I have a beautiful 10 weeks old Dorking rooster (Napoleon). And he's getting kind of rude, when I give treats he steals food from the girls and right out of my hand, he's also started grabbing on to their back feathers and nipping them (not drawing blood but making them squawk). Is this normal rooster behavior, will he be nicer to the girls in the future? He has never attacked me but he does eyeball me a lot and I reached down to pick him up today and he pecked me, it didn't hurt but it was definitely a don't touch me kind of peck. I'm afraid he's going to be a stinker but I don't want to get rough with him. He does alert the flock but so far that's the only good rooster thing I've seen him do. Did I get a dud or will he grow into his role? And how can I assert my dominance without hurting him before he gets the bright idea to attack me...because I've got this nagging feeling he will and I don't want to exile my little Napoleon to the stew pot.