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(Facebook) Video Throw away your Xanax and fire your therapist. Watch all 4 minutes of this dog and deer playing together and feel calmer than you have all day   ( divider line
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2014-01-09 11:05:47 PM  
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Isn't this cute, Woman posts 4 year old YouTube video (that I think I've seen on Fark) to Facebook and people think she took it.
Dog versus Deer ORIGINALby mlcarriker - 4,115,668 views
Uploaded on Dec 25, 2009
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 catfood and play with our dog, Buddy. He doesn't care much for deer corn.
Ellen Degeneres showed this video on her show and website on January 22, 2010!
Anderson Cooper 360 showed the video on March 30, 2010!
This was on the Bonnie Hunt show on March 31, 2010!
We made it to Japan!
2014-01-09 05:56:15 PM  
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That deer was playing. That fence wouldn't be any problem for the deer to jump over and not once did the deer raise its tail in alarm.
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