Mini Pocket Pig Info

Are you still not quite sure that a Mini Pocket Pig is right for you? Learn more about these beautiful, intelligent animals and start your love affair today!

If you’re looking for a new household pet, you’ve probably already weighed the pros and cons of owning a cat or a dog, but we’re here to tell you that there is a third option that can fill your heart and home with joy. Let a Mini Pocket Pig into your life and watch as it becomes a part of your family.


You’ve probably heard a lot about Mini Pocket Pigs by now, but what is it that really makes our babies shine? Here are just a few reasons we take pride in the pigs we breed.

  • Friendly Temperament
  • Litter Box Trained
  • Hypoallergenic

  • Super Smart
  • Playful and Fun
  • They’re just GORGEOUS

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Mini Pocket Pig Nutrivittles Today!

Mini Pocket Pigs’ Nutrivittles offer all of the nutrients that your Micro Juliana Pig might need. Go ahead and give it a try by ordering a 3-month supply.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, if you are willing to put time, learning, and training into them. Pigs are very unique and an exotic pet, nothing like a dog or cat. Learning how to understand their behavior and body language is very important. Learning proper training techniques are very important to a successful and happy pig, but anyone can do it and the reward is so great!

Yes, they come using the litter box. It is very important to keep them on track and not let them have too much freedom until you know they will go back to their litter box, though.

I recommend when out for play time to put them back in their pen to use the litter box after being out for play time every so often. Babies do get distracted and need reminders.

It all depends on the genetic size of the parents and the diet. The expected adult size of a piglet is in the range of the parent’s size. When you are looking at a baby, the size of the parents is a helpful average of size your baby will be. Additionally, if you overfeed your pig, they will be much larger than the parents. Weight is very deceiving in pigs, so we go off of measurements like heights to help you get a proper idea of size.

Yes, I have several piggy parents and family members that have extreme allergies and are ok with pigs. However, there is always the exception, so I do recommend you have an allergy test done before you get a pig for a pet if possible.

No, neutered males and especially females do not have the hormone to grow tusks. They do have eye teeth or needle teeth. However, males that have not been neutered will grow tusks. Potbellied pigs or pigs that have potbelly in their lines will get tusks and very long needle teeth.

On average, 15 years. Some have been told to live up to 20 years, but I have not experienced that yet.

Yes, we guarantee all of our piglets to be healthy upon delivery. We recommend you take your pig to your new vet for a health check and to get to know the new vet within 48 hours of receiving your baby.

Yes, we HIGHLY encourage spaying and neutering. An intact pig will NOT make a good house pet. Their hormones will rule their behavior.

No, vets do not recommend using them. For one: they have a lot of sugar in them and they do not provide the appropriate vitamins that a pig needs. We recommend the use of Nu Vet Labs for canines, as it is now approved for pigs.