Saturday, December 10

Weekend Dog Blogging: Robin Loves Deer Season

Sun, Hay, Fresh Venison. . . What A Life!

© Copyright, the carnivorous foodie farm blog where Robin has caught her fair share of rabbits and squirrels, but she's never quite managed to take down a deer on her own—in season or not.


  1. Wow, what a photo! Such adoration!

  2. Susan,I love dogs.I had 2 ...when they passed on I couldnt take the pain.Felt like a part of me was gone.Now I can never get myself to taking care of another pet dog...its too painful..the loss.
    I just love the pictures of all the cute little animals of your farm.Gives me such joy seeing those pics..:)
    Btw, Susan,I’ve tagged you to do a meme -you are what you eat…the latest meme going around. Hope you can participate and
    share your top favourite foods.Pls check the link below:

  3. Hi Kelly,
    There's nothing Robin loves more than some nice aged venison. : )

    Hi Jamie,
    You got it!

    Hi Sailu,
    It is really, really difficult to lose a pet. But the upside is that they bring so much joy to our lives. No one will ever replace my wonderful dog, Rex, who spent 7-1/2 glorious years with me. But I can't imagine not having had Robin for the past 9 years. And then there's Bear. Dogs are always so happy!

    Thanks for tagging me on the favorite food meme. I promise I'll get to it soon! : )

    P.S. Loved your meme post. Sure made me hungry, though.

  4. I love seeing photos of Robin because she reminds me of the two beagles I grew up with: Bullet and Sherman.


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