Message Number: YG1354 | New FHL Archives Search
From: Mike Janke
Date: 2001-03-16 22:12:00 UTC
Subject: Re: Possible adrenal aggression

There's no hard and fast rule on the appearance of aggressive or
mating behavior. Sometimes the signs can be subtle and go unnoticed
until one day it seems that the behavior came out of the blue.

As to whether or not you can leave him out with the others... that's
something you'll have to decide by watching him with the rest of the
crew. You wouldn't want to let him harrass any one of them endlessly.

It doesn't seem likely that this behavior will just go away.


--- In Ferret-Health-list@y..., "Larry McFarlane" <pndragon@l...>
> I have a question for Dr. Williams and anyone else that can help.
How fast can adrenal aggressiveness hit a male? My Calvin has
suddenly started trying to mount all the ferrets in his group. At
this moment we have him separated. Will it be all right to let him
out with them when they're all out? Right now I've got all my cash
going into Fang's surgery, and know that after this it'll be blood
work on Calvin. Will this go away or get worse?