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In shelter Barnyard

Jacksonville, FL, 32218
Pet name:
Pot Bellied
These two piggy’s are a bonded pair and will need to be adopted together. But don’t let that be a hurdle. Pigs are very social and they love to live with other pigs, so ideally you want two pigs, and what better way than two that already love each other. BLAKE and BLARNEY were stray pigs from Clay County Florida and joined the sanctuary in March of 2021. BLAKE is super sweet and loves to get belly rubs, he will sit in the grass right next to you and crave the attention you wish to shower upon him. BLARNEY is more reserved and will allow you to touch him, but isn’t as fond of the belly rubs. They both know their names and will come when called. They are learning to sit and have the potential to really blossom with one-on-one attention with their new family. They both free range all day with other potbelly type pigs, a large Yorkshire pig, horses, and dogs. They would do great on a hobby farm with other farm animals for friends. If you would like to meet BLAKE and BLARNEY and talk more about adding them to your farm family please send us a message.

They will need a slow introduction and time to acclimate to new piggy friends.

Age: @2-3 years of age
Sex: Both are Neutered Males and up to date on vaccines


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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