A pot belly pig can make a wonderful pet. They are intelligent, sociable, bond well with the family and are easy to train. The defining characteristics of the pot belly pig are a swayed back, short legs, ears that stand erect and a straight tail. Of course the most noticeable feature of the pot belly pig, and the reason for the name, is the pronounced pot belly. Not all pot bellied pigs are small or miniature. Some can reach 200 pounds upon maturity.
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…
So, you're thinking about adopting or buying a pot belly pig? Well, before you make any definite decisions there is a lot to think about. In this hub I shall attempt to highlight some of the crucial areas you will need to consider before going out...
Pot Belly Pigs. Pot Belly Pigs Complete Owners Guide. Pot Bellied Pigs care, health, temperament, training, senses, costs, feeding and activities.
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…
Litter Box and Potty Training Your Pot Belly Pig
10 Unusual Animals That can Be House Trained!!!! Pot belly pigs, hedgehogs, Pygmy goats. I'm dying! all so cute.
Training a pot belly pig is simple. Contrary to popular belief, these animals are extremely intelligent and have a strong will to learn. Because pot belly pigs are drawn to food, they will do whate...
Veterinary Care Of Pot-Bellied Pet Pigs
Just like many people, pot belly pigs do not particularly enjoy cold weather. They often become grouchy and hard to deal with during the winter months, whether they are living indoors or outdoors. ...