Inubaka: Crazy For Dogs, Volume 3

Inubaka Crazy For Dogs Volume Could Suguri s Lupin really share a psychic bond with the pet store manager Suguri gets a second job at night and her work performance at the pet store starts to suffer due to her lack of sleep Then

  • Title: Inubaka: Crazy For Dogs, Volume 3
  • Author: Yukiya Sakuragi
  • ISBN: 9781421511511
  • Page: 178
  • Format: Paperback
  • Could Suguri s Lupin really share a psychic bond with the pet store manager Suguri gets a second job at night, and her work performance at the pet store starts to suffer due to her lack of sleep Then she and her coworker Chizuru come across a shady pet shop with a lot of sick dogs, and they re determined to find out what s going on

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    1. I liked this installment slightly more than the first two, as it stopped relying so heavily on poop humor. Dog poop just isn't all that funny! This manga is really cute for dog lovers. There are random facts about dogs spread throughout this volume, just like the first two---maybe a little less but it's still there. And pretty much anything involving adorable puppies is a win in my book!

    2. Some villains are introduced! Fight crime with crime?It's kind of neat how the cast of recurring characters is growing.

    3. Still enjoying this fun series. I liked that Suguri and friends helped the apricot poodles find a better life than being sick in a crooked pet shop.

    4. I really enjoyed reading "Inubaka: Crazy for Dogs" as it brought me a new appreciation and love towards dogs. The storyline is quite unique and I loved the humour throughout the series, which never gets old the more you read the books over and over again.

    5. Surprising amount of male gaze going on. It doesn't help that the dialogue is vacuous. I understand that this was translated from Japanese, but that doesn't give the translators an excuse to be lazy. The best thing this book has going for it is that it teaches you a lot about owning a dog. Finally, there's this weird, creepy vibe in the book because it pays a lot of attention to when dogs pee and poo. You're saying, "But, Corey, that's normal for dogs." Yeah, well there's a certain panel where t [...]

    6. The adventures of Saguri and Lupin continue. Some of the minor characters get more page space in this one. Saguri and her friend from the night club feel the need to take the law into their own hands and take down a dog shop that is treating dogs as "things" and not as living animals. Their dogs are sick and the owner of shop does not care - until he is confronted by the staff and friends of Woofles. I think the author, Sakuragi, does a really nice job of highlighting the different types of peop [...]

    7. Ahhfreshing shojo style after reading Animal Land.Kim's dog, I was so scared when he bit the electrical cord!And Czerny-chan's awesome too.Suguri as a hostessah. She has short hair like me now, yay!Much fanservice.It was scary when that evil guy was trying to make money of the dogs. The chapter title is so true-Dogs Aren't Things. When Suguri was trying to free the dogs from that evil man, that was such an ALF moment. She had every right to free those dogs that were sick and crammed in horrible [...]

    8. Suguri is adorable and naive almost to a fault. But seriously, why did she have to get a second job! Woofles isn't paying the bills!

    9. Once again, cute manipulation. But still readable and I'm learning quite a bit about dogs. Is there something like this out there, but for cats?

    10. As the plot begins to develop there's always so many dramtic turns and surprises around every corner for poor Suguri, though she always seems to take on everything with such elated energy!

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