Guess what? Another so called micro pig! George came to us recently from Ayrshire where as usual he had outgrown the family home his breeder of course having told the purchasers that this piglet would never grow big. This breeder also told the unsuspecting purchasers that the piglet had been castrated and we
After a heartfelt plea via email from a lady in Glasgow we decided that we would have to take on yet another so called “Micro” pig, imagine our suprise when arriving at the relevant address in Glasgow to discover that we were about to remove this pig from a second floor
Delilah was born in 2006, her parents were both Vietnamese Pot Bellied pigs but there is some throw back in Delilah that we have never quite worked out, her hair is brown instead of black and she is shorter than most Pot Bellies, we think there may be an Iron
Rodney and Hughie are Kune Kune pigs but Kune Kune pigs bred specifically for the “pet” trade. Kune Kune means “all black” so Rodney is closer to the real thing than Hughie, humans have bred them to be pink with black patches as it is deemed to be more appealing!
In February 2011 we were contacted by Fife Trading Standards, they had discovered a so called micro pig in a small shed in the garden of a council house in their area. The owners of the pig had we believe bought her for £500 from a breeder in Coventry, there
Coco and Lulu are both Vietnamese Pot bellied pigs with a bit of something else, VPB’s have squashed noses as opposed to snouts, these two have snouts. They were bred by a current so called micro pig breeder as miniature pigs and sold at over three hundred pounds each to