A reference for any avid Fawnling owner: something I've been meaning to do for a while! A reference showing average Fawnling head anatomy: a combination of horse and red deer. The length of the skull may vary between individuals. Also note: they have upper teeth! No more drawing these guys all gummy, alright? Their residual canines are actually quite long and sharp also, some individuals may grow longer upper canines in lieu of a horn in extreme cases.
In fights, a fawnling's nose can be quite vulnerable, and a well placed kick can fracture or break the upper jaw, resulting in deformity, difficulty eating and possibly starvation. To be avoided.