Deer Rescue: Doe Gets Head Stuck in Barrel [VIDEO]

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Our deer rescue videos are always popular…which is great, because I don’t think deer will ever stop finding ways to get themselves stuck. It’s like a gift that keeps giving!

In keeping with that trend, today’s video features a curious doe that got her head stuck in a pickle barrel.

The scene took place in Pocatello, Idaho, and was filmed by Tyler Peterson. It was Tyler’s very sharp knife that the unidentified good Samaritan used to cut the plastic from around the doe’s head.

The doe remained remarkably calm throughout the ordeal…until the good Samaritan, who seems to be named Jason, started prying her head free. After a few scared vocalizations, the doe runs free.

“[Just goes to show you] the importance of ALWAYS having a sharp knife,” as one of the video commenters points out. Good advice, that.

All in all, it’s another successful deer rescue. Good work, guys!


Deer Rescued After Getting Its Head Stuck in a Barrel

A deer literally gets in over its head after getting stuck in a barrel south of Pocatello, Idaho.

Posted by Xtreme Idaho on Monday, February 13, 2017


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