Sunday, January 08, 2012

Sunday Dose of Cute: Equal Opportunity Treat Thief, Version Two

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(Click here to see version one)

More photos below. . .

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More Bert? Here.
More sheep? Here.
More treats? Here and here.

© FarmgirlFare.com, the sneaky and shameless (those were Christmas sheep treats!) foodie farm blog where beagle Bert may run around more than all the rest of us combined, but he also eats more than all the rest of us combined. Let's just say I don't think all those bulges are rippling muscles. . .

9 comments:

  1. I want to come live on your lovely farm! I adore all your animal photos.

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  2. He's getting a little full-figured, isn't he ?~! I love how he has settled into your home and lands as if he'd been waiting for you to bring him home to his rightful domicile.

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  3. Look at that boy , he looks so underfed! NOT! But so cute! LOL!

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  4. What is it with the dogs liking the sheep/goat/horse treats?!? And of course our goats and horse like the dog food! LOL!!

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  5. I always love Burt's....sturdiness. And his name fits him perfectly!

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  6. We are big dog/girl dog people, but that Bert is the cutest darn dog I've ever seen! He could change my whole way of thinking!!

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  7. I love Bert. He's just too darn cute and obviously, way too much fun!

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