How to Live with a Neurotic Dog (1963)


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8 December 2002 | llltdesq
| One of four in a series and, while good, the weakest of the four.
While I'm tempted to say that the title contains a redundancy (I like cats as a general rule better than dogs), I'll focus instead on the cartoon. Rembrandt Films produced some marvelous work in the 1960s, including a series of four shorts, all narrated by Arthur Treacher: from best to worst (though all are good) they are Self Defense-For Cowards, How To Avoid Friendship, How To Win On a Thruway and this one. Framed as informational programs designed to help the viewer manage a particular situation, they are hilariously satirical and the selection of Treacher as narrator was positively inspired! All of them are entertaining and well worth tracking down. This one is exactly what the title says it is: advice on coping with your neurotic dog. But the cartoon reminds my why I feel that the more I see of humans, the better I like animals. Not the best of the series, but still worth watching. Recommended.

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