When Harman and Ising left Warner Brothers -- it's a lot more complicated than that, but let's let that stand as shorthand for the process -- they took Bosko, the Talk-Ink Kid with them. They left him alone for a few years, but eventually they revived him, Honey and his dog Bruno, re-imaging them slightly as small children. Here, in this decent, though dated cartoon, they are at the circus, causing havoc -- and Bruno is acting exactly like Pluto Pup. Even as Termite Terrace was breaking free of its children's orientation under the chaos of Tex Avery and Bob Clampett's units, Harman was still trying to do what worked, and eventually would become a back number.
There are some good points to this cartoon: there is an almost rotoscoped quality to the cartoon animals here as things break loose. But the cutesy attitude of the entire matter does not wear well for an older audience.