In my lore, werewolves follow normal wolf pack behavior. With more talking in between.
... Within the gland is a fast acting virus containing components which brings upon: respiratory difficulties, inflammation and degradation of the vocal cords, and a shut down of central arteries leading to a final paralysis of all bodily functions.
Komodo will not be accused of lying because of my ignorance. I am not a biologist. Snakes are my new, closer striking problems when dealing with venom. Without realizing it, I wasn't writing about a Komodo dragon these few months ago. Thinking back on it now, I remember a fact sputtered out from a show on The Animal Planet.
A baby copperhead's venom is far more potent than that of the parent. Deadlier, if you were so inclined to use less words. Those symptoms above are actually that of a neurotoxin. So this works. A pup has more potent venom within the glands above their teeth.