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The 2 Most Common Pot Belly Pig Behavioral Problems & What to Do About Them – The Blog of Potbellied Pigs Tender Loving Care

Although pot belly pigs make great overall pets, like every pet or person, some of them tend to have some bad personality traits that need to be dealt with. Here are the 2 most common behavioral pr…

LuLu, the potbellied pig who saved her human’s life. | The 24 Most Heroic Animals In History

When Jo Ann Altsman suffered a heart attack while vacationing in the Pennsylvania woods, LuLu, her housebroken potbellied pig sprung into action. After crying for a moment, LuLu broke through the gate of the mobile home they were in and ran toward the road. When a car would approach, the pig would walk into the road and lie down. Each time the car didn't stop, the pig ran back to check on her human and then back to the road. Eventually, a motorcyclist stopped and followed the pig to Jo Ann…

Check out these seven things pigs love to do. I love seeing pigs in water! #minipigs #pigs #potbelly

Ever wonder what do pigs love to do? Would you be entertained if you saw your mini pig doing some of these things? I bet your mini pig probably loves all of

Additional Info - Fleetwood Farm Fainters and Micro Mini Pigs

A VERY IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FROM FLEETWOOD FARM: Unfortunately, we will not be having piglets any longer. I just had my last litters. We had some very unexpected and life-changing events...

Potbellied pigs (aka pot belly pigs) are omnivores, so their natural diet in the wild would include roots, veggies, nuts, seeds, berries, worms, insects, raw eggs and other little critters. Of course, you can’t imitate this diet for your pigs, but you can feed them a variety of healthy foods. It’s a good idea to feed pigs larger meals twice a day (breakfast and dinner) and healthy snacks throughout the day.

Potbellied pigs (aka pot belly pigs) are omnivores, so their natural diet in the wild would include roots, veggies, nuts, seeds, berries, worms, insects, raw eggs and other little critters. Of course, you can’t imitate this diet for your pigs, but you can feed them a variety of healthy foods. It’s a good idea to feed pigs larger meals twice a day (breakfast and dinner) and healthy snacks throughout the day. A note about teacup pigs Sadly, pigs bought from breeders of so-called “teacup” or…

Harness training your pot belly pig is much easier then it may seem. Pot belly pigs are extremely smart and can pick up on new things very easily if you know how to teach them correctly. Remember t…

Harness training your pot belly pig is much easier then it may seem. Pot belly pigs are extremely smart and can pick up on new things very easily if you know how to teach them correctly. Remember t…

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Although it’s important to keep your pot belly pig on a strict diet and feeding schedule so they do not become overweight, it’s good to have some healthy snacks around for your pig to enjoy if he o…

Although it’s important to keep your pot belly pig on a strict diet and feeding schedule so they do not become overweight, it’s good to have some healthy snacks around for your pig to enjoy if he o…