From your experience do you think certain deer are more tolerant of smaller game?
I ask that because it looks like the buck in the post above doesn’t mind the raccoon
Yes, for nearly a decade now of living here in Ross Co. I have witnessed while in the stand that some deer appear to be far more tolerant of other animals being next to them and some are not at all in the least bit.
Some bucks are loners, they seem to want to be left alone or stay completely away from other animals nearly all of the time, and they're not old in age either, it's just part of their personality, I believe.
The oldest buck in the area that I am quite familiar with, 'THUNDER', he's a loner now, and has been each year after his antlers go hard over the past three  years. In fact, I most likely won't see him again with my own eyes while hunting until we are much closer to the rut. He's a very, very smart deer! He's saving his energy. I know where he beds and I will not go anywhere near there at this time. As long as he continues to stick around, I'll be patient and let him come to me, hopefully.
Hope I answered your question, Cole? Let me know, thanks! Have a fantastic day!!
10:30 a.m. EDIT:
Just to be clear, in post #138 & post 139, those are two eight  point bucks that look kinda similar, but they are two different bucks completely with two different attitudes. In post #139, the buck that got scared off by the possum, is also the same buck I had a close encounter with while hunting October 8th. If you were to view the video, you'll get to see that he is more aggressive than the other.
I have encountered more than half of the local resident bucks already while hunting, and I could have shot either one of them, but choose not too. I have my reasons. Much of the videos that I post does display a fair amount of deer behavior, especially the videos of me while hunting this year.
A little SIDE NOTE too: 'FREELOAD' is gone. Happened last Sunday. We had two hunters in the area. One known, and the other was not. Waiting on confirmation still. If true, that will be a hard pill for me to swallow because he had tons of potentials. He was a 2.5 year old that stayed very close to home. The unknown hunter hunted within 100 yards of my property. Not happy about that in the least bit.