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1. What To Feed Your Teacup Pig
What To Feed Your Teacup Pig
The diet of your new pig is going to be very important to its quality of life. Pigs will eat nearly everything in their path and are always hungry, so take care when planning their diet. Overall, a healthy and well balanced diet will keep your friend happy and healthy for years to come!
Pets & Animals - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 18:09:39
2. How To House (or Litter Box) Train Your Teacup Pig
How To House (or Litter Box) Train Your Teacup Pig
The number one myth about pigs is that they are dirty and it's completely untrue. Domesticated pigs are very clean animals, but like any other household pet, they do need to be potty trained. It's important to start your piggy young, and as with anything, positive reinforcement is key.
Pets & Animals - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 18:05:24
3. Leash Training Teacup Pigs
Leash Training Teacup Pigs
Being trained to not only use, but to be comfortable using a harness and leash, is an invaluable skill for every teacup pig and owner. Leash laws are enforced in most urban and residential areas these days, and it's very important to be able to control your pig in public.
Pets & Animals - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 18:07:39
4. Getting Ready To Buy A Teacup Pig
Getting Ready To Buy A Teacup Pig
Having a pet pig is unlike any other kind of pet you can own. As a pig owner myself, I can tell you that they can be a real handful, especially at first. I also know that a pig, whether it's a micro pig or a full sized potbelly, will continue to be a hurricane on hooves unless they receive the pr...
Pets & Animals - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 18:11:42
5. Pig Proofing Your Home
Pig Proofing Your Home
Like having any new pet, your teacup pig is going to need time to get acclimated to your home. Until then, there are certain precautions you need to take, both to protect your pig from its surroundings, and your house from your pig.
Pets & Animals - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 18:07:41

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