Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy
“Doggie style makes me horny”
Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy were the most intelligent dogs that ever was to walk on earth, but no one ever knew this.
Augie Doggie was born in 1950 under the name Augustine Caesar Doggie Jr., but was shortened to Augie since he was just a pup when the show came on called "Augie Doggie". His mom Doggie Mommy was Your mom. And since she was what she was...left Augie Doggie on the day he was born, that's why Doggie Mommy was never seen.
Doggie Daddy was born in 1930 and was named Augustine Caesar Doggie Sr. because of his confidence during The Great Depression. He always bored his son with "When I was your age" stories, but in 1950, Doggie Daddy married Doggie Mommy because she was pregnant. The marriage only lasted for a month since Doggie Mommy had other interests.
Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy
In 1959, Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy went to Hollywood to see if they could make it into Dog Food Commercials. Well...they didn't, but Hanna-Barbera saw their resume which was blank and signed them to a show for a lifetime.
Augie Doggie would share a show with Quick Draw McGraw and even though the series was like that of My Black Son, it was better than "Loopy de Loop". But in 1962, things went wrong when Doggie Daddy attacked Top Cat's trainer, Phil Silvers. Silvers threatened a lawsuit against Doggie Daddy and Augie Doggie went into a Foster Home and Doggie Daddy went to Obedience School. And to this day, no one knows why Doggie Daddy snapped.
Obedience School and Vietnam
Doggie Daddy went into Obedience School for a few years and when the Vietnam War broke-out, Doggie Daddy had three choices...apologize to Hanna-Barbera (which he never did), stay in Obedience School, or enlist in the Army. So Doggie Daddy went into the Army and was later drafted into Vietnam despite having flat feet.
Admiral Donald was Doggie Daddy's Platoon leader and in the battles, Doggie Daddy would save Admiral Donald who lost only his shirt in Vietnam. And even though Admiral Donald never thanked Doggie Daddy...he finally did in 1972.
Augie Doggie always asked Doggie Daddy "What's Vietnam, dear ol' Dad"? And Doggie Daddy always said this..."Vietnam was a country where no one had anything", no possessions. "And in Vietnam, no one went to church", no religion too. "It was hard to Imagine...well it's easy if you tried, my son". Doggie Daddy said this in 1971 and one night John Lennon was eavesdropping on Augie Doggie because he thought he spotted Phil Spector's house after taking too much acid. This lead to the song "Imagine" and Doggie Daddy would later sue Lennon, but there was no verdict.
Death and a new Life
In 1972, Doggie Daddy would participate in the 1972 Olympics in Munich and to much surprise, the Really Rottens killed the Yogi Yahooeys who were to bring happiness to the USA Team, but Doggie Daddy died and Augie Doggie cried.
But no fear, in 1970 Augie Doggie had a son and he called him Augustine Caesar Doggie III and he called him Augie Doggie and he became Doggie Daddy. And they appear in some cartoons that Hanna-Barbera did later on...and yet we still don't know who Doggie Mommy is.
And every 20 years, Augie Doggie would become Doggie Daddy and he would have another Augie Doggie, so don't expect this to end anytime soon.