Big Bear City: (Aug. 26, 2015), Two female potbellied pigs are in need of a new home. They are both super sweet. Kosher, the oldest, is approximately two years old and about 55 pounds. Pickles is around 8 months and 20-25 pounds.. They recently had their yearly nail trimming and health check-ups.
Contact: Robert | Phone: 909-838-7460 | Email: email@example.com
Manteca: (May 18, 2015): Snooter is a neutered male two-year-old potbellied pig who is in need of a new home. He is trained; he comes in the house and, if he needs to go outside, he walks to the door and waits for someone to let him outside to the backyard. He enjoys the backyard when the weather is nice. He hasn’t displayed any signs of aggression. His hooves need to be trimmed and he needs to be on a diet because he’s a bit chubby. He is great with other animals, such as cats and dogs.
Contact: Elucha | Phone:714-504-8690 | Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Oceanside: (Nov. 4, 2015), Her name is Ms. Piggy, although I call her just piggy and she responds to that as well. She will be roughly fifteen weeks on Thursday the 5th. I feed her twice a day , once in the morning and once at night. I feed her about half a cup of food both times. She knows what you mean when you say “Are you hungry?”, she perks up and runs to where her food is! She eats Mazuri mini pig food (Adult type now). She will remind you that she needs to be fed, if you forget she will start making grunting, throat noises and let you know she is hungry. For snacks her favorite is green apples ! She also likes grapes, animal crackers, and avocado. She doesn’t like carrots at all! She drinks lots of water on her own but if I ever notice her not drinking water I will give her some 100% fruit juice in her water, not much, just about a capful or so depending on how much water you give her. She loves dog treats as well ! (NOT THE PORK FLAVORED ONES THOUGH!!!) Ms. Piggy loves to sleep under the blankets with me at night and she just likes being under blankets in general. She loves playing on the beach in the sand and in any grassy or dirt area of course. When she gets on carpet or is outside she loves to run around and play with you. She is well trained on the leash although getting the harness on her is still hard. She scratches and rubs herself on EVERYTHING but the pig vet told me she has healthy skin so her habits are just normal not excessive. The vet also informed me that she has very healthy teeth and weight and all in all she is in good health. She had two vaccines , when I find the paper I will let you know what they are. She goes for one more at the end of the month. We sometimes give her a bath just to make her fur a bit softer, we add a small bit of baby oil to the water every time we bathe her. She gets nervous in the tub though and sometimes poops in the water. She is trained to use the pee pads in the house but she also goes potty outside if you take her. If she needs to be transported she is typically good in a car, but if she gets spooked she will poop (this goes for anywhere if she is spooked she will poop).
The reason I am looking for a new home for her is because of where I live. I do not have a yard at all, so the only freedom she gets is when we take her in the car to a dog park or to the beach. It is not fair that she stays cooped up and I believe she is becoming depressed. She needs some outdoor freedom and to be with other animals because at my house when we leave she is home alone for most of the day while I am at work. It is very hard to be parting with her and the only way I will be able to do it is knowing she will be very well taken care of and I would like to be able to check up on her as well.
Contact: Ashley | Phone: 336-521-0936 | Email: email@example.com
San Diego: Beth is looking to place her 4 year-old, neutered male pig in a loving home where he will receive plenty of attention. He is in good health and has received annual veterinarian check-ups as well as tusk and hoof trimmings.
Contact: Beth| Phone: 619-813-6173| Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Sylmar: (Jan. 15, 2016), Piggy Boy is a two and a half year old male neutered pig in need of a new home. He is an absolute sweetheart and gets along well with all living creatures. He is an estimated 900 plus pounds of regal beauty. He does not like pears and is not crazy about apples but adores corn on the cob and shortbread cookies. Piggy Boy knows how to give kisses and loves having his ears cleaned out. He also likes to have his people sprawl out on him and nap together. He is, however, a lonely guy. Piggy Boy would be much happier with pig friends his size with whom to romp and snuggle and more room to do that romping in. He was saved from an abusive backyard butcher as a piglet of almost a year old. He currently lives in a residential backyard with the constant threat of being seized by animal control. Piggy Boy is a wonderful little/big guy who deserves to live his life and be safe and as happy as possible. Please consider adopting him; his current guardians will consider providing monthly financial assistance for the duration of his life.
Contact: Tyra | Phone: 818-428-0897 | Email: email@example.com
Venice Beach: (Nov. 16, 2015), Luna is a sweet six month old, 60 lb. potbellied pig. She is a snuggler who is both very sweet and smart. Luna needs to roam free, and her guardian’s living conditions are not appropriate for this girl’s well-being.
Contact: Jennifer | Phone: 310-341-9500 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ocala: (Jan. 14, 2016), A one year old male neutered pig is in need of a new loving home. His guardians believe he’s a cross between a Hampshire and Julian. He has a very good, sweet temperament at home with his guardians. He has been raised with both cats and dogs and gets along with them well, though pigs should never be left unsupervised with dogs.
Contact: Patricia |Phone: 352-362-3557 |Email: email@example.com
Waianae: (May 4, 2015), Wilbur was found Christmas eve 2014 stranded on the side of the road when he was one week old. Wilbur was very sickly and all of 4 lbs. when he was found and rescued. His rescuers cared for him night and day and he is now completely healthy. He is now a robust neutered Yorkshire farm pig. His rescuers live in a townhouse, though, and Wilbur is outgrowing it. Although his rescuers are moving to a new home soon, it too will not be very accommodating to a full-grown farm pig. Wilbur is incredibly sweet and friendly. He loves to have his back scratched and to be anywhere his humans are. According to them, “he brings laughter and joy every day and everywhere he goes. Wilbur is the sweetest, most lovable, laid back gentle giant. Everyone loves him and he loves them, too!” He much prefers to fruit and veggies to any sweets.
Contact: Richard | Phone:808-218-4343 | Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
New Berlin: (Aug. 29, 2015), I rescued a pig from the Illinois State Fair. He is very friendly and sweet. He weighs about 300 pounds and is currently living in a horse stall at a friend’s house. He needs a home because the horses are afraid of him and my friend said he could only stay for a short time. I think he has a great disposition and is very smart. Please consider him.I would like him to have a friend and be able to be in a pasture.
Contact: Kim | Phone: 217-381-2361 | Email: email@example.com
Shorewood: (Jan. 31, 2016), Milo is a sweet house and litter trained 9 month old small potbellied white and black pig. He is 45 lbs. and neutered. Milo’s family is moving and cannot take him with them. Milo is great with kids and dogs (though pigs and dogs should never be left unsupervised).
Contact: Rachael | Phone: 312-905-5056 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Merrillville: (Nov. 18, 2015), I’m looking for a home for my young potbellied pig, Stewart. Stewart is a little over two months old and very friendly. He is also very playful and gets along well with other animals. I can no longer keep him at my residence.
Contact: Taylor | Phone: 219-232-0942 | Email: email@example.com
Derwood: (Dec. 30, 2015), Fifi and Charlotte are six month old potbellied pigs currently residing at Montgomery County Animal Services. The pigs are looking for a good home, ideally with both indoor and outdoor access or in an outdoor area with good shelter, plenty of space and lots of attention. They are currently being housed in a barn environment but with additional training could potentially also spend time indoors. Both pigs are very friendly, sweet, and smart. They get along well except for some squabbles at dinnertime. Ideally, they should remain together as they have been together since they were piglets but we would consider separating them if going to a home with another pig. Adopters must be willing and able to have them spayed by a qualified veterinarian within one month of adoption. These girls are great and can’t wait to have the enrichment and attention that a forever home can provide!
Contact: Katherine | Phone: 240-773-5640 |
Rowley:URGENT (Nov. 4, 2015), “Pig” is a 4 year old female farm pig. She is roughly 500-700lbs. She is extremely friendly and loves human interaction. She was saved from slaughter many years ago, unfortunately due to a new landlord she was evicted, her owner would love to keep her and bring her to his new home when it is finished but that will not be until mid 2016. A long term foster or permanent home is needed ASAP.
Contact: Bob | Phone: 978-314-7959 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Montana: (Nov. 19, 2014), Lucia and Bernard Lettuce Tomato are in need of a new home because their guardian is losing her land. Lucia is a 10 year-old female donkey who is very sweet and gentle. Bernard Lettuce Tomato is a neutered male potbelly pig who is also very sweet. Bernard is up-to-date on his vaccinations and de-worming. Their guardian is willing to transport them anywhere to get them to a safe home.
Contact: Megan| Phone: 406-839-4688| Email: email@example.com
Flanders: (Aug. 19, 2015), Zoe is an 80 lb. potbellied pig who is used to living the good life indoors. Her guardian is no longer able to care for her and needs to find a new home for her by winter.
Contact: Al | Phone: 973-691-6963 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Livingston Manor: (April 13, 2015): Clara is a 5 to 6 year old mostly indoor ( garage and porch) potbellied pig who also enjoys going outside. She is a larger girl at approximately 75+ lbs ( too many treats). Her vaccinations are current, and she’s healthy and friendly.
Contact: Michelle | Email:email@example.com
Mount Sinai: (Nov. 23, 2015), Louie is an eleven month old neutered male potbellied pig in need of a new home.
Contact: Allison |Phone: 631-513-3887 |Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Queensbury: (Jan. 13, 2016), The SPCA of Upstate New York has two potbellied pigs available for adoption. They were seized in December 2015 from a neglectful home. The SPCA now has custody of them and is looking to rehome them. Jasper and Emmett are both between one and two years old and bonded, so they should be adopted together.
Contact: Cathy | Phone: 518-798-5059 | Email: email@example.com
Warwick: (Feb. 4, 2016), Sally pig was confiscated from deplorable conditions by the Warwick Valley Humane Society the same day she was set to be slaughtered. Since then, Sally has been living at a staff member’s house, but the house is not set up for pigs so she keeps escaping. The shelter also isn’t set up for pigs, so the humane society is in desperate need of a new home for her.
Contact: Suzyn |Phone: 914-804-7304 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Saranac Lake: (Jan. 5, 2016), This is Kevin Bacon. He is currently a resident at an animal shelter in Saranac Lake, NY. He was found running away from a home where he was going to be raised for slaughter. The farmer relinquished him to the shelter. He’s a Duroc, Hampshire, and Berkshire cross, so he will be a large farm-sized pig when full grown. Currently, he is being housed inside in a dog run, since the facility is not set-up for farm animals. The shelter refuses to adopt him for slaughter. So far Kevin Bacon has been friendly and is being socialized but he’s getting big fast and the shelter fears their staff will not be able to handle him much longer. They are hoping to find a forever home for him before he gets much larger. Their vet is willing to neuter him.
Contact: Sara | Phone: 518-651-5757 | Email: email@example.com
Fuquay Varina: (Dec. 1, 2015), Seeing home for black pot-bellied pig. She is approximately six months old and very smart and loving. She needs a yard in which she can root and a warm place to sleep in winter.
Contact: Jamie Sue | Phone: 919-608-7323 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org