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Daniela said:   November 30th, 2016 5:18 am
I have wanted a pig for a very long time and each time I feel like I need one I find more and more stories and information like the ones you have and sadly realize again I, living in the middle of a crowded city, cannot have one... thanks for telling the truth and sharing the stories of all this lovely pigs and their families! I just wish I could see a grown "mini" pig and get to know them!

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Kelly Peart said:   November 11th, 2016 7:48 pm
There is no such thing as a tea cup pig!!! This pig shown in your video is a starved animal that will die at a young age. My potbelly pig is small compared to most but at his annual vet visit was told he was a perfect weight for his size, he is 6 yrs and 140lbs. Please do not show starved animals and pass them off as something they are not. That pig should be taken from the owner.

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Dawn said:   September 2nd, 2016 11:09 pm
This is a wonderful place for people to become informed about all the scammers out there. I wish we had some way of shaming these horrible breeders that sell off babies at a month or less so they will still be tiny. Mia was too little to have been taken from her mother and I wish I had known all this before I bought her. They are great pets if you are fully informed of their needs and how big they will grow.

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Debi K said:   May 4th, 2016 10:41 am
Thank you sooo much for this information on piggies! I too was taken in by the claims of "teacup" pigs & was thinking about adopting one. I remembered years ago Vietnamese Pot Bellys were the craze & people were finding out that a little piglet eventually grew into a big pig (100+ lbs). I have stopped following these supposed "mini teacup" pigs on FB and other social sites. If these people are the pig lovers they claim to be they should tell the truth! Thanks again!!

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Mamachicken said:   March 26th, 2016 8:11 pm
I have a pig I love so much

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Rebecca said:   January 22nd, 2016 8:18 pm
Thanks for being here and providing this info. It breaks my heart to think what may have happened to PigPig's litter mates and situations where people do not care about perpetuating these activities.

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Karen said:   December 22nd, 2015 8:00 pm
I have a Juliana pig that is 8 mo. old & is now 70 lb. i love her dearly & would never give her up, but we did have to make adjustments, & have now moved her downstairs where we can let her out easily a lot to play outside! (we cant pick her up to go down the stairs anymore) She seems a lot happier!

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Jennifer Shephard said:   September 10th, 2015 4:32 pm
Thank you for this information it saved a lot of heart ache for one pig and family. It just goes to show how gullible people can be, me being one of them.

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Mary Ann Gangemi said:   March 24th, 2015 11:12 pm
It's just so sad that people are being scammed. And the pigs are then surrendered when they're grown. I looked at some of the pictures and I am glad I found this site because in all honesty I don't think I could handle such a large animal.

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george said:   March 21st, 2015 6:13 pm
love your page learned a lot about pigs hope to get one when we get our house if the back yard is big enough

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