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Two bonded female pigs *Clayton, CA   

In shelter Barnyard

Pleasant Hill, CA, 94523
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Two bonded female pigs *Clayton, CA
Vietnamese Pot Bellied
They are both about 4 years old. They came to my husband from a fire where the owners lost their home and outbuildings. My husband offered temporary shelter which turned in to years. 

They are good pigs however very shy and timid. I believe with love and more socialization they would assimilate to a new home quite easily. 

My husband and I have only fed them fruit and veggies. They are healthy weight. They love to dump over their water dish ( they are pigs ? ? ) they are easy keepers. 

We’d love to help them find a new home. 

Here are a few pics - I think the black and white one is about 50 pounds. The black one 60 pounds. The black one is the alpha.

They are both girls 
No idea if fixed 
No idea of names
No idea of how they are with children 
They are together in our back yard with kids other animals. We did have chickens at one point with them - no issues 

They are shy - as I said when we go out to water / feed they stay at distance. They do not seem aggressive to us so I would assume they would warm up to people if socialized.


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