Angel Enterprise Farm
Teacup piglets, Mini Juliana pigs, Micro Mini pigs, Miniature pot belly pigs, whatever you want to call them, these are about the sweetest little piglets you will ever see.
This is it. You are looking for that unique pet for your home and children. Maybe dogs and cats don’t turn you on or you are looking for something special. Maybe the idea of fleas and shedding hair is a turnoff. (Many consider pigs hypoallergenic) You heard about teacup pigs and you want to find out all you can about them. You have come to the right place. Let us help you in learning about the “Teacup Pig”.
First, let me explain that the term teacup pig is a marketing term used by breeders who will not actually fit in a teacup after a couple of weeks old. However, they are a lot smaller than a regular farm pig and are becoming quite popular as house pets. Imagine the size of a Cocker Spaniel if you measure their food and a Bulldog. If you don’t measure their food then you can get a bigger pig. You will see that I personally use the term teacup pig on my website. I do not do this to lie and say that a teacup pig will fit into a teacup, but to optimize the site for a word that gets over 90K searches a month. Miniature pigs are smart, clean, generally non-allergenic, odor-free, flea-free, charming, and inexpensive to feed. Miniature pigs are social, bonding easily with humans
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They’ll readily roll over for a tummy rub, as well as snuggle with you. They don’t bark, prowl the streets or spread rabies. Compared with dog droppings, mild-smelling” pig berries” are a breeze to clean up. While pet pigs are highly trainable and can learn at a faster rate than dogs, teacup pig behavior is vastly different from dog behavior. As eager as a dog can be to please his master, a teacup pig’s respect, trust, and cooperation must be earned. If the teacup pig had it his way, you would be pleasing him. Pet pigs are unique animals and a pet of a different sort.
CAN OTHER PETS AND A PIG GET ALONG TOGETHER?…
Pigs and cats frequently become fast friends and bedmates. Dogs, however, are another story. We recommend that you separate your pig from your dogs whenever you will not be there to monitor their activities. While your small or even large dog may get along with your piggy, they must always be supervised. As tame as your dog may be, keep in mind that dogs are natural predators of pigs and can turn on pigs even years after living together. Don’t leave your pig and dog unattended. They love the company and the snuggling. Just like children, they can play too rough. Little dogs can tear a piglet’s ear or worse.
CAN A CHILD AND A PIG GET ALONG TOGETHER?…
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Pigs are highly intelligent animals that can be trained just like a dog. Their cognitive abilities are similar to those of a 3-year-old child. They are known for their problem-solving skills and ability to master complicated tricks, such as counting by honking a horn, sitting, spinning, and ringing a bell to go outside to use the bathroom. Pigs can also be trained to walk on a leash and harness, ride in a car, and respond to over 40 different commands. However, it is important to note that pigs are not for everyone and it is essential to check local zoning laws before deciding to get a pig as a pet, as they are not allowed in some areas. When it comes to their personality, pigs are very affectionate and will often sit with their owners on the couch or lay at their feet just like a dog. However, they can be slow-moving and will take their time checking out their surroundings, so be prepared for leisurely walks with your piggy.
Welcome to Angel Enterprise Farm, located in central Florida, we are proud to ship our teacup pigs for sale all over the USA. If you are looking for a baby piglet we have what you want. Not only do we have tea cup pigs, we also have Micro Mini pigs and Mini Juliana pigs.
We have continued to carefully choose the matings to get just the right piglet for our customers with all the things they may want. Thin build, wide build, short pug nose or snout, long snout, and a variety of different colors. Because of customer preference, we normally have more pink piglets (white piglets) than the other colors. We have spotted from the Mini Juliana bloodlines. White, Black, Pinto’s, and Tuxedo from the Micro Mini pig bloodlines. We even have a few red piglets to satisfy everyone.
What is a teacup pig?
Choosing a teacup pig for your family can be hard. It doesn’t help that small pigs are called all kinds of descriptive names like teacup pig, micro pig, and nano pig and you can even hear them called pocket pigs, but nothing there to tell you the actual size. Now, if you believe that you can carry a pig around in your pocket, then you also believe that a teacup pig is the size of a teacup Yorkie. They are not. Yes, they are a lot smaller than a regular hog and even a lot smaller than the original potbelly pig but they are not teacup Yorkie size. Each breeder you talk to will describe their own pigs by different names and unfortunately, there is not a standard among breeders to a set definition