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Guardian Donkey Facts 

  • Donkeys are actually excellent guard animals. They will bray loudly, bite and kick (oftentimes to death) any would be intruder.

  • Donkeys have exceptional hearing, a keen nose and excellent vision.
  •  They use these senses to detect intruders. 
  • They bray, bare their teeth, chase, and attempt to kick and bite dogs and coyotes. 
  • Some donkeys will also chase deer, bears, strange livestock, humans and other intruders in a similar fashion.”
  • Did you know donkeys have excellent memory? They are capable of remembering a place they have been to or other donkeys they met 25 years ago!
  • Compared to horses, donkeys are capable of independent thinking and decision making ensuring their safety.
  • Unlike horses, donkeys are not prone to being startled easily. Though they put safety first, they are still pretty curious by nature.
  • The origin and use of a donkey as a party symbol is both interesting and controversial. Initially, the symbol was meant to mock and attack Andrew Jackson by his opponents. They insultingly referred to him as a “jackass.” Instead of becoming irritated and irked by the insults, Andrew liked the comparison and decided to use it for his political gain. He used the symbol of a donkey or jackass as his campaign symbol. His opponents continued using the donkey to represent his stubbornness even while in office, a fact that Jackson agreed with in part