This hound was a non-anthropomorphic dog.


This easily-angered but ultimately inefficient "houn' dog" belonged to an old, illiterate French gentleman who became a hermit in a German forest following the Revolution. His master was aware that he couldn't bite anyone, but put up signs claiming that he, on the other hand, could, and would, bite any trespassers.

Behind the scenesEdit

This hound appears in the 2016 story Duckenstein.

As the story is one of the Grandi Parodie, he is a historical counterpart to a present-day regular — namely, Hard-Haid Moe's Houn' Dog.

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