Welcome to the home of our Lovable and Adorable Teacup Mini Pigs! We have two Micro mix litters coming soon! They will be in the $1500 range, now taking deposits of $250. Mommas are Mabel-Lean and MoHOGany, which are pigtured under pig parents on our website! Please call for more information, 714-985-9954 if you think that a Micro piglet would be perfect for you and your lifestyle. http://www.honeyishrunkthepigs.com
We believe in Quality vs. Quantity and complete health for our pigs. We handhold and train every piglet from the time they are born until the day they join your family. We believe we are responsible for the beginning stages of socializing your mini pig. We do not underfeed our pigs or promise unreasonably small sizes on our piglets. Our piglets go to only the very best homes and we donate a portion of every piggy sold to a reputable Pig Sanctuary in support of abandoned pigs, as potbellied pigs are the #1 discarded animal. Please look around the site at Pictures, Videos, our forum of questions and answers, Frequently Asked Questions and then contact us for more information and specific detailed questions. You are also able to visit our forum and blog for more information. We specialize in Vietnamese Miniature Teacup Potbelly Pigs, Teacup Potbelly pigs and Micro pigs. These piggies really do make the most uniquely amazing pets ever! Our wish is that other families can share in the joy our piggies have brought our family!
“Before bringing a piglet into your home, it’s important that you get to know them, do your homework first to make sure that you really understand what living with one is all about. We think we understand pigs, but do we really. To say that they are smart, have individual personalities, feelings and needs all their own would be an understatement.
Read on to begin to get a true understanding of what these wonderful piggies are all about, and don’t hesitate to give “Honey, I Shrunk the Pigs” a call for more in-depth information. They are happy to help you, whether you are considering adopting a piglet from them or have questions about one that you have already adopted. ”Honey, I Shrunk the Pigs” is devoted to the happiness and health of all pet pigs out there… that is their bottom line, and I am happy to endorse them.” Kat, Critter Nook, LLC
Equine Sarcoids are common skin tumors in horses which are usually benign. Sarcoids normally occur under the back legs along the ventral mid-line to the chest and head, and take various forms from ulcerated weeping lesions to slightly crusting dark patches. Very rarely do Sarcoids represent a serious health problem, but they are at the very least unsightly and can cause some discomfort in horses. Current treatment of Sarcoids is varied, and includes surgical removal, radiation treatment and treatment with liquid nitrogen.
Welcome to the home of our Loveable and Adorable Teacup Mini Pigs! We believe in Quality vs. Quantity and complete health for our pigs. We handhold and train every piglet from the time they are born until the day they join your family. We do not underfeed our pigs or promise unreasonably small sizes on our piglets. Our piglets go to only the very best homes and we donate a portion of every piggy sold to a reputable Pig Sanctuary in support of abandoned pigs, as potbellied pigs are the #1 discarded animal. Please look around the site at Pictures, Videos, our forum of questions and answers, Frequently Asked Questions, or contact us for more information and specific detailed questions. You are also able to visit our forum and blog for more information. Below is some basic information on the different breeds and sizes of miniature pigs. We specialize in Vietnamese Miniature Teacup Potbelly Pigs and Teacup Potbelly pigs. These piggies really do make the most uniquely amazing pets ever! Our wish is that other families can share in the joy our piggies have brought our family!
Mini Pig Q & A………Is This a Pet That’s Right For You?
What are Miniature Pigs temperament, do they make great pets? Mini pigs have become a favorite pet around the world and are new to the US market first in the 80′s from Europe, and have increasingly became more popular in the last decade. Just like any other pet, each piglet has their own unique personality. They are incredibly intelligent, many resources credit mini pigs to be smarter then most dogs. They are very easy to litter train, leash train, learn commands like “No”, teach tricks, and most love to cuddle and kiss. They are extremely friendly with the whole family, although typically have a favorite person in the home that they bond with. They make very funny grunting, barking, and squealing noises and love to root, play, and graze in the grass. They can be compared to owning a mixture of a dog and/or cat. Most piglets choose one person that they are best friends with, and animals as well. They are the funniest pets I have ever owned.
Learn how to determine the Body Condition Score for your horse. Body Condition Scoring runs on a scale of 1 to 9, with 1 being extremely emaciated and 9 being extremely obese. Ideal Body Condition for most horses is a 5 or 6. Also watch our videos on Estimating Weight of a Horse and Determining How Much Hay and Grain to Feed. Visithttp://www.nutrenaworld.com/nutrena/knowledge-center/horse/horse-nutrition-to… to download a printable form to track your horses weight and body condition.
Years ago, I had thought horses only had two expressions because of their mostly fixed facial bones: neutral and angry. However, Lukas has shown me that he is capable of many more “looks”. By directing an eye here, an ear there or a nostril twitch to create a multitude of combinations, he is clearly expressing different meanings. Sometimes he looks like an innocent child, eyes filled with wonder and glee. At other times, he resembles a wise old traveler, knowing and serene. His expressions also include mischief, intelligence, trust, love, concern, gentleness and jealousy. By paying attention to his facial and body language, I began to recognize what Lukas was thinking and feeling.
You’ve been taking riding lessons at a riding school for some time, and have decided that you’d really like to take the equestrian sport a bit further and would like to have a horse of your own! Something you can ride whenever you want to, take to shows without asking permission, buy the tack, rugs and grooming kit that you want to use and spoil your horse as you see fit! In your mind you can see you and your horse riding off into the sunset and having a glorious future together.
The worldwide downturn has hit lots of individuals hard; everyday shopping lists are streamlined to the basics, such as rice and beans, and sizable purchases are being held back by absence of funds and credit. For horse owners, the limited budget pressures can be tremendously complicated. These sizable pets need to be fed a quality feed or their wellness can easily be altered substantially. In fact, cutting costs on feed can increase veterinarian visits since the equine may not react well to a change in diet. Just how does a horse owner survive these challenging, economic times? A couple key adjustments can make a large difference.
People don’t usually raise sheep for pets and to some the idea is kind of “out there.” However, if you are one of those unconventional pet owners or collectors, or you have a thing for farm animal pets, or you simply want something wooly and says “baaaa,” then we can’t blame you-love for pets should be universal, what ever kind they may be.
Sheep are generally good natured animals and can be good pets for children and the disabled. Raising sheep as pets teaches responsibility and to some may also be a good companions for the lonely.