This deer is to happy to meet the dog she is doing a happy dance

When this dog goes for a walk, he often gets some company. This time, his companion decided to bust some moves in the river. And towards the end, what the dog is doing is pretty interesting, too!

Fun Deer Facts for Kids

A male deer is usually called a ‘buck’. A large male deer is often called ‘stag’. A female deer is usually called a ‘doe’. A young deer is usually called a ‘fawn’. A group of deer is known as a ‘herd’.

Deer have long legs typically suited to the environments they live in. They can jump high and swim well.

Most deer are born with white spots but lose them within a year.


Responses to "Dog and Deer Take River Romp Together "

  1. pfkisa says:

    Wild animals respond to body language. The body language of the retriever clearly shows that this dog is no danger to the deer. I've seen this "cooperation" between species many times: Scrub jays sitting close to a hawk without fear, because they understand that this hawk just ate and is resting, etc., etc. I truly believe that we still do not understand how accurately wildlife observes it's enemies, and their current intentions. I think this deer thought the dog was a harmless clown. Had the dog had shown any kind of tension or aggression in his movements, the deer would be gone in an instant. They know far more than we give them credit for..

  2. Anonymous says:

    The deer is hyper and really enjoying itself! I could watch this many times over!

  3. Anonymous says:

    "Play! Pay Attention and Play. I want to play!" "No, Need to retrieve rocks! Maybe some other time." "But I want to Play!" This is a cute moment and glad that it was caught on film. Beautiful interaction.

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