Our Tiny pigs have been featured on Betty White's Smartest Animals in American, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Disney Channel, Last Man Standing with Tim Allen, Hot in Cleveland, E! News, AM Arizona, Nat Geo, Home Depot Commercial and have also appeared in a photo shoot for Madonna's "Material Girl" line and have been featured in Darling Magazine.
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We are located in the beautiful mountains of Lakeview, California. We have a hobby farm where we raise teacup pigs, micro mini pigs and Juliana hybrids. We believe we have the tiniest pigs in the world! We are devoted to raising the smallest and most affectionate teacup pigs, micro mini pigs, and Juliana pigs. Our pigs are raised in a loving environment. The teacup pigs, micro mini pigs and Juliana pigs are all equally intelligent, curious, humorous, affectionate and clean animals. These little pigs are suitable for indoor living if properly trained, that's why we socialize and litter box train all of our piglets before they go to their new homes.. Teacup pigs, micro mini pigs, and Juliana pigs do great with other pets including cats and most dogs. Our tiny piglets have been raised around kids, dogs, cats and a variety of other pets.
We have been raising pigs for over 20 years. Breeding pigs is an art form when done properly. There are unlimited genetic combinations. We are always working towards the betterment of the breed through selective breeding practices to determine the preferred genetics based on size, confirmation, temperament and health.
Pet pigs are known by many different names. Much of the confusion about the pigs size comes from not understanding the terminology.
The smallest of the miniature breeds are the micro mini pigs, followed by the teacup pigs and the Juliana pigs. The miniature potbelly pigs or the mini potbelly are the largest of the mini breeds. They are also known as "mini pigs or miniature pigs" Many people purchase the "mini pigs" or "miniature pigs" thinking that they are purchasing a micro mini or teacup pig either because they don't understand the terminology or the breeder has tried to deceive them.
The micro mini pigs typically sell for $2,000 to $2,500 each. The teacup pigs range in price from $1,000 to $1,500 each. If you see them being sold for significantly less or the breeder tries to talk you into taking a piglet home that is not weaned, beware! Potbelly piglets are 5 to 10 pounds at birth, this is why they will try to get you to take a two day old piglet home to bottle feed. Please never take a piglet home before he/she has been properly weaned from mom.
Potbelly pigs also make good pets if you don't mind the larger size. Potbelly pigs typically sell for $300.00 to $500.00 each.
These miniature breeds of pigs go by many different names. You may hear terms such as; nano pigs, pocket pigs, toy pigs, and dwarf pigs. These are just names made up by the breeder. Discuss these terms with the breeder to determine what size your pig will be when full grown.