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


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Eddie said:   January 14th, 2012 10:22 am
There's a treirifc amount of knowledge in this article!

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Satch said:   January 14th, 2012 5:51 am
Always a good job right here. Keep rolling on trohugh.

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Jane Gummel New jersey said:   January 6th, 2012 7:14 pm
I only recently heard about "tea cup pigs" from a friend who works at a large animal hospital, naturally i am inquizative so I had to look them up. As a horse owner I was interested until my friend told me about the horror stories she saw at work. Keep up the good work informing the public about the "mini pigs"

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Teri Burt said:   December 13th, 2011 10:48 am
I have been interested in the mini pig's for a long time and would like more info. on the mini's!!!!:) Thank You!!

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LOU SANDIFER said:   December 7th, 2011 2:01 pm
THANK YOU FOR SHARING, I POSTED THIS TEACUPPIG.INFO ON MY PAGE AND THE VEGAS PIGPET SITE, A FEW PEOPLE HAVE ASKED ME ABOUT MY PIGGY, SO THE CAN READ THE STORIES ON THIS PAGE, THANK YOU AGAIN

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Sandy Pape said:   October 26th, 2011 8:24 am
thank you for sharing this information with the public. Hopefully, people will understand that pigs cannot be kept small by feeding them tiny amounts of food and that they only fit in teacups when they are born!!!!However, I have my own opinion on the Martha Stewart clip as I believe given the proper environment, they do make wonderful pets (btw - I have three) :)

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Marianne said:   August 5th, 2011 3:03 pm
I am hoping to get my mini in a few weeks...so excited but would like more info on everything. help me to find a good link to see/read on. thanks

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MaryAnne Wilder said:   May 18th, 2011 7:17 pm
Thank you for all this good information...I have owned two Potbellies...One only lived to be four years old her name was Oprah,Opie for short...she died from a bee sting. My second pig name Jasmine lived till she was 15yrs old both were house pets and very well trained.I miss them so much. Someday I'll get another one. Thanks for clearing up the teacup myth....

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Margaret Smith said:   March 17th, 2011 8:24 pm
Hi Crystal Thought you might like to know we have just had a competition in the UK to find the largest micropig! The winner was Martha - 14 months old and 18 stone (252 pounds) owned by Tem and bought from micropigsUK! If you look on The truth about minipigs page of facebook you will see all the weights on the discussion board.Keep up the good work - we are over here xxx

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Margaret Smith said:   January 3rd, 2011 8:02 am
Crystal - what a lovely website and thankyou for adding our stories re Pigwig and others in the UK.We have to get the word out that there is no such thing as a micropig that stays small!! We are doing our best over here on TV and in newspapers etc and you are too - keep up the good work.Well Done to you!!

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