MOREHOUSE PARISH, Louisiana -- The doctor feels "very positive" about the condition of the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries agent who was shot Saturday, according to a post from his father. Wheeler posted an update about his son Tyler's condition following a visit with him and his doctors. One of Tyler Wheeler's doctors was "very positive and excited" with how the agent was recovering, according to Darren Wheeler. Doctors are working to determine how much one of Tyler Wheeler's lungs was damaged, David Wheeler wrote. The lung "may have been hit by the bullet or trauma from the bullet" resulting in it becoming partially deflated, he added. Tyler Wheeler will have surgery on his jaw Sunday, David Wheeler wrote. David Wheeler ended his post thanking everyone for their prayers ("They are working," he wrote), the response from the department of Wildlife and Fisheries and other law enforcement, and the governor. Gov. John Bel Edwards reached out to the family, David Wheeler wrote, calling Tyler Wheeler's sister, Hayley.