TEACUP Mini/Micro Pot Belly PigLETS
Breed: Teacup Mini Micro Pixie PBP
Ages: New Born 09/17/12
Color: White/Pink & with Black faces
Shipping: Available
11/10/12 SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! These Piglets are ready to go to their new homes now!
THIS IS A NEW AD! BORN 09/17/12 STARTING AT ONLY $350 EACH! Ready to to go to their new homes NOW!
One all White/Pink GIRL beautiful Micro/Mini Teacup Pot Belly Pigs Born 09/17/12
Please act fast or she'll be gone as our piglets sell very fast STARTING at ONLY $350 each!
3 white with black faces and some black spots BOYS starting at ONLY $350!
We ONLY have 4 left!
We are a family farm in the Tampa/Brandon/Plant City area of Florida
We raise and breed for health, size and color of both skin/fur and eyes; only true "TEACUP, Mini/Micro" Pixie, Nano (whatever you want to call them) Pot Belly Pigs and have been very successfully for years! Don't be misled by all of the nonsense - our pigs will stay small - at or below a normal persons knee! There is a huge difference between a regular "good ole" pot belly pig and one of our teacup micro/minis! A regular pot belly will get to be about hip tall on a person ours will stay at or below your knee! Weight will vary depending on the amount and type of foods fed to them. All of our breeders or "parents" if you will, are here on the farm and all have been raised by us - so you can come and see them all or we can send you pics of them! All of our breeders are full grown meaning they are more than 5 years old.
Our TPBPs make great pets: pot bellies are: smart, easy to train, can be kept both in and outside, do not get fleas, are hypoalergenic, clean, do not shed much if at all, they can be litter box trained (although don't use cat litter, as they tend to try and eat it, use potty pads),like a cat,and are easier than a dog to be trained to go to the door to be let out, just like any other pet, they can be taught tricks and are fun to be around and loving! They have been known to snuggle or "burrow" right up with people when together.
We have one mother pig that lived in the house with us before we put her out to breed; as a matter of fact she is the Mother of this latest litter! She was, as she got older, allowed outside most of the day to free range and eat as much as she could, most, if not all day and brought inside to play and hang out with us and then put to bed in her crate - so she ate all day on her own and we fed her in the morning and she is one of the smallest tpbgs we have! Again don't believe the hype that "these types of pigs are small because they are not fed" - not true-of ours, anyway!
Our breeders are on the larger side of the size spectrum, but still at or below the knee, as they live fully outside in the elements and are fully hormonal creating the environment for absolute full growth potential and we have 5 year olds who are a little bigger than a cinder block!
All of our piglets come with an info sheet and some feed to get you started and we are always available to answer any and all questions - we are farmers so we should know!
Thank you and we look forward to earning your business!
Shipping is available; however, it can be expensive & is an additional cost: requires you calling an airlines' cargo department for info on cost of a ticket & exact requirements (like Vet travel documents, etc) to fly a small crated live animal from any airline (typically Delta or Continental air cargo)from either Tampa or Orlando, FL Airports to your home airport (usually between $200-$400) + cost of a crate @$60, a vet visit (for travel papers) @$100 - all of these costs will be actual costs - this could save you potentially THOUSANDS of dollars over those breeders that "include" these costs in their prices!
Prices have gone CRAZY - don't be misled our pigs are exactly the same or better/maybe even smaller than ALL of those with THOUSAND DOLLAR price tags!If you'd like us to include: a crate, shipping, spay neuter, a collar, and some made up certificate of health and guaranty please just ask and we'll be more than happy to accomodate you and we'll also charge you thousands of dollars!

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