Because I haven't been able to find anything on Google, I've decided to join this site and see if anyone here can help me. I have three ducks: a male Buff Orpington (about 7 years old) named Pong, a female Saxony (at least 3 years old?) named Ping, and their 2 month old duckling named Paddle. (If it helps, they've never had any ducklings before.) I've had my male separated from my female and the duckling since the little guy hatched because Pong kept attempting to kill Paddle. Both the yard and coop have been divided into 2 parts, one for Pong and one for Ping and Paddle. Within the last couple of weeks, I moved Ping in with Pong, leaving Paddle in his own half of the yard and house in an attempt to make Pong less aggressive. I've tried to introduce Pong to Paddle by putting them in the same half of the yard many times in the hopes that they would get used to being in the same area, and that Pong would figure out that Paddle is no threat to his dominance. Sadly, it hasn't worked. Every time Paddle is not separated from Pong by a fence, Pong will chase him around nonstop and bite him/pull feathers out. Paddle would like to fit in, but his dad won't allow it. I'm at a loss for what to do... I cannot re-home any of them, so that isn't an option. It's hard to maintain 2 of everything (pools, waterers, food, etc.) and I would really like peace to return to my duck yard... Is there anything I can do?