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Teacup Pigs?  Miniature Dandie Pigs?
Is there such a pig out there?


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susan callahan said:   September 21st, 2013 12:10 pm
I have 1 Pot belly that is about 250 lbs. I raised her as a baby because her mother would not accept her. She is now 3 years old. Today I was asked if i would take 2 "TEA CUP" pot bellys that needed a home. Apparently the renters moved out and left these two pigs. Me being the homeless shelter for ALL animals I have agreed to go get these guys and try to find them a good home. I didn't know what a TEA CUP pot belly was... I never heard of such a thing. But now I know there is no such thing. This site has been extemely helpfull. Love to see all these animal lovers... I have 3 dogs, all rescues, 1 cat a rescue, 1 donkey also a rescue and 1 pot belly also a rescue. And 2 horses that I paid alot of money for LOL. So today Im off to pick up 2 more pot bellies! Thank You for all the good information.

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Stacey said:   August 9th, 2013 12:52 pm
Love the website. My family just adopted a "micro" piglet. He's 2 months old, and im obviously going to have to move, due to the pictures i'm seeing on the site. We have fallen in love with Chester, he's in his forever home.

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Debbie Stevenson said:   July 18th, 2013 2:48 am
Heart broken former owner of Wilbur. Still crying 3 months latter, missing him so much!

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Dawn said:   March 8th, 2013 12:58 pm
Wish I'd seen your site before I got Mia. She's over 2 and around 90 lbs and I thought I could relax. Hearing they grow for another 1 to 2 years is very disconcerting. It gets harder and harder to stop her from doing things I don't want her to do now! Thank goodness I have my own home so she won't outgrow it. That would be heartbreaking.

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Karen T said:   January 16th, 2013 11:11 pm
When I heard my kids talking about teacup pigs I had to check it out. How fortunate that your website popped up first! The website name will draw potential purchasers to it where they will then be educated bout them befor making any mistakes. Thank you for the real scoop. I am compelled to pass this information on and educate others. It's sad that we feel the need to "create" pets to fit our living styles. Kudos to all the rescues and people with hearts!

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Vickey Teter-Reiter said:   October 18th, 2012 3:51 pm
Thank you sooo very much for this site! You have so much useful information on here. We raise exotic's, longhorns, watusi's and zebra's. We have 2000 hd of black angus steers, my quarterhorses and a Macaw Parrot. I was wanting to get a mini-pig,( used to have a pot-belly pig years ago, then my daughter took her and had to find a new home for her because she was so had got so big, she went to the country) It just seems that a small pig is what the farm needs. I do still want one, but I'm alot more aware to certain facts now, and I will be doing alot more research. So THANK-YOU for the information and honesty!

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Dena Lee said:   October 6th, 2012 5:28 pm
IM SO HAPPY THIS INFORMATION IS GETTING OUT TO THE PUBLIC. MY TEA CUP PIG IS BETWEEN 250 & 300 LBS...HE'S ONE OF THE LUCKY ONES! WE ARE BLESSED TO LIVE IN THE COUNTRY. I WAS TOLD HENRY WOULD BE NO BIGGER THAN 45LBS....

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BRENDA MOELLER said:   October 3rd, 2012 7:57 pm
My pig is 1 yr old a pot I was told. I have had him since he was 4 weeks old. I am not good with training anything but I was able to get Sugar house broke I guess God had his hand in there with me. Sugar has started charging my husband and my kids and grandkids they say I must get rid of him. I love him so much and really don't want to get rid of him but if he hurts my grandkids I would die Do you have any ideas on what to do?

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Brad and Kerrie Chamberlain said:   August 7th, 2012 9:59 pm
This site is really what it means to buy and keep a mini pig. We bought a so called mini pig in Williamson New York at an exotic animal farm with the promise of our pig reaching only 35 pounds. We did see the parents. But at 8 months old, our Stella is 53 pounds. Who knows if those were the parents or not. If they were, who knows if they were full size adults when they had the piglets. We love our Stella and would never get rid of her. She lives inside and gets spoiled. We could never withold food from her to try and keep her small. That is cruel. We feed her two times a day. Mini pig pellets at a total of one pound a day. She also gets three snacks of either vegitables or fruit. It should be against the law to advertize pigs as staying tiny. We feel sad for all those pigs that will not be able to find a great home because of the greed of humans.

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Tami said:   July 29th, 2012 9:30 pm
Thank you for this wonderful site! I happened across it while researching pig care, and am so grateful you are educating people about these amazing animals!

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