Ducks as pet

indianaducks

Songster
Feb 4, 2021
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I think its the exception, not the norm, for a duck to behave like a pet dog. I know a few people here have ducks like that, but I don't think I'd expect it. Two of my ducks are super friendly towards people, but I still would not classify them as an affectionate pet like my labradors. That being said, most domestic mallard derived breeds cannot fly more than a few feet. (Mallards being an exception). Good luck and post pics if you get ducks.
 

The-White-Elephant

Crossing the Road
Nov 3, 2021
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I think its the exception, not the norm, for a duck to behave like a pet dog. I know a few people here have ducks like that, but I don't think I'd expect it. Two of my ducks are super friendly towards people, but I still would not classify them as an affectionate pet like my labradors. That being said, most domestic mallard derived breeds cannot fly more than a few feet. (Mallards being an exception). Good luck and post pics if you get ducks.
How are the eggs doing?
 

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