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  1. Precious Pigs - Mini Pigs For Sale in Missouri

    Our next litter of miniature pigs is expected any day now! We invite you to learn about our pigs, training that goes into making a pig a pet, and the care involved. Our babies are raised strictly indoors. After all you are most likely looking for an indoor pet pig, right? They are well handled every day, we work on getting them used to putting on and taking off a harness. They are never bottle fed unless there is a problem (I have never had one, knock on wood). Bottle feeding is not cute or fun! If ...

  2. teacup pot belly pig

    She is 11 weeks old and very sweet. I just don't have time for her so I want her to go to a good home where she can get lots of love. She is very smart as well. She is great with other animals and children as well, and is doing very well on potty training. I take her outside with my dogs to go to the bathroom.

  3. Mini/Teacup Pig

    Tubba Lubba is about 10 months old. He is a mini/teacup pig. He loves carrots and lots of blankets. He loves a good nap and to follow you around the house. He is a messy pig, but what pig isn't? So he'll come with his litter box. He loves to play with toys. Baby toys that light up or make sounds are best for all pigs. He gets fed twice a day. We love him to death, but naturally don't have the time for him. He gets along great with all animals and kids. We bought him as a baby for $2,750. He's only ...

  4. Micro Mini (Teacup) Piglets

    Micro mini (teacups) piglets will mature around 30lbs and 12 inches tall. Only males left, they have all been neutered and have their teeth clipped. Pigs are amazing pets! Pigs are very smart and easy to train. They can be taught 100s of tricks, it generally take s1-3 days to teach them a new trick. They are all started on litter box training but can easily be switched over to go outside, all our piglets are started on using a dog door as well. They do not stink because they do not have sweat glands ...

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