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Elizabeth said:   January 26th, 2015 4:48 pm
We have a juliana mini pig and a meishan mini pig who are both 4 months old. Both breeders of course swore they won't get bigger than 40-50 lbs but I won't fall for that scam. We got them as pets and have a 4 acre pasture for them to root in. They can grow as big as they want as long as they're happy and healthy. They are such sweet and intelligent animals. I can't imagine having a pet pig in a suburban area. It is really unfortunate that there are so many deceitful breeders out there. Pigs are farm animals and need to be able to explore and be mentally stimulated.

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Carrie Thomas said:   January 22nd, 2015 10:59 am
This website is fantastic, i have a house that is perfect for small to medium sized mammals that need my love! I even recently purchased a racecar bed for my mini horse Sergeant to sleep in. My motto is give every animal a loving home, and for the ones still left...send them to me!

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Sheila B. said:   November 22nd, 2014 6:24 am
I too have a miniture tea cup pig. There is NOTHING miniture about my girl. If I would have known the truth about their actual size, it wouldve made my life easier. I am her everything. She is overweight, moody, temper tantrums, and my baby. I wouldnt trade her for anything, but knowledge is power. And I keep trying to educate myself on making her healthy and happy.

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Melinda said:   November 10th, 2014 4:38 am
I knew it was too good to be true! I wanted a tiny pig so bad and now I see it's all fake? I wanted it to eat all the left overs that are being thrown away now when the parrots are through with it. I don't understand how that can even happen. Shoot!

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Jordan M said:   September 22nd, 2014 12:06 am
I'm so glad I did research before getting a pet pig. I have been in love with pigs since I have been a kid and have always wanted one. I thought that I would get one when I was an adult but only the size of a small dog. I guess those don't exist and I know that I would not be equipped to handle a full grown pig. I would like to be able to volunteer at a pig farm of some sorts when I have more time, but for now, I am content looking at the cute pictures online. Thank you!

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Trixie Lovett said:   August 15th, 2014 3:12 pm
Thank you for sharing these stories. I'm blessed to have two beautiful girls who are 10 years and 8 years old. I can't imagine life without them.

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xari said:   August 7th, 2014 2:16 pm
I am glad that people are using this site in order to find out the "truth" about Micro pigs, but people really need to stop putting 100% of the blame on the breeder. If you did any research whatsoever on a pig(especially) if your spending thousands, a quick google search will tell you that they are not real. It really baffles me when people who have had potbellies in the past, find themselves "deceived." I just don't get it, and if you see so many red flags with the breeder, pigs, conditions, etc, than it is YOUR fault that you ignored these signs, and were selfish enough to overlook them. I admit that the breeders are wrong for what their doing, but you as the buyer are no better. You need to take some of the responsibility as well, because while I feel sympathy for these animals, I feel little to none for you.

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Rhonda Rogers Arkansas said:   July 26th, 2014 5:23 pm
I have a 13 month old pig at 17 pounds I could not imagine my life with out him. We go to Lowes Petsmart Petco Home depot and we walk the pinnacle mall in Rogers Arkansas we have been doing this since Gizmo was 7 weeks old at only 2 1/2 pounds. He sit, stay, shake hands, circles and working on bowling Gizmo sleeps with me and nearly every where I go We are very social. So many people I see I try to educate them do your homework first to me its like having 2 yr old child on some days He has his time outside to root and play and Gizmo just being a pig I also tell people check your zoning laws which I did before I got Gizmo

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John Smith said:   April 7th, 2014 6:56 pm
I purchased a pig at JERI LYNN'S MICRO MINI POCKET PIGS or minipocketpigs.com in sand point Idaho, Jeri was adamant about her pigs staying under 15 pounds max 25 pounds as long as we feed them 1\2 cup a day for the whole life. My pig is almost three years old and weighs 70 pounds, I realized my pig would be dead if I feed him 1\2 cup his whole life, at age one I upped his feed cause he looked so sickly and malnourished. Be weary of buying pigs from this dishonest breeder she will fill you with lies even when you confront her about the pigs size she will blame you for over feeding pig. She will not take any responsibility for her dishonesty and is a scam do not buy pigs from her in sand point Idaho!!

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Laura said:   December 5th, 2013 4:13 pm
I wrote a blog about the realities of having a 200 lb pig. Please share! http://imlateforworkagain.blogspot.ca/2013/07/what-its-really-like-to-have-pot.html

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