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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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I am the only breeder in the world. I created this breed of miniature pig over the last 21 years. I have been answering questions everyday for 21 years.


Founded the Crabbet Arabian Assoc of Oregon, Had my USDA license, Experience with feeding formulas, product development, 21 years of studies in pig genetics.

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2016-10-27 pot bellied pig food:

Hello,  Pot bellied pigs should not be allowed to graze on grass.  Protein levels are much too high for them and can harm their liver as well as cause unwanted weight gain.  Alfalfa hay is too high in

2016-10-22 Sqeeling piggy:

As I said..... each piglet has individual needs.  I never feed Mazuri.  There are other feeds that I would recommend.   As these little pigs are often indoors more they don't always get all the vits/mins

2016-10-21 Sqeeling piggy:

Hello,  Each piglet is an individual and each has unique nutritional needs.  To give you feeding instructions for your piglet I would need to know how much he weighs, what condition he is in (body condition)

2016-08-27 Pig sick after being spayed:

Hello,  Anesthetic can be very hard on them.  As it slows down their digestive system they should only eat very small amounts of their feed the day after surgery with lots of water.  I will often put vegetable

2016-08-01 Sores on scrotum:

Hi Cathy,  As the scabs form they will probably itch and that's is why he is kicking at them.  keep lots of moisturizer on him....something natural like Emu oil.  I would also follow up with a second dose


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