Many breeders are selling pigs they claim will stay tiny, under 35 pounds or so. This is very rarely the truth. The tiny pigs they show you are merely newborn piglets, many are inbred and underfed. In addition, those breeders will often misinform you of proper feeding instructions for a healthy potbellied pig in order to attempt to keep the pig tiny. A underfed pig is a very unhealthy pig and can be aggressive due to being hungry all the time. As a result of those breeders misinformation, many of these pigs end up in shelters and sanctuaries. Why buy and encourage more breeding, when there are so many pigs that need your love first? We can help you adopt a potbellied pig that is perfect for you. Please contact us if you are considering getting a pet pig. Take a look at our ADOPTION CORNER for some of the many pigs needing good loving forever homes.
AFTER LOOKING AT THE PHOTOS BELOW, COME BACK TO THIS SPOT AND READ THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES.There are many articles on the internet regarding micro-mini and teacup pigs. We cannot possibly list all the information or every website. Before adopting a potbellied pig, we strongly encourage you to first do your research and view the videos on our VIDEO page.
October 2016 ~ MICRO MINI PIG MYTH:
ABOVE: Wilbur, a "miniature" pig... at just a few weeks old... BELOW: the same pig at only 3 years old
ABOVE: KoKo at 8 weeks old (only 5 inches tall!). BELOW: KoKo at 4 years old. In the above picture he was smaller than the toy pig next to him in the picture below. KoKo grew to over 200 pounds
BELOW: Comparison between a baby potbellied pig, a full-grown potbellied pig, and a farm hog. Therefore, in actuality, potbellied pigs are "miniature" when compared to farm hogs. BUT, they do not stay piglet size as micro-mini or teacup breeders insist.
PLEASE CLICK PICTURE BELOW TO READ A GREAT ARTICLE
BELOW: Best Friends Animal Society Responds to the "Tea Cup Pig" Craze