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Submitted by Comments:
Name: Emmanuel
From: Norwalk, CA
E-mail: Contact
i want a baby pig so bad!!!

Admin reply: Thanks for visiting the web site and I encourage you to visit our "adoption corner" for more information and education for possibly adopting a pig in your future.
 
Added: October 11, 2009 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
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Name: Daisy Holohan
From: Camarillo, Ca.
E-mail: Contact
Live in an area surrounded by small farms that have pigs, goats, sheep, etc. Would LOVE to breed these amazing animals (and of course a few to add to our family).
 
Added: October 9, 2009 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
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Name: Wanda
From: Port Allen, La
E-mail: Contact


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Admin reply: I am sorry to inform, but there are no such animals as "teacup" pigs. All pigs at birth are small...teacup size. However, if the true be told and it seems like you have already experienced it. Pigs do grow up to be on average 60-260 lbs when full grown and any advertisement that says otherwise are just a way of making lots of money for breeders. You can starve a any animal and keep them small for a while but you do reduce their life expectancy and create health issues. There are links on our web site that will help inform you of pigs characteristic and their normal patterns of growth and health. Thank you for visiting our web site and please continue to do more research regarding mini, miniature, teacup and all the many other stories used to market and make large sums of money of "baby" pigs.
 
Added: September 29, 2009 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
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Name: BLACK Family
From: Oceanside, CA
E-mail: Contact
Our 15+ year old pig is having neuro problems in his hindquarters ; but we get him to walk a while each day, even if we have to keep one of our legs on each side of his rear. He's been such a great companion for so many years! We've accepted that he may not be with us much longer. We'll be ready for a new piglet; I'd like to find smaller ones in southern California. We could use the name of a vet that does house calls and is affordable located in the San Diego/Orange/southern Riverside county areas. Thx,

Admin reply: 5-8-12: Sorry about the late response. We hope you were able to find a good/compassionate vet? We have a list of vets on this website. Go to http://scampp.com/Vet_Hoof.html or e-mail info@scampp.com for more info. Have you adopted another piggy yet? If not, please check out our Adoption Corner for piggies that need homws. Please let us know if you get/got another piggy. You can subscribe to our monthly newsletter as well. Would love to hear back from you.
 
Added: July 22, 2009 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
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Name: candace burton
From: las vegas
E-mail: Contact
My sister Willoe here in Las Vegas just found she will lose her house in 2 wks and was just diagnosed with lung cancer pressing on the nerves of the arm. She is panicking because she may not immediately find a place to live where she can bring her potbellied pig. Do you know of any temporary pig placement centers in Las Vegas??? Please help!!
 
Added: July 7, 2009 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
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Name: Cathy DiNardo
From: Pauma Valley, Ca.
E-mail: Contact
I am looking to adopt a pig and have found your website to be a great help...THANKS!!
 
Added: May 28, 2009 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
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Name: Leisa & Hank
From: Lake Elsinore Ca
E-mail: Contact
I've learned so much about Hank from your website! Any suggestions on how to keep him cool in our 100 degree heat? I saw a piggy pool somewhere, but I can't seem to locate it now.
 
Added: May 17, 2009 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
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Name: tyra tabor
From: reseda,ca
E-mail: Contact
I am a private rescue w/ 18 pig-kids. Your site is greatly informative. Thank you!

Admin reply: Thank you for your review of our site, it is greatly appreciated. Andrew
 
Added: May 4, 2009 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
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Name: Flutterbys and Mr. Wrinkles
From: Yorba Linda, CA
E-mail: Contact
Hi, we are looking for a vet in our area. Andrew sent us here. Thank you Andrew.

Admin reply: Hope you found the site useful and the vet list helpful in find a local vet to suite your needs.
Andrew

 
Added: April 28, 2009 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
Submitted by Comments:
Name: Nicolle
From: Berlin, Germany
E-mail: Contact
Servus from Germany,
here come some Easter Greetings from Germany. From now I plan to realize a twoweekly Scampp-Magazine on com.Eberkopf.de. if you have american Infos for me I would be very thankful.
Enjoy the beautyful weather (I hope you have one)
Greetings to all of your Piggies
Nicolle and her Moviepigs
 
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