Greetings! I am usually over on the duck forum (ten runner girls). But yesterday I found there is a rescued White Chinese needing a home (thinking pet, watchdog, long term gig, not dinner table). More information should be available to me later today. Meanwhile, I would appreciate some experienced goose-meisters' insights on WCG personalities, what they can offer (so far I have seen good egg laying of they're female, good watchdogs, smaller than other geese), and what they need (again so far I have seen grass, and keep them away from plants you don't want them to eat). Do I understand correctly that ganders have a more prominent knob, and are a bit heavier? Since we don't have any others handy to compare to, this could be tricky. Big clue: in three days, no eggs. But, it's late winter. Is that really a clue, or just an indication that the goose has been hungry and cold? As I mentioned, more information forthcoming, I hope. Right now I think I am looking for a goose-loving person or family with some grassy areas and shelter suitable for a goose. Shelter - what kind of shelter? Do they generally get along in a mixed flock? Will they go after the family's beloved schnauzer?