Monday, December 03, 2012

Monday Dose of Cute: Sheep vs. Beagle

Sheep vs beagle (1) -

More photos below. . .

Sheep vs beagle (2) -

Sheep vs beagle (3) -

How's your Monday going so far?

More sheep? Here.
More beagle Bert? Here.
More from the front field? Here.

©, the brave little foodie farm blog where just because it's 21 against 1 doesn't mean you're definitely going to get flattened—but it's a good idea to brace yourself for the onslaught just in case. (And that shiny bright red thing is for feeding big round bales of hay—very soon.)


  1. ah, brave, Beagle Bert - obviously not easily intimidated! What a guy!

    Looks like you are seriously getting ready for winter. Don't let the unseasonable current temps fool us. Winter is coming! :-)

  2. so cute and it looks like he wants to play.Is that a chocalate colored sheep or black?

  3. Bert... What a cutie! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

  4. I'm happy to see that Bert made it through the sheep stampede unscathed! :)


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