Druid has a sweet, happy, outgoing, people-oriented personality. He's incredibly interactive and always comes running when he
hears his name called. Druid is exceptionally tolerant of other ferrets, he's even a bit of a pushover in a lot of ways. There's not a
mean bone in this boy's body, even the smallest of jills can (and will!) push him around when he's not in season. While in season, Druid
maintains his happy personality and while he's too pushy in season to live with other ferrets, he maintains his usual sweet temperament
with people. Both of his brothers have the same sweet, delightful, sound-minded temperaments.
Druid is a beautiful combination of his parents' strengths in both structure and type. He is a very correct hob with good muscle mass, correct rib and hip
structure and good bone density. He has clean movement, correct proportions and good overall balance and type. His head structure is strong and balanced
with correct dentition and occlusion along with moderate, correctly set ears and beautiful eye shape. Druid has correct shoulder layback and clean movement
front, rear and side. Druid is very strong and can not only climb anything, he can jump quite a distance both vertical and horizontal, then pull himself to
where he intends to be with just the smallest of initial toenail holds. Keeping Druid contained can be a task, luckily he's usually pretty entertained and
doesnt feel the need to escape the ferret playgrounds all too often. Druid matured to 2100gm, he drops to 1600-1700gm while in season.
Druid placed top ten in all 3 rings at his first show at the tender age of 16 weeks and 1 day, that was just the beginning. We learned a lot that first
show and went home to build new ferret room toys and develop a conditioning program. It worked. The next show brought Druid two second place ribbons,
then his third show brought two more seconds plus our first Best in Show (Adolescent) award. The fourth and final show of the year was the AFA Winter Nationals - Druid's
conditioning was perfect and the judges rewarded him with 2 first place ribbons and Best Adolescent Hob in Show. These wins had Druid in the running for one of
the AFA's top year-end awards, Adolescent Ferret of the Year. Luck was again on our side, Druid had a high enough year-end average to be awarded the #1
Adolescent of the AFA's 2005 show season.
Update! After taking the 2006 show season off, Druid finished his AFA Gold Level Championship with a bang by winning rings 1 & 3 plus Best
Breeder in Show his first weekend out in 2007. Druid finished his AFA title in 6 shows, 3 of them Best in Show against very strong competition.