As a cartoonist you often have to draw different types of dogs. For example, in this cartoon I think that\u2019s a lab in the front left, a poodle front right, and a German shepherd rear right. But what kind of dog is rear left? What breed is leading this meeting? Why it\u2019s an Anderdog, of course. The Anderdog first appeared almost 20 years ago when I started cartooning. He\u2019s sort of just a generic dog. Long nose, a little chubby, shortish tail\u2026 But what really makes the Anderdog an Anderdog are those pointy/floppy ears. Seriously, if you look back at almost two decades of my cartoons you see this mutt appear over and over. It used to bother me that I couldn\u2019t figure out the breed, but once I discovered it was an Anderdog, I felt so much better. Now if I can just get Westminster to recognize it.