spraying buck

Baymule

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I had a black Satin buck that was terribly spoiled. If I walked past his cage without opening his door and petting him, I got sprayed. I moved him from the front to the back and made sure I opened his cage and lavished him with attention when I was in his corner. Then he was satisfied and I could do my work without smelling like a pee post.

Yes, spraying is a buck thing. Can you move him so he is in an out of the way spot to diminish your being his favorite pee post?
 

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LOL This thread is cracking me up! Fortunately the buck I am getting doesn't spray. lol
 

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The buck that sprayed me didn't spray his previous owner either but apparently he wasn't to fond of me & seen fit to let it fly in my direction.... you're not the only one who found humor in the situation, all my buddies at wk thought it was hilarious
 

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LOl Baymule-good idea!

Ebers- Hope he doesn't turn on me! lol. Well, she said he has never sprayed before...but he only lives with one other doe, in sperate cages-of course!
 
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