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The Man Who Listens to Horses Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6 Deer Friends Summary

Monty Roberts
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Chapter 6 Deer Friends Summary and Analysis

Monty always wonders about the relationship between horses and deer. When he saves a doe one day, he finds that the language he uses with deer works similarly to that of starting horses. In fact, he finds that he can have a join-up with a deer. He learns that the flight mechanism of a deer is even more sensitive than that of a horse. He calls this deer he befriends Grandma. Grandma proceeds to teach Monty a great deal about the personality and behavior of deer.

Soon, Monty meets a young male deer who he calls Yoplait. This deer is named due to his love for yogurt. Monty finds Yoplait's personality to be very interesting. He is indifferent, but also at the same time, he is possessive of Monty. His employees say that when Monty leaves the farm, Yoplait looks around...

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