Creator Of Brutus & Pixie Comes Up With Origins Of “Unique Dog Breeds” And It’s Totally Hilarious

Some Unique Dog Breeds and their Origin

I’m sure most of you are familiar with Ben Herd, the artist behind “Brutus & Pixie.” He is no stranger to the world of Webcomics, thanks to his renowned work, which has garnered him over 1.7 million Instagram followers.

Ben Herd, on the other hand, does a lot more than work on the ‘Brutus & Pixie’ comics. He is constantly coming up with new and humorous ideas that only need to be written down. Most recently, he created a strip that makes us wonder, “Where do some of the unique dog breeds originate?” And believe me when I say that the rationale is truly amusing.

Scroll down to see his most current work, which will not only make sense but will also make you chuckle.

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Wolves and Huskies are understandble.

And so are these…

The secret has now been revealed.

No wonder why Chihuahuas are always so excited for no reason.

Perfect explanation.

I’m sure most of you are familiar with Ben Herd, the artist behind “Brutus & Pixie.” He is no stranger to the world of Webcomics, thanks to his renowned work, which has garnered him over 1.7 million Instagram followers. Ben Herd, on the other hand, does a lot more than work on the ‘Brutus & Pixie’ comics. He is constantly coming up with new and humorous ideas that only need to be written down. Most recently, he created a strip that makes us wonder, “Where do some of the unique dog breeds originate?” And believe me when I say that the rationale is truly amusing.

Pet Foolery 1-0 Science.

As it appears, viewers had some theories of their own.

I don’t know why but they all make sense too.

Chihuahuas and rats?!

Interesting theories but I think Chihuahuas are wolf + squirrels.

I attest to the pug theory; it’s beautifully explained.

Do you have any theories about how certain dog breeds came to be? Please share them with us in the comments section below! Also, spread the word so that your friends can participate in the discussion.

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