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In shelter Barnyard

Union, MO, 63084
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Warren was surrendered because his previous owners could not longer provide for him. He is almost full grown and on the smaller side for miniature pigs. Warren is a very sweet young pig. He is a white pig and therefore will need sunscreen when enjoying the great outdoors. Like most pigs he really does enjoy his time outside, rooting in the dirt and laying in his kiddie pool. Warren is friendly and will immediately come up to meet visitors. He was litterbox trained in his previous home. He is also crate trained, knows how to sit and spin, and was living indoors before coming to Longmeadow. He is not yet trained to walk on a harness but would be easy to train. Before adopting a pig please look into your local laws and ordinances. Some neighborhoods, towns, and counties have law prohibiting mini pig ownership. Warren will require a fenced in yard. He will also need routine vet care, annual vaccinations, regular hoof trims and deworming. Adoption fee: $90 Warren is currently being fostered at Purina Farms!

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