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Helen Morrison

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Pot-bellied or other miniature pet pig care, including diet, housing, training, health care. Can provide information about zoning, adoption, supplies, and organizations. Questions about any kind of pet swine are welcome!

Patricia Morrisroe

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I have bred Royal Dandie Miniature Pigs for over 20 years. I can answer any questions about care, feeding, training, personalities, differences from other Miniature pet pigs, how to litter box train, leash training, bathing, What supplements they need, how to house them.

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2017-03-24 My pig wont eat:

Hello Samantha,  It is very possible that the cat litter could cause a blockage.  I would call your Vet for advice as soon as possible.  I would also highly recommend a change of diet.  You pig may be

2017-03-18 Prednisone:

I am not a veterinarian or a pharmacist. I believe the rx version, both powder and pills, has more calcium and a stronger dosage than the otc version. Both products are made for horses, many horse meds

2017-03-16 9 Week old male pig Hammie:

I am not a veterinarian. The usual dose is 2 cc or ml per 10 lb of pig. So the first step is to weigh your pig as accurately as possible. It's difficult even for an experienced person to guess a pigs weight

2017-03-05 Mini Pot Belly Pig:

Humping everything, all the time, is perfectly normal for intact male pigs.    Bloody discharges are not. This could be a sign of urinary blockage or infection. Piggy needs to see a veterinarian, he may

2017-03-02 pain medication for pig:

I am not a veterinarian and can not prescribe medicine over the internet.    There's only a few choices when it comes to OTC pain meds. Aspirin, Tylenol (or similar) and Advil (or similar) are really the

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