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    Dog and Deer Play

    This is so adorable...Explanation below
    Dog and Deer Play

    "My brother found this deer alone and malnourished when it was a tiny baby. My family bottle fed the baby, named Theen, until he was eating grass. Several months later he's very socialized with people, our black lab, and our cats. He is free to wander if he likes and we've seen him with several herds of whitetail and axis deer. Apparently he fits in just fine with them. He frequently comes back to the house to eat some cat food and play with our dog, Buddy."

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    Precious, but I hope one doesn't unintentionally hurt the other.

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    So, the lab is king of the ball, but the deer has big weapons in his front paws or whatever they are called.

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    Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lacey View Post
    So, the lab is king of the ball, but the deer has big weapons in his front paws or whatever they are called.
    They call them hooves....

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    thanks, stupid me, not accustomed to playing with deer

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    Just a heads up for those who don't know:
    My brother found this deer alone and malnourished when it was a tiny baby.
    A female deer leaves her newborn alone and hidden and only visits it a couple of times a day. Most "rescued" baby deer are actually kidnapped.

    And cute as it is, if the deer is going to live in the wild, it needs to be very very afraid of all dogs.
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