At last. While cat-themed tarots continue to hit the market right and left, it's been a while since we've seen a dog-themed tarot. Mueller and Mueller's Magical Dogs Tarot is the first "true" 78-card, canine-centric tarot we've seen since Sédillot and Trapet's Tarot du Chien back in 1992 (although the latter has been reprinted several times since then). And while the Sédillot / Trapet deck may have a bit of the edge on style and charm, the Mueller's have given us a nice take on the concept that bends toward a tribal / shamanistic undertone. The result ties the imagery and feel together in a nicely cohesive manner. The card titles undergo the common tweaking to enhance the bonding of the theme to the traditional archetypes, including some of the majors (for example, "Judgment" becomes "The Call"), the suits (Fire / Sea / Sky / Earth rather than Wands / Cups / Swords / Pentacles), and the courts (Puppy / Guardian / Alpha Female / Alpha Male).