People watch in disbelief when the 10-week-old, called Bam Bam, trots along with huntsman Adrian Thompson, 42, and his pack of 60 hounds.
The pack immediately accepted the fallow deer when they found him shivering by the Thompsons' front gate just an hour after he had been born.
Mr Thompson said: "Now Bam Bam thinks he's a Fox Hound because they all treat him like one of their own. He won't be going on any hunts though - he doesn't have the stamina for it.
"It's a fantastic sight to see although we know it's a strange one and Bam Bam certainly gets a lot of funny looks from passers-by. People shake their heads in astonishment when they spot Bam Bam in among all the hounds as if they can't believe what they're seeing."
The fawn now joins the hounds, from the Chiddingfold, Leconfield and Cowdray hunt, on their daily walk.
Mr Thompson's wife, Karen, 41, said: "Bam Bam seems most content when he's ambling along with the hounds. He's about the same size as them now so he fits in perfectly and walks along with the pack like they're his brothers and sisters."