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  • "Thank you so much for Oliver. The last three days with him have been a joy for our family. He is such a sweet piglet and it is very evident how much he was loved and cared for b..."
    Moreau Family
  • "We are so in LOVE with our little piglet, he was a little older when we got him (4 months) and we weren't sure how easy it would be to train him. All worries aside he has been a..."
    Jason, Endya, Trent, Layton & Desi Owen
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  • "As I type this my little Seymour is sound asleep on my lap, snoring away!! He is the funniest lil guy. He jumps around, rolls over, he does tricks. He is smart and very lovin..."
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Micro? Teacup? Miniature? Whats the difference?

There are several different names floating around for these piggies; Pixies, Wees, Pocket Pigs, Dandies... No matter what a particular breeder decides to call their piggies, you need to know what size class they are in.

We specialize in the micro & teacup size classes & this is how we scale our piggies:

(These are sizes and not considered breeds) For more information on our most popular breeds, check out "Juliana vs Mini Pig". 

Micros are the smallest you can get. They range in size from 11" - 15" tall at the shoulder. (Super micros will be on the smaller end of this scale. Usually always under 13" tall at the shoulder). This size can be compared to a small beagle or english bulldog.

Tea cups are the next size up and range in weight from 55-100lbs as an 18 month old adult and are 16-18" at the shoulder.

Miniatures are between 100-175lbs as an 18 month old adult and are 16-18" tall at the shoulder.  The pot bellied pig, also known as the Vietnamese Pot Belly is normally this size.  


There are several different breeds of miniature pigs available. Some breeders are crossing the breeds & forming their own breed of pig. Ask what percentage their piglets are and of what breed... They should know... After all, they are the ones breeding them :). 

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