Most of us love dogs, but let’s face it some of their behavior can be pretty strange, and if you didn’t think so before it’s time to put yourself in their paws. Hot Paper Comics creator Martin Rosner created a series that allows you to do some hilarious role reversal, wherein he depicts scenarios that answers the question “what if people acted like dogs.”

The young Croatian was inspired by his love of the furry animal and even has his own dog, a yellow lab named Thor. “Dogs are great and bring a smile to my face so I made comics about them,” he told Bored Panda. The 23-year-old only began drawing a year and seven months ago but has already been met with some success. “Since I started my comics I got the chance to talk to a lot of cool comic authors. Extra Fabulous Comics, MrLovestein and Perry Bible Fellowship being some of them. I had been reading them for years and talking to them has been surreal,” he said.

For his artistic process, Rosner said he writes out ten ideas and then chooses the one he likes the best, “I learned that failure is the most important part of making better art.” The young cartoonist said at the moment he is looking for a job to pay the bills but isn’t letting go of his true passions, “I hope to one day make a living from making comics and doing stand-up.”

Scroll down below to see some episodes from this hilarious comic series by Hot Paper Comics!

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If people acted like dogs, Episode I

Episode II, Postman

Episode III, Academics

Episode IV, Texting

Episode V, Enemies

Episode VI, Social Anxiety

Episode VII, Gift

Episode VIII, Home alone

Special episode

Martin also sent Bored Panda some pics of his adorable lab, Thor