gordon Kirkland, president and senior editor of At Large Features Syndicate, Inc., is pleased to announce the addition of Quinn Williams' comic strip "Hair of the Dawg," a comic perspective on a dog's life.
Chase, the main character, shows the reader the life of a dog through his experiences and interactions with the other characters.
Whether Chase is on his own, with his pals Gabby and Russell or misleading the new puppy Marly, "Hair of the Dawg" provides humor by adding canine insight into ordinary situations experienced by both pets and people.
The strip is sold as a weekly or daily feature.
A Sunday color strip is offered as well.
"We're very excited about the potential for this strip," Kirkland said. "It's sure to be a hit with just about anyone who loves dogs. I see a lot of my four-legged office assistants in Quinn Williams' characters."
Quinn Williams grew up in Superior, and now resides in Duluth.
Since he was a young child, drawing cartoons and comic strips has been an integral part of his life.
In school, he spent more class time doodling and drawing than reading and writing, soon finding out that the only productive class periods were study halls.
In study hall he was allowed to concentrate on his drawings without frequent interruptions from teachers and their "educational agenda."
At Large Features Syndicate, Inc. provides feature columns, comic strips, single-panel cartoons and educational features to daily and weekly newspapers throughout the United States and Canada.
Samples of "Hair of the Dawg" and all of its other features can be found on the company's Web site at http://www.atlargefeatures .
com.

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