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On this episode of Breaking Trail, tis the season…to HUG A REINDEER!
You read that right, Coyote met an orphaned baby reindeer in Alaska and it ended up being one of the friendliest animals we’re ever featured on Breaking Trail. We think it goes without saying that little Blitzen would make an excellent addition to Santa’s team one day!
Get ready to witness the most adorable holiday video of the season…oh and LOTS of Reindeer hugs!
Happy Holiday’s Coyote Pack!
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