Pot Belly Pigs For Sale

Potbelly pigs

So you are looking for a good pet and have heard that a pot bellied pig makes a good one. Most people, however, do not fully understand what is entailed in keeping an exotic animal as a pet. Things such as, appropriate climate, food and water regiments, housing, veterinary care, trouble the animal may cause, training methods for the animal and other various specifics.

Julianne Pot Belly Piglets

  • Price: $1.00
  • Name: Michelle Bower
  • Posted: 08/04/2023
  • Phone: 5308226930
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: California

These 3 are all boys. Almost 5 weeks. Mother didn't make milk so they've been hand fed and sleep in the house their whole life. Parents on site.

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Mini Pigs!

  • Name: Panhandle Exotics
  • Posted: 07/13/2023
  • Phone: 8505424410
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida
  • Website: www.PanhandleExotics.com
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Juliana Mini Pigs & Mini Pot Belly Pigs, in store and ready now! Step one of our adoption process, follow simple instructions. We no longer reply to emails from this website, the majority are kicked back as undeliverable. We are more than happy to...

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  • Price: $100.00
  • Name: Leeann Gonzalez
  • Posted: 06/18/2023
  • Phone: 4694979265
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Texas

Female pot belly pig. Located in Terrell, Tx. Friendly and sweet.

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Before this you should ask yourself whether or not you, and your family or partner, if you have either, think that a pot bellied pig is the right choice for you. More specifically, do you have the time and dedication to devote to the care and maintenance of a pet, or do you have a fast paced lifestyle that leaves little room for pets or anything else. It is something of importance to consider before actually purchasing a pot bellied pig, since those with very quickly paced lifestyles will often find themselves mired in a bog of overwhelming responsibility and irritation.

Pros of Owning a Pot Bellied Pig

These creatures are very smart animals, in addition, they are easily trained, often as easily as a dog. They can be trained to wear and walk on a leash, become house trained, sometime they can even be trained to do tricks. Pigs are generally quite playful and enjoy human companionship and can develop deep bonds with their respective caretakers. They also are a fairly long lived animal with the average life span of a pot bellied pig being about 12 to 15 years.

Cons of Owning a Pig

Pot Bellied Pigs are easily bored and without a fairly regular, or sometimes constant, depending on the pig you have chosen or are considering, source of stimulation may become hostile or destructive. As stated before, pot bellied pigs are very intelligent, this is a con as well as pro when combined with their near insatiable appetite. The reason for this is that they are smart enough to know where you keep your food and will do anything they can to get to it. This can include opening food cabinet doors with their snouts, rooting through the trash or garbage, or even going after children that might have food which they will not share. This leads in to another con, they can become both aggressive and territorial, seeking dominance from other animals, namely other pigs. Rooting can become another common problem; pigs use their snouts to dig around on the ground to explore but in a home the results of this exploration can be disastrous. A pig owner should be ready to clean up many messes and replace torn carpeting, ripped up garbage bags, overturned furniture and so on.

How to train a pig

Pot Bellied Pigs respond very, very well to positive reinforcement, such as giving food for proper behavior as well as petting and praise. But be advised that they respond very badly to physical reinforcement, slapping, smacking or any other form of physical reprisal for bad behavior. First the pig needs to understand that you are dominant, but not a danger. If you do not establish your dominance then the animal is very unlikely to listen to you and may behave towards you with aggression (called dominance aggression which occurs in other household animals like dogs rather frequently). You can establish your dominance by consistent rule setting; when one of these rules is broke a stern, "No," or withholding of food should be an appropriate disciplinary measure, if done regularly and early on.

Feeding and Exercise

Pigs have big appetites just like humans and are not picky when it comes to meal time. And just the same as us they can easily develop weight issues that can lead to health problems later in the pig's life. The best way to avoid these problems is by keeping your pig healthy. This can be accomplished through regular exercise, a feeding routine, limited treats and a healthy but satisfying diet. The best kind of diet is one which contains a good deal of fiber and is very low in calories. There are many types of feed, some that are made specially for your pot bellied pig and some that are just general pig feed. It would be ideal to use the higher end types of feed that are expressly designed for consumption by pot bellied pigs. Some well known and respected pig food companies include, Mazuri and Ross Mill Farms.

Pot Belly Vet Care

An appropriate veterinarian for your pot bellied pig should be chosen well in advance of any medical mishaps. Indeed, it is always wise to contact a veterinarian not long after you have acquired your chosen pig. However, you should not take your pig to the nearest veterinary clinic as soon as you get your pig because it will not be adequately trained and may become hostile or frightened. The pig should be trained to be carried in one's arms, leash trained and able to sit quietly in a carrier or cage for ease of car transport. The last thing you should do before taking your pig to a inspection is to regularly touch and rub the pig in all the areas that a vet might to check for health problems like physical abnormalities.


  • Connie on December 7
    Looking for a baby pot bellied pig in Michigan
  • Jonah on November 23
    We have 2 pot belly barrow piglets for sale. Weaned and eating pellet feed. Located in southeast South Dakota.
  • Tina Stjohn on August 27
    I'm looking to buy a female pot belly piglet around lockport Louisiana I will travel a couple hours if necessary
  • Lisa on April 3
    I’m looking for an outside female pot belly pig. A companion for my other female potbelly pig
  • Michael barrett on April 2
    Looking for a male pot bellied pig in or around walker county area
  • Mike Webb on February 6
    I’m looking for a female potbelly KCMO
  • Lavon Chapman on January 30
    Interested in baby piglets
  • Michael on November 15
    Pigs are adorable but they do grow to be huge! So make sure you have lots of space if you want a pet pig.
  • chasity bolin on November 3
    i live in greenwood sc and am looking for a pot bellied pic if you can ship to me that would be great
  • Giantalligator on September 21
    Potbelly pigs are cool to own especially when they are young and cute. But, when they get big they turn into aggressive PIGS. Ours bit my wife on the arm and that sent her to the hospital for stitches. Don't be fooled by their cuteness. They are pigs!
  • Anita whiteside on August 25
    I am retired empty nest I'm looking for a pet to give all my love to I've never had a pig.. research tells me that that myperfect pet
  • Lyndsie on June 20
    Does anyone know anybody who wants to breed their male potbelly mini pig with my female potbelly mini pig?
  • Lyndsie on June 20
    Does anyone know anybody who wants to breed a male potbelly mini pig with my female potbelly mini pig neat Kansas?
  • Jada Charles on May 23
    Does anyone have pot bellied pigs for sale in south Carolina
  • LILLIAN TATUM on March 9
    I want a baby pot belly pig there sooo cute
  • Jessica on February 21
    I am looking for a pot belly pig baby
  • Gage on December 16
    Anyone in SC or Georgia have pot belly piglets for sale?
  • Adrian on November 4
    I like taking care of pigs there's so cute and cuddly
  • Anonymous on September 24
    do you have any baby piglets for sale?
  • Marcus on September 12
    How much do you want for them
  • Haylie on September 7
    Do you still have baby pigs for sale
  • Janet mendez on July 26
    Do you still have piglets for sale?