I bought 2 Wyandotte pullets which are now 12-13 weeks old. My silver laced wyandotte is a very bossy toward my gold laced, and my boyfriend is concerned that she is actually a he; which would be a big problem as we are not allowed to keep roosters in our city. I am really hoping she is a girl, as even though she isn't as friendly as the gold laced, she's still pretty sweet. The breeder that I bought them from will take them back if it turns out to be a rooster, in exchange for a 3 week old chick. I am concerned that if this happens my gold laced will be lonely and will have no one to cuddle during the cold nights (37 degrees). Would I be able to tell at this age if it is a pullet or cockerel? She doesn't have large waddles yet, but they are more pink than the gold laced. I have searched her back for saddle feathers and couldn't find any, although she has been getting a lot of lighter colored feathers in the past few weeks. I know its not the best picture but it was the best I could get before it got dark. What do you guys think?