I have a pair of Buffs and for about the last week or 10 days I had noticed my gander standing on one foot frequently. I'm ashamed to say that I didn't think too much of it since it's been so cold I thought he was warming his feet. This morning when I let them out of their enclosure, I saw that he was limping. After looking at it as close as I could without catching him, I can say that it appears to be an injury (cut maybe) on the top and outside edge of the outside toe on his left foot. I have chickens and I most accustomed to doctoring them, and I've had no reason to need to doctor either of the geese. If it was a chicken, I'd just bring him in the house, wash it off, apply triple antibiotic ointment and wrap it with a bandage. I would then keep him confined until it healed and he no longer limped, however most of that I don't think would work with my boy, William. I can catch him and wash the foot, also put ointment on it, but I don't think he will tolerate a bandage or being in the house. I have a large dog crate and could confine him in that, but it that the best thing for him? Any help offered would be very much appreciated. Oh and I'm sorry if I have posted this in the wrong place.