Teacup pigs are small sized creatures filled with lots of joys and excitement for their owners. I have a four year old teacup male and it is the charm of our house. He is jolly, intelligent and quite social in nature. I was reluctant in bringing him home due to kids at home, but my conception about these animals was wrong.
I am so much in love with my pig. He is adorable and loves each one of us in his own way. He takes care of my youngest child and never gets aggressive on anyone. We’ve placed his bedding in the lobby and his play area is the backyard of our house. My family has got unexpected love from teacup buddy and he always feels like giving us more than we expect from him.
He was quite friendly with our dog, which is no more now. We are thinking of getting one more teacup pig for the company of our existing pig. He is 15 inches in height with a weight of 125 pounds. We took him neutered from the breeder and maintain his vaccination card to check his health vitals.
I take him to a small walk in the morning and give him breakfast. My wife feeds him with his lunch, which is a pre-developed food for pigs. We make sure that he doesn’t eat excess food as it can make him obese. The pet is matured enough to maintain hygiene and never creates mess in the house. I think this is the best aspect about keeping a teacup piggy at home. We keep his dinner light by giving him seasonal fruits and vegetables having minimum amount of sugar. Our experience with teacup pig has been great and we recommend this pet to the people who are looking for socially intelligent creatures.