Texts from Dog 2025 Day-to-Day Calendar

There's something to be said for that special bond between a dog and his loving owner. But if you ask this particular dog's owner, October Jones, he'll tell you that their bond is always at risk of being broken.

Meet Dog—he's a text-savvy, foul-mouthed, lazy, crude, self-absorbed British bulldog that is insistent on texting his owner every thought that comes to him at any time. Each day of the Texts from Dog 2025 Day-to-Day Calendar features these imaginary, comical, and somewhat tasteless SMS exchanges shared between him and his loving and very patient owner. It's canine humor at its finest.

Features include:

  • 4.6" x 4.6" page size
  • No single-use plastic
  • Recyclable chipboard easel backer for desk or tabletop display
  • Printed on FSC certified paper with soy-based ink
  • Full-color tear-off pages
  • Day/Date reference on each page
  • Combined weekend pages
  • Official major world holidays and observances
  • Includes Daily Extra! bonus content on the back of each day's page

About the Author

October Jones is the pseudonym of English animator Joe Butcher who was born and raised in Birmingham, England.

Joe developed a keen interest in visual storytelling at school, particularly the cartoons of Chuck Jones. Upon leaving school, he attended the University of Wolverhampton and came away with a first class degree in Animation. 

After graduating, Joe landed a job at a small media company in Derby, where he designed learning software for kids. The company has won several BETT Awards for its educational CD-ROMs and web games. Joe remains a keen animator and his YouTube videos have accumulated almost one million views. He has worked on animation projects for the BBC, as well as doing music videos for UK comedy band The Amateur Transplants.

Ironically, Joe spent most of his childhood afraid of dogs.

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