Mr. Snuggles my slp has pretty much had a permanent bald spot. Every time it starts to grow back, someone rips it out! I have caged the agressive roos, and even let Snuggy and Dom (my picked-on Dominique roo) free range together, away from everyone else. Dom and Snuggy would always cuddle together it the coop at night because they are the ones that are always bullied. So I figured if I keep them free ranging together, they would be ok, until I saw Dom rip a few feathers out of his head, and carry on like nothing ever happened. I hate to keep Snuggy in a cage ALL the time-thats just not fair. I considered putting a ponytail holder in his "hair" to cover the bald spot and possible make it less fun to pull his feathers out, but I don't know if it would hurt him to have his feathers pulled back like that. We have a golden polish roo (who is much larger-same age) then Snuggy and nobody bothers his hair. Is there a spray or some other way to get the others to stop pulling it out? By the way, the rest of his body is fine, nominal feather pulling there. He is a sweet boy with a big target on his head. Any suggestions would be appreciated! By the way, I don't trust him to free range alone since he is also bearded and can't see too well. I worry about predators.