Cranbrook Deer

Submitted by: madest 7 years ago in Misc

Starts off sweet then takes decidedly anti-dog turn. Mommy deer takes her job seriously.
There are 133 comments:
Male 220
The fact that the deer was just protecting its baby wouldn`t make me hesitate for a second to take a sword to it if it drated with one of my pets...
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Female 257
o-omg that was horrifying
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Female 56
I live in Elliot Lake, Ontario - Bear country. Not to mention mountain lions, deers, elk, wild cats, turkey vultures, linx, wolf and much more. Any idiot simpleton in EL knows you don`t treat a wild animal like a domestic animal no matter how "cute" they look. Person behind the vid cam should be sent out in earth tone colors and antlers strapped to her head during hunting season for being such a dumb arse. Honestly, what did she really think would happen?
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Male 1
bustamovexxx Are you serious? I live in the midwest and see deer in my back yard all the time and I live in a city. As for why the mother "Let" the fawn wander into the neighborhood, How do you know that? None of us can see how the Fawn got their to begin with. Have you thought maybe the Fawn ran away from its mother and the mother came looking for him/her? Happens humans all the time.

As for the idiots with the Video, Firstly the deer is wild so letting any domestic animal near them is the work of a simpleton. First they let their cat follow the fawn and then it seems their dog is let roam loose on the street. Serves them right the mother deer was protecting its young plain and simple. Doesn`t matter if its the woods or the neighborhood. Remember wild animals were on this planet long before humans.

One does hope the dog and cat or ok but lesson learnt by the owners. Make sure your pets are accounted for.
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Female 151
lpycb42...your arrogance in all fo this strikes a nerve. the mom deer WAS stupid, if she was SOOO protective why wasn`t she there at the beginning of the video? why is she bringing her fawn into a neighborhood? worried about the baby`s future? the mom deer brought it there, and it was nearly under a car. thats a stupid deer, don`t stand up for it.

the lesson that needs learned is that the next time that deer could attack a dog could be it`s last, i know PLENTY of people who are more than willing to shoot that damn thing in the head including me if it EVER went after my dog. she can protect her baby? fine, i`ll protect my pet.
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Male 271
I don`t blame the deer for what it did. It thought the dog was a wolf and it was freaking out already. The only reason it waited to trample the cat was because it thought it was a raccoon or skunk or something.

That said this is very hard to watch, especially when you see and hear the dog`s reaction... he just doesn`t know what to do at all, and how could he? It`s different seeing this attack on a wolf or mountain lion, something that knows when another animal is running at you it`s not to play.
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Male 237
Kilroy, nice effort at starting a religion debate, try holding your breath until someone bites, I`m sure the quality of IAB`s threads will improve.

I still stick by my belief that this is not the fault of the deer. There are a number of parties of to blame here, animal control, the neighbourhood inhabitants, and most importantly, the owner of the dog. The deer is a wild animal, doing what it would do naturally, and I don;t blame it, I wouldn`t want a predator approaching my offspring, and I`d defend them with my life.
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Male 105
It would be rather enjoyable with a hungry pitbull instead.-happy pitbull enjoys venison..:)
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Male 496
These are fun posts to read! As to who gives up the right to decide whether deer lives, I think the answer depends on your beliefs. If you believe in creationism, God gave us sentience and superiority over animals; therefore God gave us the right. If you believe in evolution, well, we`ve evolved an intellect which gave us sentience and the ability to decide whether other animals should live or die; therefore nature gave us the right to decide by its own natural processes.

Long live human beings! Oh, and venison. Mmm... deer...
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Male 496
Yes, shoot the deer in the head with a hollow point. That way you won`t have to spit out any shot when you`re eating venison sausages. Mmmm... deer...
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Male 496
Damn... that deer f*cked some sh*t up.
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Male 159
When my dog was just a puppy we almost had this happen, the deer charged but backed off. It is quote scary irl.
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Female 876
Also, I would like to see ANY of you fight a deer. They`re HUGE. They have HOOVES!
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Female 876
I love dogs. I really do. But that was hilarious.

We have a pooton of deer around here. You can see about 40 or so in each field along the road. It`s ridiculous. D:
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Male 2,551
duncstar - I`m sure if the deer was a common occurance there, they wouldn`t be filming it. Chances are, the mother and baby got where they were by accident.

I actually found it REALLY hard to watch what happened to the dog, especially considering the noises the dogs owner was making. );
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Female 3,726
DAMN...if my four legged son was alive and this happened (even though I wouldn`t let my dog roam the neighborhood), I would drating attack that deer. I don`t care what I would have to do. My car is bigger than she is...
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Male 483
Man if that was my dog I would have absolutely tackled that thing and beat it arse. To to all the `Deer overpopulation in the US FTW!` Obviously you`re not drivers or you`d constantly worry about a 200lb. animal crashing through your windshield and killing you or your passengers. Awesome idea.
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Male 237
Why is everyone hating the deer? If the people in that area are willing to let deer live in that close proximity to their property, then they have to accept that deer are not domesticated and will protect their young and themselves from threats. It`s stupid to let your dog out when deer are around, they`re ancestors are direct predators to deer and so the deer responded accordingly.

It`s not nice to see the dog beaten up like that, but it`s the owner`s fault not the deer`s.
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Male 17,511
lpycb42: You obviously are not well informed about the problem of the overpopulation of the white-tailed deer.

There are over 25 million deer nationwide, Well more than the land can sustain. There are 40,000 to 50,000 car collisions with deer reported every year, And that number is likely low because half of them are not reported, According to USGS research biologist Brian Underwood.

It was found that in 2009, about 90 percent of deer ticks tested had the Lyme disease bacteria. The same study showed about 30 percent of ticks tested had babesia, the parasite that causes the malaria like illness babesiosis.

Also, White-tailed deer are responsible for hundreds of millions of dollars worth of damage to farmers crops.

I`m sorry, But the movie Bambi was a anthropomorphic lie by Walt Disney. Educate yourself a little more about it, Please.
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Male 2,402
Actually it wouldn`t hurt
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Female 84


"There are more deer in America now then when the pilgrims landed."

And who exactly are you to decide whether they need to die or not?

I think the US is big enough to house both deers and humans.

I mean thank god nobody thinks we`re overpopulated,decides that we need to disappear, and starts shooting us with a .45 for being so fu-cking harmful to the environment. Right?
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Female 536
I would`ve have gotten in a car and driven towards it to scare it, doing my best not to hit the dog. Poor deer, poor dog, awesome cat was all "Hey... whatareyou... NO, HEY. HEY. STOP IT." -runs off- "...b.itch..."
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Male 17,511
davymid: I don`t know what the deer population is like in Europe, But over here in America they are overpopulated.

The main reasons for their overpopulation are, We killed their predators down to endangered levels (Like wolves and cougars) and we have lots of farm land for them to eat from.

There are more deer in America now then when the pilgrims landed. Source
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Male 5
Holy crap that video made me hate deers so much... (but not really) Domesticated pets are definitely one of my favorite animals.

But then again, when we still had our alaskan malamute, my parents took it to the wild for a walk one day, and there were some wild deers and when he (is it wrong to use "he" for a pet?) saw them, he went berserk, his killer instinct just kicked it and my parents just couldn`t stop him. My mom said she at one point saw a deer leg in the air... and it slowly went down, and our dog finally came back all bloody on his snout. I think I loved that dog more than my parents...

ANYWAY, wildlife in urban areas is always wrong and it spells trouble!
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Male 2,402
Just shoot the damn deer already. Besides now you have to spray for deer ticks.
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Male 12,138
[quote]Any wild animal that had attacked either my pets, kids, family or friends would`ve immediately meet its end with a hollow point .45, Baby in tow or not.[/quote]
I think that`s where we differ, Mr. Evangelical Christian. I wouldn`t kill it. I`d try to scare it off. But then, I`m a liberal hippy evolution-believing, gay-marriage-supporting, climate change believing tree-hugger. It`s an animal, doing what scared animals do.

But you go ahead, shoot that bastard. With a hollow point, no less, to make sure the brains get the appropriate splatter.
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Male 255
Wow, I`m so glad I don`t live in a place full of people so scared to live their lives without a gun handy at all times.
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Female 500
Someone should have stepped in and stopped the deer. There were at least a few people out there; there were multiple voices. Why didn`t that girls screaming "stop it stop it" stop it herself? I would have taken a hit for my dog if he was in that situation.
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Male 17,511
Any wild animal that had attacked either my pets, kids, family or friends would`ve immediately meet its end with a hollow point .45, Baby in tow or not.
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Male 1,399
I would much rather argue with a cop or a judge about discharging a firearm in city limits rather than see my dog die because I didn`t do my job and protect it.

In fact, I hope the locals are using this video to leverage some real response out of animal control; "either come get these things when they show up or I will be forced to kill them."

That said, I`m upset that the dog was loose and wouldn`t come when called, which falls squarely on the owner`s negligence.
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Male 12,138
lpycb42, I think we agree on this, and got off on the wrong foot. I guess when I talk about "teaching the animal a lesson" what I meant was teaching her (and her fawn) to be wary around humans, and to stick to the (ever-diminishing) woods/natural habitat.

Personally, I would have stepped in and try to scare the critter off. There are many people out there (including many here on this thread, all American, I note) whose first sentiment would be "break out the guns and shoot it in the face!"
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Female 84
You have to remember deers have been around before we have so that deer is just strolling around what it thinks is her territory. I`m not saying keep your dogs inside, but if you see a mom deer in protective mode, you get that dog the hell out of the way.

I agree with you about scaring it away towards the woods, but there`s no lesson this animal needs to learn. It`s doing its job and a great one at that. If that mom deer hadn`t done poo about that dog or even the cat, I`d be worried for that baby`s future.
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Male 12,138
[quote]The lesson here is, don`t be stupid and keep your pets away from wild animals.[/quote]
To be fair, it`s a suburban neighbourhood. Looks like the family-pet dog was minding it`s own business and the deer and her fawn just wandered in there. The dog belongs there, the deer doesn`t. What are you going to do, keep your dog indoors all day in case a wild deer happens to stroll down your street?

I still say f*ck that, I woulda *tried* to scare the deer off. Like I said, not with any intention of hurting the stupid bastard, but enough to chase it and it`s baby back the hell into the woods. For one thing, they`d be less likely to be turned into a meat smear on the street by a passing SUV.
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Female 84
" Not to hurt the animal, just scare it enough to back the hell off and teach it a f*cking lesson it won`t forget."

Really? what is that lesson? To not protect its offspring? The same mentality you had when the dog attacked your daughter (which was to protect her) is the same mentality that deer had when it attacked the dog (which was to protect her baby).

The lesson here is, don`t be stupid and keep your pets away from wild animals.
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Female 84
"SERIOUSLY? why would you not go and help that dog!? that poor thing!!!!!!!"

They did, you could hear the owner running. At the same time, the mom is in protective mode and she could attact and hurt a person, very easy. The message was loud and clear: "STAY AWAY".
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Male 12,138
Not trying to be macho here, but I was ready for it (call it parental instinct, whatever), and I immediately socked that f*cker right in the eyeball. And when it predictably turned it`s big brave tail around and fled after taking a snap at a 4-year old, I kicked it right in the balls. The only thing stopping me from chasing it down and pummeling it to the ground (with rocks, if necessary) was my hysterical wife and sobbing, traumatised child behind me.

Anyways, I guess the point is, if it`s your dog being attacked by another animal, don`t shout at it, get in there and get it the f*ck off. Not to hurt the animal, just scare it enough to back the hell off and teach it a f*cking lesson it won`t forget.
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Male 12,138
[quote]SERIOUSLY? why would you not go and help that dog!? that poor thing!!!!!!![/quote]
Feel ya Naz. Reminds me of an incident just last weekend. I was out enjoying the nice weather with my family and a guy with a Rottweiler came along. My 4-year old daughter is crazy about animals, and wanted to pet it. My wife loves rotties (wheras I don`t trust them an inch) and after we both asked the owner if it was OK for our daughter to pet him, if he was friendly etc (and he assured us "Oh yes, he`s a big softie!") then I let our girl stroke him down.

Mind you, something still didn`t sit right with me about the whole scenario, so I hunkered down next to her while she was petting the dog. Next thing, the f*cking dog took a snap right at her face. No growl, no warning, just went right for her.
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Male 39
That Cat Was Pretty Fearless... Just Following The Mom Like "Hey Can I Just Get A Nibble???"
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Female 47
That poor dog D:
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Female 1,585
SERIOUSLY? why would you not go and help that dog!? that poor thing!!!!!!!
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Male 285
I gotta stop letting my dog chase deer.
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Male 208
Lol this obviously wasn`t shot in a very southern area. Someone would have shot it pretty straight up.
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Male 554
Ya like yelling at it is going to do anything!
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Male 9,305
Felt my heart clench up in my chest as I watched. Wanted to run and break it up myself...
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Male 42
just keep filming it.... Move closer and the deer would run like hell...
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Female 346
I absoultely love deer... but I felt so sorry for that dog, I hope to god it`s okay! Doggie wasn`t doing anything. :(
Stupid mommy deer hiding her baby under a car...
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Male 787
That cat kicks ass though. Poor dog, you can see it was just walking around completely unaware. Poor thing got blind sided.
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Male 787
drating deer.
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Male 1,399
I`m with gbreezeatitty; I have no sympathy for the camera guy.

He could`ve been filming a SMALL CHILD.

CHILD PORN.
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Male 10
i think mommy deer just has serious issues, and everyone thought she was crazy, just like every mother
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Male 678
@gbrzeatetee

Not a dog person are you!

Keep those pesky deers out of the burbs it could have been a child that deer attacked then there would be a man hunt out for it.
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Male 17
If the cat was whaled on instead, THEN it would be funny.
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Male 174
I have no sympathy for the dog owner. It could have been the dog attacking a small child. Keep your fscking mutt on a leash.
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Female 1,515
I hope the dog was okay O.o; Poor thing wasn`t even that close...The cat-fawn-doe interaction was hilarious though.
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Male 678
@necrobitch

Did your pussy die. cause that`s cold cold cold
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Male 385
Where is the gun shot ringing out, saving the dog while making a tasty meal at the same time?
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Female 467
lmfao lmfao lmfao
that was epic
smash its brains out deer
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Female 247
oh man! poor doggy! T_T
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Male 678
I don`t think the deer understands english.... "stop it" ...... she sounds like a stupid fat redneck. if that was my dog id have a pet baby deer and a fridge full of tasty meat.
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Male 3,431
Seriously, I can`t stop laughing.
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Male 3,431
The ugly truth behind Bambi`s mama, if she`d had an opportunity, she`d have killed and eaten the hunters.
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Male 314
OUCH,drat that was bad
I`d just run in there and tackle the thing
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Male 1,252
wooo poo-kicked
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Male 1,627
oh man i`d kill that thing
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Female 1,604
aww, and oooo, poor dog :( she was just doing her mommy duties though.
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Female 3,562
Jamie, you won`t be so tough if the deer had 6 foot long antlers to spear you with.
And I still wouldn`t kill the deer to protect a dog. Either way an animal is going to die, and the deer is the only one who has a baby. Wouldn`t want to have to deal with an orphan deer on my hands.
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Female 3,562
I`m sure the dog`s fine. Hell, the dog`s pretty stupid for coming close to an animal obviously so much bigger than itself.
The cat was funny though.
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Female 71
Hell yeah DrHorrible seems to be the only one that got it right. I have a dog and no doubt I wouldn`t just stand by while it was getting beat but I can`t sympathize with people who either let their dog, a predator animal, out when there`s obviously a stressed prey animal (she`s circling around like mad, trying to keep an eye on a weak newborn, some creeper cat, the spectators, and the dog) or haven`t taken the time to train their dog to come when called, or even if the dog is trained, they should have called it in as soon as they were aware of the deer. I don`t see how they wouldn`t have been, it seems the fawn had been there a while (the camera cuts) and would have attracted attention.
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Female 15
those people were retarded, just watching their dog get beat.
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Male 331
I would have ran to it and took it down with one punch to the friggin head.
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Male 108
Honestly, the chicks screaming are friggen idiots. Don`t let your animal out when a wild animal is getting its child to safety. That dog was a threat, and the deer knew it. It acted exactly as animals should.
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Female 452
@IssaTheFiend: I sure would have thrown something at it if I could. Then I would have hunted it down.
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Male 25,416
cool!
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Female 2,352
I like how far out of its way that deer goes to attack that dog. If your dog was getting trampled wouldn`t you I don`t know throw something at the deer instead of scream at it?
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Male 32
isnt US the country with most guns per capita? just shoot the friggin dear and eat it for dinner i say.
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Male 249
that was rude
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Male 1,547
This just shows that deer are like cats, they are cute when they are young, but then they grow up to be non-nice individuals.
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Female 418
LOLOL i love how the deer doesnt give a damn about the cat biting its kids ear and stalking them then just runs off to a dog 30 ft away and beats the crap out of it xDD haha but yeah deer momma flips on kitty later. but atleast kitty dont get hurt YAY.
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Male 49
Well, this was drating unpleasant.
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Male 537
I like the whole cat part... the cat just kinda climbs over it.
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Male 15,510
Towards the end I actually tough it was going to adopt the cat aswell
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Male 587
If you double click the video and go to youtube`s sight you can see comments put up by the person behind the camera. He said that the dog had a limp but recovered(he thinks), and that the dog was not his and that it was reported but nothing was done.
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Male 587
Curiosity almost killed that cat. 8 lives left.
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Male 7,839
just trying to protect her young
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Male 32
Well drat. To date this is likely the most (personally) horrific thing I`ve seen. I have an unusual attachment to dogs and the idea of one being hurt that badly is really the only thing to make me cringe or cry out. I don`t blame anyone for posting it, I just wish I had read the caption a little more carefully. *shudders* Poor thing.
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Male 418
i understand its a residential neighborhood. but if nobody is in the line of fire...realistically.... come on!! nobody has a freaking .22??!!
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Male 2,229
An urban setting and deer don`t mix well. And those who ask why there it wasn`t shots fired, probably cause the Department of Forestry and Oceans wasn`t called. That and it`s illegal to hunt in municipalities.
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Male 26
I love the voice of the women in the background.... Scar!! Scar!! no, stop that....like the deer can hear her. haha awesome
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Male 1,598
The dog didn`t do anything! But the cat smacked it in the face. lol
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Male 2,344
deers ass would have been kicked. at 230lbs, 6`3 and with years of boxing/martial arts behind me would not hestitate for a second to attack the deer back. Saw a hunter get attacked by one that reared up and started smacking him with his hooves for about 3 minutes as it chased him around, did almost no damage aside from bruises and small cuts. That is a small price to pay to stop it from killing your dog.
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Male 328
that poor dog wasn`t even looking.
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Male 222
A dog not on its leash is fair game and part of the natural cycle. And for all those who said they would shoot the deer: You would actually fire shots toward a house in a residential neighborhood? Over a mutt?
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Female 3,574
[quote]Either that, or evolution is a lie and god made deer to be assh*les.[/quote]
lol
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Male 12,138
[quote]I`m curious as to why the deer would attack the dog, when the cat was right there?? any hunters or people with Deer knowledge know anything about it.[/quote]
In evolutionary terms, dogs are just wolves. We`ve changed their physiology through artificial selection, but they`re still the same species as a wolf. In the case of a collie, as that dog appeared to be, they`re not even changed that much from their wolf ancestor, at least in appearance.

The deer`s most prolific natural predator in the wild is wolves... cats not so much. I guess the mere presence of a `wolf` near it`s young fawn was enough to kick-start a defence response in momma-deer, hence the pre-emptive attack.

Either that, or evolution is a lie and god made deer to be assh*les.
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Male 418
wtf? why did nobody shoot it????
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Female 751
I`m curious as to why the deer would attack the dog, when the cat was right there?? any hunters or people with Deer knowledge know anything about it.

it`s very intriguing! Mainly because I would think a dog does pose more threat than a cat, but he wasn`t advancing, that I cuold see, and I didn`t hear him barking or anything. O_o
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Male 601
I suddenly want to go deer hunting.
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Male 196
also i want some deer meat, it is awesome, way better than cow
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Male 196
the cat deserved it becouse it bitch slapped the mommy, but the dog was stuck under the deer and couldnt get on its feet to run away, poor doggy
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Male 71
That fawn would have been orphaned if that was my dog, i would have got my buck knife out and had me some venison that night. MMMMMhmmmMMMm To all that say the dog was stupid, imagine something with four legs comes out of no where and starts kicking the poo out of you knocking you down, unless your a ninja you are not going to get up right away. The cat at least knew the deer was there.
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Male 151
what the hell did the dog do? it was just walking and bam a crazy deer attacks it.
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Male 953
$hit your dog doesn`t even listen to you... You think a wild animal will when you yell "Stop it"? ...DUMB A$$
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Male 1,610
Deer suck. If Louis CK says it then it must be true.
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Male 40,266
That deer couldn`t understand english?
Must be here illegally!!!!!!
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Male 2,552
Dog -- Sat there and got beat up.
Cat -- Ran the hell away.

Cats = Smarter than Dogs.
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Male 109
I`m telling you, just shoot the damn thing. And the young one too, so it doesn`t grow up.
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Male 1,399
Christ I hope that dog lived. Owner`s fault, of course.

When you buy a dog or a cat, you make a deal to train them and protect them.

Dog was wandering freely, wouldn`t come when called and then she thought shouting at the deer was sufficient to protect the dog.

Three big mistakes on the owners` parts.
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Male 4,807
I laughed so hard when it give the cat one kick and the cat is like.... ZOOM , I`m outta here!!

Feel sorry for the dog though, but hey, Momma deerest was doing a fine job protecting her youngin
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Male 180
Most wild animals, and some domestic ones, will do anything to protect their young. Even birds who feel brave will dart in a peck out the eyes of whatever they see as a threat. Including humans.

I`ll guarantee you if anyone had approached the deer they would have at least got the poop kicked out of them and maybe even killed.
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Male 6,693
You want some of this too cat? I`ll woop up on that cat a$$. Bizzo !
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Female 108
I feel sorry for the dog but the momma was just protecting her babe. Where is a hunter when you need em?
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Male 587
I deer hunt and this doesn`t surprise me a bit. It is a mule deer and they get big. I have friends and family who have been kicked by injured deer. One of the 1st things dad taught me about deer hunting was to not let them get close enough to you to kick you or to not corner them. I`m just glad this wasn`t some kid who got attacked. Pui is right, that dog should not have been loose, but it kind of shocks me the dog could not react any better than that. It must been a pretty old dog. If this happened to my Austrian Shepard he would have been running circles around that doe and taken her out 1 leg at a time.

Oh, and I love how the little one sees the dog and hides itself.
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Male 99
But deer are so cute, like polar bears and panda bears. How could they be dangerous? :)

I used to work in Pasadena with about a dozen deer by my office, they bite and kick all the time. Mostly when people feed them or try to pet them, i.e. treat them like pets.
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Male 4
I like how the lady just stands there and yells while she keeps taping. If that were my dog I go and tackle the god damn deer so the dog could get away.
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Male 50
STOP SCREAMING AND GO GET THAT DAMN DEER!
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Female 233
omg. shoot that fudger!
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Male 141
I love how it ends with the woman saying "Hey! No!" and the deer turns round as if to say "You want some too?!"
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Female 4,039
Ohhh - I don`t know who to feel bad for! I wanted to see the cat snuggle the baby deer more. That part was cute.
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Male 4,014
Yeah, it was more traumatic than usual for here
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Male 334
it was cute when the cat was with the fawn near the car, but pui is right. who lets a domesticated animal go near a wild one? really? way to use common sense people.
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Female 2,769
I wish I didn`t watch this.

I would have run over there with something to hit the deer with to help the dog
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Male 1,610
I blame the cat. Instigating little f***ers.
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Male 10,338
Why didn`t the person run at the deer to get it off the dog?

Momma would have left baby no doubt!
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Male 5,194
Stupid goddamn dog. Crapping all over the place, barking its fool head off at three a.m. - GOOD RIDDANCE!
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Male 21
I`ve been an IAB follower for several years now, but I got my account just to comment on this.

I used to think deer were gentle animals, but now I think I just might HATE them. >-(
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Male 4,014
I feel so bad for the dog, that looked crazy painful. Dog was like, WTF????

Shoot, I feel bad for the cat too, its little
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Male 41,165
Poor doggie, those border collies can`t help themselves.
I love the kitty parts tho, lolz! At least kitty had the common sense to RUN AWAY when momma deer got mad.
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Male 85
Deer got issues.
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Male 112
HOLY BALLS DEER ARE TERRIFYING
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Male 109
Shoot it.
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Female 3,574
I`d be very upset if this happened to my dog, but it`s not the deer`s fault. The cat and dog shouldn`t have been out of the house when the deer were out there.
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Female 3,574
omg O_O
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Male 7,378
Link: Cranbrook Deer [Rate Link] - Starts off sweet then takes decidedly anti-dog turn. Mommy deer takes her job seriously.
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