Other then adding more females, which I do have but aren't of age. My male is getting horribly aggressive and territoral and chasing everyone under the sun, he has grabbed hold of my youngest sons ear and actually drew blood, just grabbed my oldest sons ear who is home with the flu(round 2 here, just hoping I don't get it, taking Vit. B12, C, D3, Zinc) and even my Great Dane is scared of him. I've done the submissive hold, I've shown the boys how, but now it has become a true battle of the wills, it's his way or no way. Will he be content by himself outside if I can or should I even attempt to bond momma with her babies now since they will be together in the spring? I'm sure he will be because he was alone and content when she went broody. I just don't know what to do. He's a real sweetie, but he acts like it's spring time all over again, he wasn't this aggressive when Oreo was cycling. Could he sense she has gotten weaker and he's become not so much territorial, but protective of her? He only acts this way when we are around her or pick her up. When we pick her up and he's near he goes after her and grabs the back of her neck and won't let go, it's like a tug of war game. But when we aren't around he won't mount her, he's content. So it's hard to know what to think of his behavior. Is it his hormones? Dominence? Protection of her? Territorial? Or all 4 combined?