Contact: Sonya | Phone: 334-524-2470 | Email: email@example.com
Chino: (Sept. 7, 2016), Bill is a one and a half year old potbellied pig whose diet consists of potbellied pig pellets supplemented with fruit and vegetables. Bill loves to play with a treat dispenser that he rolls around and likes to run occasionally. He has good manners and goes inside his house easily every night.
Contact: Rosa | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Joshua Tree:URGENT (June 1, 2016), Scruffy is a seven year old full-sized farm pig is in desperate need of a home as her guardians are not zoned for her and are being forced by authorities to get rid of her. She is sweet and enjoys a good mudhole.
Contact: Rinea | Phone: 760-553-3694 | Email: email@example.com
Los Angeles:URGENT (June 9, 2016), Two 2-year old female potbellied pigs who are each approximately 150 lbs. are in need of immediate placement. Their guardian is threatening to give them away to a restaurant owner who will have them slaughtered. A friend is looking to find them a safe, good home but does not have a lot of time.
Contact: Lauren | Phone: 786-423-0800 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Los Gatos: (March 28, 2016), I am looking for a good home for my mini pot-bellied pig, Hamlet. Due to unfortunate circumstances, I have to move on very short notice. I cannot find a place that will accommodate him. He is very people friendly, has lived outside in his pen his whole life and gets along great with dogs and cats. Hamlet is probably around 80 pounds.
Contact: Jennifer | Phone: 408-656-2290 | Email: email@example.com
Moreno Valley: (March 17, 2016), Ms. Piggy is a twenty-one month potbellied pig in need of a new home.
Contact: Regina | Phone: 909-301-1708 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Paradise: (Jan. 6, 2017), Two five month old female Old Spot/Red Wattle mix farm pigs are in need of a new home. These girls were adopted to prevent them from becoming Christmas hams. Their rescuers hoped to be able to keep them, but their neighbors are complaining that they might attract wild predators. The girls are extremely sweet and well-socialized with people.
Contact: Aileonna |Phone: 530-591-0674 |Email: email@example.com
Placerville: (Dec. 27, 2016), Chief is a large male unneutered farm pig, a Black and Tamworth cross. He has been raised as a barnyard pet since his birth. Chief is well-socialized and comes when called. Chief’s guardians are moving and cannot take him with them. They can assist with transport to a good home.
Contact: Matt | Phone: 530-317-7165 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Red Bluff: (Nov. 3, 2016), Hope is a special needs, three month old female potbellied pig who was born with an improperly formed jaw. She consequently has some special feeding requirements. She is sweet as can be!
Contact: Debra | Phone: 530-840-7359 | Email: email@example.com
San Bernardino: (June 20, 2016), Two one-year old neutered male sibling potbellied pigs are in need of a new home because their family no longer has enough time to spend with the.
Contact: Tiffany | Phone: 909-851-5321 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
San Pedro: (Jan. 13, 2017), A sweet neutered male nine month old potbellied pig named Tank is in need of a new home. Tank’s tusks have been removed. Tank” is friendly with children and very well-behaved, but his guardians are moving out of state and need to rehome him immediately.
Contact: Ivette | Phone: 310-357-0833 | Email: email@example.com
Sunland: (Dec. 13, 2016), A sweet, loving neutered male 250-lb. potbellied needs a new home because his guardian passed away. He is incredibly lonely.
Contact: Denise | Phone: 818-331-4764 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunnyvale: (Apr. 8, 2016), Four year old 14 inches tall male potbellied pig Calvin is in need of a new home. He is litter box trained and his current guardians will donate his litter box, crate, and food bowls to a new guardian.
Contact: Soma | Phone: 408-738-1995 | Email: email@example.com
Sylmar: URGENT (Sept. 9, 2016), PiggyBoy is a three year old, neutered male Yorkshire pig. He originally came from an abusive situation in which he was being raised for slaughter. He is now a happy, healthy, and very loving pig. Piggyboy enjoys having his people sing into his big beautiful ears, drinking directly from the hose, having his ears cleaned, and being brushed. Piggyboy is in urgent need of a new home as he is under threat of being confiscated by Animal Control due to a neighbor’s complaint. He is very sweet and has never shown any signs of aggression toward anyone; he just needs a chance to live out his life safely and peacefully.
Contact: Tyra | Phone: 818-428-0897 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Torrance: (March 7, 2016), Apple is a female black and white potbellied pig. She is unspayed, approximately two years old, and weighs approximately 250 lbs. She is a very sweet girl. She loves to be pet and have her belly rubbed, and she especially loves playing soccer. Apple originally belonged to her current guardian’s father who unfortunately was not able to take Apple with him when he moved. Apple’s guardian has been visited by animal control and now has one month to rehome Apple.
Contact: Linsey | Phone: 310-462-0786 | Email: email@example.com
Rayville: URGENT (Oct. 22, 2016), An intact (for now) male hog weighs who is approximately 450lbs. is in desperate need of a new home. He currently lives in a tiny trailer where he has spent his entire life. He has no protection from the elements or shade. The bottom of the trailer has rotted out so he falls though almost every time he tries to move. He has no regular food or water. We are in a poor rural area of Louisiana where there is no animal control or shelter. Our rescue, The Delta Humane Society, was called by the sheriff to help with this situation that involves dogs, cows, horses and the pig. We have help with the other animals but none, so far, for this guy. We can only help him if we get a commitment to place him. He will be neutered and fully vetted prior to placement.
Contact: Della | Phone: 661-609-7537 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Amherst: (May 30, 2016), Ham Solo was born on January 1, 2016. He is not neutered or vaccinated. He currently weighs 25 lbs. But is a growing boy. He is very playful, likes baths, and enjoys belly rubs. Unfortunately, his guardian can no longer keep him.
Contact: Mariela | Phone: 787-226-7321 | Email: email@example.com
Buffalo: (July 19, 2016), I need to re-home my almost 3 month old mini pig, as I live in the city of Buffalo and keeping her is illegal. She is registered as an emotional support animal, so I was led to believe that would make her legal to house, but it does not. she is almost three months old and already weighs approximately 25 pounds. She is really sweet and I am heartbroken that I have to give her up.
Contact: Karlyn | Phone: 607-368-0987 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fredonia: (Dec. 28, 2016), Two horses and a pig are in need of home. Charlie, the pig, is six years old, neutered, and has bad feet that need to be trimmed often. He is best friends with the black horse, who is 20 years old. The chestnut horse is 28, has wave mouth, and doesn’t like his hooves messed with. Their guardian is moving out of the country.
Contact: Nancy | Phone: 716-785-0618 | Email: email@example.com
Freeport: (Sept. 1, 2016), Penelope (Penny) is very loving, snuggly, and playful potbellied pig who is almost one year old and in need of a loving home with space to play. Unfortunately, her guardian is moving to a home where she cannot keep Penny so her guardian is looking to rehome her to a great new home.
Contact: Julia | Phone: 516-491-8129 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Plattsburgh: (Dec. 27, 2016), Betsy is a 1.5 year old female (not spayed) farm pig who weighs approximately 500 lbs. She is the type of pig who thrives with tons of attention and other animals to interact with. She was a stray but life circumstances force her guardian to look for a new forever home for this truly lovable piggy.
Contact: Tracy | Phone: 518-578-1655 | Email: email@example.com
Rocky Point: (Jan. 3, 2017), Dolores and Annie are female potbellied pigs who are approximately 1.5 years old. Their current guardian can no longer keep them and would like to place them locally unless the adopter has their own transportation. The current guardian will donate to help with expenses.
Contact: Rob | Phone: 516-680-5931 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Staten Island: (July 12, 2016), Porkchop is a two year old, neutered male potbellied pig, who is currently in need of a new forever home. He is loved by his family. They feel they are no longer able to provide the best life for Porkchop. His family needs to find him a loving new home where he gets the time and attention he deserves. Porkchop is a good pig, though lately he seems discontent. His family works a lot, and he needs more time to be spent with him. Porkchop also would do well with some more outside time to graze. Porkchop eats pig feed. His vet care is current. The main concern for Porkchop is his weight; he needs to go on a diet. His new family will need to be dedicated to helping Porkchop get into shape. Porkchop is a young pig in the prime of his life and has a lot to offer to a family who will love and care for him. If you are interested in Porkchop , please visit the following website and complete the application. www.pigplacementnetwork.org. If you would like further information, you may contact Carla. Qualified homes must 1) be in a zone friendly community, 2) locate a vet that will care for pet pigs, and 3) own their home.
Contact: Carla | Phone: 347-581-1051 | Email: email@example.com
Syracuse: (May 10, 2016), An eight year old potbellied pig named Hurley is in need of a new home. Hurley has been with his new home since he was just a few months old when he was given to the family as a gift. Hurley is well-loved and part of the family, but they worry that he is not living the life he deserves as he does not have access to an outdoor yard. Hurley spends most of his time sleeping in the family’s kitchen or on our back porch. As animal lovers, it is hard for Hurley’s family to see him live like this. They would like him to have a new home where he can enjoy the outdoors and fresh air more.
Unfortunately, as Hurley has grown bigger, it’s been harder for his family to care for him. They no longer have adequate transportation to get him to the vet so he is behind on his vaccines. Further, although his family trims his hooves and tusks the best they can, they don’t have the ability to have it done properly. He has always eaten Mazuri pig feed but every now and his family gives him some ‘table scraps’ like lettuce, strawberry tops or bread ends. He appears to be a healthy weight and has no problems with mobility.
Contact: Jason | Phone: 315-420-1274 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Warsaw: (July 31, 2016), Ganon’s current guardians purchased him in 2012 and kept him inside their apartment for a couple of years until he grew until 150 lbs. The family then moved to a house where they built him a house and enclosure outside. The family would like him to be rehomed somewhere with other pigs, as they feel he is lonely. For a variety of reasons, the family has little time to spend with him now. Ganon is a good companion; he knows how to sit for food and loves the summer time.
Contact: Ronald | Phone: 585-322-5330 | Email: email@example.com
Watkins Glen: (August 24, 2016), Kennedi is approximately five months old and a spoiled sweetheart. Although she’s slightly skittish around new people, she warms up to people pretty easily. Kennedi mainly has been an indoor pig so she’s house-trained, but she also loves being outside playing in the grass and rooting. She knows how to sit, jump, and spin for treats. Kennedi especially loves belly rubs and foot massages. She also loves to cuddle with her people on the couch and in bed. She’s a huge love bug. Unfortunately, Kennedi’s guardians are moving and cannot take her with them so she needs a new home in which she can be spoiled.
Contact: Danielle | Phone: 607-769-2290 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Providence: (Dec. 12, 2016), A potbellied pig abandoned by her guardian in Rhode Island is in need of a new home. She is two years-old, and her name is Penelope. According to her rescuers, who are having her spayed, “It looks like even prior to being abandoned she was not taken care of. Her hooves are overgrown, so she has problems with her back legs. Still she is a sweet girl who trusts humans and loves her belly rubs.”
Contact: Denise | Phone: 401-207-2967 | Email: email@example.com