Last year we started with two saddle-back Pomeranians, but lost one to an unknown cause. The poultry farm where we bought them had a single white goose going through an identity crisis, being raised around only ducks. So we offered to take the cutie home and introduce him / her to our surviving saddle-back. As time passed we discovered a very protective male Chinese White gander emerge from the replacement goose and the saddle-back is a female. She laid her first egg the other day and is adding almost daily but usually every other day. Any experience out there in BYC land with mixing these two breeds? We don't want to get our hopes up if it's generally not a good idea for these two breeds. And in advance, we're not interested in showing them, or anything else which dictates a solid blood line and we don't eat our birds but that may change if the gander continues to surprise the wife with his nips at her backside!!! :-)
Thanks in advance for any and all comments!!
Troy & Tina